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Tuesday, July 28 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
The design psychologies of 1:1 devices: A comparison of tablets, laptops, and handhelds and their effects on teaching and learning

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In this presentation, Dr. Matthew Stuve, an industrial designer and educational psychologist, will compare some of the key features of typical 1:1 devices. Dr. Stuve brings a unique perspective to the ways of viewing such devices. His training as an industrial design helps him isolate and articulate physical design elements and form factors that effect how devices are experienced in the hand, the backpack, and the mind. Dr. Stuve will bring a number of devices that teachers can, literally, get their hands on. In this way, teachers can sharpen their understandings of the 1:1 devices factors and how they better select devices and the ecosystems.


Dr. Matthew Stuve

Ball State University, Teachers College
Dr. Stuve is the Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at Ball State University. Dr. Stuve is the Director of the Center for Technology in Education, Teachers College, Ball State University. He is also the President and Co-Founder, Educational Informatics, LLC. A systems and consulting company founded to commercialize intellectual property created at Ball State.

Tuesday July 28, 2015 12:30pm - 1:30pm