Veronica Lin

Position:
PhD Student
Description:

I am interested in how tangible technologies can help children learn, particularly in the STEM and literacy spaces. In addition to investigating the affordances of digital, tangible, and hybrid learning tools in different learning environments, I am excited to create immersive experiences for young learners. I am also interested in technologies for the developing world, and how we can design, develop, and deploy low-cost educational technologies that are accessible and equitable. Before coming to Stanford, I studied Computer Science and Economics at Wellesley College, where I conducted research in the Human-Computer Interaction Lab on tangible technology toys for computational thinking and multi-touch surfaces for collaborative learning.

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