The B.S. degree in Informatics is administered by a faculty committee with a rotating membership.
- Personalized learning, social media, learner analytics, mobile learning, cognitive science, usability testing, human-computer interaction
- Data mining, web and text mining, data cleaning and information extraction, workflows and semantic web services, database systems
- Adaptive technology, personalized learning, interactive educational systems
- Game design, game development, digital fabrication, AI in design, virtual reality, building information modeling, procedural modeling, computer graphics, PRISM Lab at ASU
- Learning theory, instructional design, educational technology, game-based learning environments, simulations, multimedia, collaborative learning
- Undergraduate program lead, Informatics Applications of AI to education (Intelligent Tutoring Systems; teachable agents; tutorial NL dialogue systems); human learning (student modeling; cognitive modeling); cognitive science
- Intelligent tutoring systems, computer-supported collaborative learning, online learning communities, tangible embodied environments, human-computer interaction