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Synchronous Classroom Interaction: Using technology to take advantage of being face-to-face. Ben Bederson , Anne Rose Human-Computer Interaction Lab University of Maryland – College Park @ bederson , @ annetrose. Student engagement is important but HARD.

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synchronous classroom interaction using technology to take advantage of being face to face

Synchronous Classroom Interaction:Using technology to take advantage of being face-to-face

Ben Bederson, Anne Rose

Human-Computer Interaction Lab

University of Maryland – College Park

@bederson, @annetrose

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Interactive Classroom Response Systems

Do you do HCI research?

A. Yes

B. No

C. Kind of

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Green t-shirts

Awesome colleagues

History – we’ve been here for 31 years!

International Children’s Digital Library 

Kids team

Computer scientists’ minds

Innovation

Intellectual stimulation

Colleagues

Noobie

Dogs come to visit

Interdisciplinary research

Cool hackerspace demos!

Kitchen Chemistry

Brown bags

Research techniques, like bags of stuff

Lots of chocolate

Our annual symposium

Working with people from all over campus

Hockey jerseys!

CHI papers clinic

NetCHI Lab – studying people and networks

Eating lunch together

Award-winning research

StoryKit

Working on real-world problems

Inclusive Design Lab

3D-printer – cool!

The HCIL running club

Travel awards for students

The people

Timeline on the lab wall

Great alumni

Interesting seminar series

Diverse talents and expertise

HCIM students

What do you like about HCIL?

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3D-printer – cool!

Dogs come to visit

Eating lunch together

Hockey jerseys!

Timeline on the lab wall

Award-winning research

Lots of chocolate

Green t-shirts

Cool hackerspace demos!

The HCIL running club

NetCHI Lab

PEOPLE

Research techniques, like bags of stuff

Innovation

Colleagues

RESEARCH

International Children’s Digital Library

Great alumni

Diverse talents and expertise

StoryKit

Inclusive Design Lab

The people

Interdisciplinary research

Awesome colleagues

Kitchen Chemistry

Working on real-world problems

Working with people from all over campus

FUN STUFF

Kids team

HCIM students

Challenge

Meaningfully categorize responses quickly

crowdsource categorization
Crowdsource Categorization

Cascade, Chilton et al., 2013

how it works
How It Works

Submit Responses

Submit Responses

Submit Responses

Submit Responses

Submit Responses

how it works1
How It Works

Submit Responses

Submit Responses

Categorize

Responses

Categorize

Responses

Categorize

Responses

Suggest Categories

Suggest Categories

Best Categories

how it works2
How It Works

Categorize

Responses

Categorize

Responses

Categorize

Responses

Categorize

Responses

Categorize

Responses

Best Categories

Best Categories

Match Categories

Match Categories

Match Categories

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What holds you back from being more innovative in your teaching?SLLC Showcase on Innovative Teaching
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What is one impact from having your phone know your location in a precise way?American Studies undergraduate course
creating categories can be hard
Creating categories can be hard

What single characteristic defines us as human?

The ability to ask this question

Let me think ...

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Where should travel awards go?

Subcategory for research with Kids

Users want to further refine results

want to try q a in your class
Want to try Q&A in your class?

Go to

qa-umd.appspot.com

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Learn more @ www.cs.umd.edu/hcil/qaor, email [email protected]

This work was funded in part by the National Science Foundation, Google, and Huawei.

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