I've compiled a list of some of the most esteemed experts in the field
of computer-assisted learning in the classroom.
The list, below, includes links to web pages that can provide contact
information as well as descriptions of the researcher and the programs
with which they are affiliated.
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Dr. Robert H. Seidman
Professor - Information Technology Department
Southern New Hampshire Univeristy
Dr. Karen Swan
Kent State University
...Karen Swan is the RCET Research Professor in the Research Center
for Educational Technology at Kent State University.
Mark R. Lepper
...Microcomputers in education: Design and evaluation of intrinsically
motivating instructional activities for children; effects of early
exposure to computers on children's learning and motivation.
Dept of Technology & Society
SUNY Stony Brook
...Science education; educational technology; curriculum development.
Richard E. Mayer
University of California, Santa Barbara
...His current research involves the intersection of cognition,
instruction, and technology with a special focus on multimedia
learning and problem solving.
Isa Kaftal Zimmerman
Director of Technology in Education Division
Thomas J. Shuell
Counseling, School and Educational Psychology
...Learning and cognition, teaching methods and theories, and
instructional technology and its applications in schools and
Center for Highly Interactive Classrooms
University of Michigan
Any of the faculty on this list, but particularly:
Elliot Soloway, Learning Technologies
Again, if there's anything else you need, just let me know.
search strategy -- Searched Google and Google Scholar for [ Seymour
Papert and Andrea diSessa ]