Molly Hammer

PhD in Learning Science

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I recently finished my PhD in Learning Science at the University of Tuebingen in Germany. During my PhD, I worked with an interdisciplinary project to investigate under what conditions digital media can enable effective teaching and learning processes. Using primarily student data and profile analysis, I investigated how the addition of tablets may differentially affect student learning depending on students’ cognitive and motivational prerequisites and at home experiences. I have experience working with longitudinal and multilevel data, publishing scholarly work, and previously taught in China and Ecuador. I am looking for research positions in NGOs addressing socio-digital inequalities or ed tech designing technology alongside learning.

Anne Jonas

UC Berkeley School of Information

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Anne is a PhD candidate at the UC Berkeley School of Information and is pursuing a Designated Emphasis in Science and Technology Studies. Her dissertation, Off Limits: Virtual Schools in an Era of Connection and Inequality, is advised by Professor Jenna Burrell. She is a former Co-Director of the Center for Technology, Society & Policy, and is a member of the Algorithmic Fairness and Opacity Working Group. She is also experienced in UX research. Prior to graduate school, she worked in community engagement, project management, research, and communications at the Barnard Center for Research on Women and the Participatory Culture Foundation. She is interested in research and teaching positions within academia, NGOs, industry, or the public sector.