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Student Research Opportunities

Diverse Learning Technologies: Students with Disabilities

Former Landmark College student Ajani Thomas created this video about the innovative ways that Landmark College teaches students who learn differently.


Undergraduate Research Assistants

LCIRT works with several undergraduate Landmark College Research Assistants (RAs) during each academic year. These students receive training, mentorship, a stipend, and travel funds for their research work at the college. In 2015-16, the RAs worked on the following projects:

Social Presence Online: This project is focused on improving online education for students who learn differently and is funded by the National Science Foundation. Research activities include coding video data, interpreting results, data entry, and meeting regularly with the research team.

EVO Project: This project is focused on exploring the use of a tablet game in improving the cognitive performance of students who learn differently. Research activities include recruiting participants, using an eye tracker, data entry, and meeting regularly with the research team.

RAs have the opportunity to be be part of the research team’s dissemination efforts through journals and conferences and are mentored in their own research work.

Questions?

For initial inquiries about graduate or undergraduate opportunities, please contact Rick Bryck, Senior Academic Researcher, at rickbryck@landmark.edu.

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