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Revision as of 20:15, 28 August 2017

The HCIL has an open, semi-organized weekly "brown bag lunch (BBL)" every Thursdays from 12:30-1:30pm in HCIL (2105 Hornbake, South Wing). The topics range from someone's work, current interests in the HCIL, software demos/reviews, study design, proposed research topics, introductions to new people, etc. The BBL is the one hour a week where we all come together--thus, it’s a unique time for HCIL members with unique opportunities to help build collaborations, increase awareness of each other’s activities, and generally just have a bit of fun together. There is no RSVP; simply show up!

If you would like to give or suggest a talk, presentation, workshop, etc., send an email to BBL student co-coordinators Deokgun Park (intuinno@umd.edu) or Rebecca Stone (rstone1@umd.edu). In the email, briefly describe the topic and preferred dates.

To be notified about upcoming events, please subscribe one of these mailing lists.

We thank YAHOO for its past sponsorship of the HCIL Brown Bag Lunches Yahoo.jpg.

Fall 2017 Schedule

Date Leader Topic
08/31/2017

Kickoff to a new Semester!

Come network, make introductions, and share what each of us is working on

Please come to our first BBL of the Fall 2017 semester to introduce yourself and share what you're working on in the coming semester. The first BBL will be for us to network with each other and kickoff a great new semester.

09/07/2017

David Weintrop

TBD

TBD

09/14/2017

Stacy Branham,
University of Maryland Baltimore-County

TBD

Abstract: TBD

Bio: TBD

09/21/2017

TBD

TBD

TBD

09/28/2017

Mark Fuge,
University of Maryland, College Park

Designing with Data: How machine learning is morphing human, product, and system design

Abstract: TBD

Bio: Mark Fuge is an Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Maryland, College Park. His research lies at the intersection of Mechanical Engineering, Machine Learning, and Design; an area often referred to as "Design Informatics" or "Data-Driven Design." He received his Ph.D. at the University of California at Berkeley, and received his M.S. and B.S. at Carnegie Mellon University. He has conducted research in applied machine learning, optimization, network analysis, additive manufacturing, human-computer interfaces, crowdsourcing, and creativity support tools. He has received a DARPA Young Faculty Award and a National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship. You can learn more about his research at his lab’s website: https://ideal.umd.edu

10/05/2017

TBD

TBD

TBD

10/12/2017

TBD

TBD

TBD

10/19/2017

TBD

TBD

TBD

10/26/2017

Janet Walkoe,
University of Maryland, College Park

Technologically Mediated Teacher Noticing

Abstract: We introduce technology-mediated teacher noticing (TMTN): a vision for the design and use of technology-mediated tools that takes seriously the need for teachers to attend to, interpret, and respond to their students’ thinking. This vision is situated at the intersection of research on teacher noticing, and on technology to support student thinking. We synthesize that work to highlight specific ways that technology-mediated classroom tools can focus and stabilize teachers’ attention on valuable aspects of student thinking emphasized by current reform efforts. We then illustrate TMTN with classroom examples in which technology supported or obstructed teachers' attention to student thinking, and consider implications for research on technology in teacher practice, professional development, and the design of technological tools for K-12 classrooms.
Bio: TBA

11/02/2017

TBD

TBD

TBD

11/09/2017

Karen Holtzblatt and Chris Robeck
University of Maryland, College Park

TBD

TBD

11/16/2017

TBD

TBD

TBD

11/23/2017 No Brown Bag, Thanksgiving recess
11/30/2017

Georgia Bullen

TBD

TBD

12/07/2017

Pamela Wisniewski
University of Central Florida

TBD

TBD

Past Brown Bags

View the Past Brown Bag Lunch Schedules to learn more about prior talks.