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Inclusive Computing

Technology is increasingly used by everyone on the planet. Yet it is often designed for only a fraction of the global population. If designed improperly, many will be left behind. Through this focus area, Center researchers pioneer the science of inclusive computing, which aims to explore ways in which every individual can access technology in work, school, and play. The Center builds on faculty expertise in civic society, older adults, children, and under-represented and marginalized communities.

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Recent Papers

O’Rourke, E., Butler, E., Tolentino, A. D., & Popović, Z. (2019, June). Automatic generation of problems and explanations for an intelligent algebra tutor. In International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (pp. 383-395). Springer, Cham.

Birnholtz, J., Rawat, S., Vashista, R., Baruah, D., Dange, A., & Boyer, A. M. (2020). Layers of Marginality: An Exploration of Visibility, Impressions, and Cultural Context on Geospatial Apps for Men Who Have Sex With Men in Mumbai, India. Social Media+ Society, 6(2), 2056305120913995.

Horn, M. S., Banerjee, A., Bar-El, D., & Wallace, I. H. (2020, June). Engaging families around museum exhibits: comparing tangible and multi-touch interfaces. In Proceedings of the Interaction Design and Children Conference (pp. 556-566).

Kia, F. S., Teasley, S. D., Hatala, M., Karabenick, S. A., & Kay, M. (2020, March). How patterns of students dashboard use are related to their achievement and self-regulatory engagement. In Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Learning Analytics & Knowledge (pp. 340-349).

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