Recent News

We are excited to announce that our research video BodyVis: Advancing New Science Learning and Inquiry Experiences received special recognition as Facilitator’s Choice in 2016 NSF Video Showcase : Advancing Stem for All. The event was held online May 17-23, 2016 to showcase cutting-edge NSF work related to improving teaching and learning. Over 23,500 visitors from 144 countries participated in this event to discuss their work, offer ideas to others, and disseminate innovative ideas

Publications

Scaffolding Authentic Wearable-­Based Scientific Inquiry for Early Elementary Learners

Virginia Byrne, Seokbin Kang, Leyla Norooz, Rafael Antonio Velez, Monica Katzen, Afe Addeh, Jon E. Froehlich, Tamara L. Clegg

Proceedings of ICLS2018

Physiological Investigations with Live Physiological Sensing and Visualization Tools

Tamara L. Clegg, Virginia Byrne, Leyla Norooz, Seokbin Kang, Jon E. Froehlich

Extended Abstract Symposium Proceedings of ICLS2018

Prototyping and Simulating Complex Systems with Paper Craft and Augmented Reality: An Initial Investigation

Seokbin Kang, Leyla Norooz, Virginia Byrne, Tamara L. Clegg, Jon E. Froehlich

Extended Abstract Proceedings of TEI2018

Live Physiological Sensing and Visualization Ecosystems: An Activity Theory Analysis

Tamara L. Clegg, Leyla Norooz, Seokbin Kang, Virginia Byrne, Monica Katzen, Angelisa Plane, Vanessa Oguamanam, Thomas Outing, Elizabeth Bonsignore, Jason Yip, Jon E. Froehlich

Proceedings of CHI2017 | Acceptance Rate: 25.0% (606 / 2424)

“That's Your Heart!”: Live Physiological Sensing & Visualization Tools for Life-Relevant & Collaborative STEM Learning

Leyla Norooz, Tamara L. Clegg, Seokbin Kang, Angelisa Plane, Vanessa Oguamanam, Jon E. Froehlich

Proceedings of ICLS 2016

SharedPhys: Live Physiological Sensing, Whole-Body Interaction, and Large-Screen Visualizations to Support Shared Inquiry Experiences

Seokbin Kang, Leyla Norooz, Vanessa Oguamanam, Angelisa Plane, Tamara L. Clegg, Jon E. Froehlich

Proceedings of IDC 2016

"I Like This Shirt": Exploring the Translation of Social Mechanisms in the Virtual World into Physical Experiences

Ladan Najafizadeh, Seokbin Kang, Jon E. Froehlich

CHI '15 Extended Abstracts