Office: FIT 436
Our primary research and development focus are complex learning environments. Specifically,
we are interested in how computer technology can improve learning. Our activities
range from basic research (cognitive psychology of learning and memory) to software
development (Intelligent Tutoring Systems).
The ADL-CITSRD facilitates the research required to address the training challenges
faced by the military, government, academia, and the workforce both now and in the
future. The best way to meet these challenges is through the applied use to of learning
technologies (e.g., natural dialogue systems, intelligent tutoring systems). To this
end, ADL-CITSRD researchers have extensive experience in research, development, and
evaluation of advanced learning environments. Further, ADL-CITSRD seeks to establish
an inclusive and dynamic research environment by welcoming outside researchers and
policy makers with similar goals to help us accomplish our mission.