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MIT LINC 2019 Conference CFP deadline extended, Paper Review Committee announced

 

LINC CFP deadline extended to February 15, 2019 

Scrambling to submit your extended abstract for the MIT LINC 2019 Conference? The MIT LINC 2019 Conference Committee has announced a submission extension. We will now accept submissions until February 15, 2019. For information on how to submit your work, view the CFP.

 

LINC 2019 Conference Paper Review Committee

Curious about who's reviewing your submissions? We've also announced our Paper Review Committee. A few are highlighted below. For the full list of reviewers, visit our committee page.

 

" "Dr. Claudia Urrea (Paper Review Committee Chair) - Associate Director for pK-12 at J-WEL

Claudia was born in Colombia, where she received an undergraduate degree in Computer Science from EAFIT University. In 1994, she joined MIT as a visiting research engineer at the Center for Educational Computing Initiatives and later as one of the last doctoral students of Seymour Papert. Claudia received her master’s degree in Educational Media and Technology from Boston University and her doctorate degree from the MIT Media Laboratory. Her Ph.D. thesis studied the implications of one-to-one learning in a rural setting in Costa Rica.

 

" "Dr. Aikaterini (Katerina) Bagiati - Research Scientist, MIT Open Learning

Katerina was born and raised in Thessaloniki, Greece. After graduating with a Diploma in Electrical and Computers Engineering and a Masters degree in Advanced Digital Communication Systems from Aristotle University in Thessaloniki, Greece, she first worked as a software engineer, and later on as a CS and Technology Teacher in middle and high-school classes, while in parallel participated numerous K-12 STEM summer camps. In 2008 Katerina was one of the first graduate students to join the pioneer School of Engineering Education at Purdue University. In 2011 she acquired her Doctorate in Engineering Education, followed by a post-doctoral associate appointment within the MIT-SUTD Collaboration at MIT. 

 

" "Jeff Dieffenbach - Associate Director, MIT Integrated Learning Initiative (MITili)

Jeff is the Associate Director of the MIT Integrated Learning Initiative, which funds, connects, and disseminates transformational MIT research investigating learning effectiveness across pK-12, higher education, and workplace learning.

Previously, Jeff has served in senior product management, business development, sales, and marketing roles across a range of education companies: online teacher professional development provider Medallion Learning; education consulting firm Consulting Services for Education; workplace learning/software company Global Project Design: large publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; mid-sized publisher Cambium Learning, and reading software publisher Lexia Learning. Jeff has master's degrees in Technology and Policy and in materials engineering from MIT.

 

" "Dr. Jessica Sandland - MITx Digital Learning Scientist | Materials Science and Engineering

Jessica Sandland is a Lecturer in the Department of Material Science and Engineering and an MITx Digital Learning Scientist. Jessica leads online learning initiatives in DMSE, creating MOOCs and designing blended courses for MIT students.  She has coordinated the development of a wide variety of DMSE’s online courses, including 3.086x: Innovation and Commercialization3.032x: Mechanical Behavior of Materials3.072x: Symmetry, Structure, and Tensor Properties of Materials3.15x: Electrical, Optical and Magnetic Materials and Devices, and 3.054x: Cellular Solids.