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Home arrow News arrow Job mailings arrow February 2009 arrow PhD studentship advert 2009- LSRI, University of Nottingham- on behalf of Prof. Mike Sharples
PhD studentship advert 2009- LSRI, University of Nottingham- on behalf of Prof. Mike Sharples
Learning Sciences Research Institute (LSRI)

PhD Studentships 2009

The LSRI is a centre of excellence for research in the learning sciences
and in technology enhanced learning. The LSRI brings together staff
from the Schools of Education, Psychology and Computer Science, as well
as expertise from other disciplines and offers advanced facilities to
support PhD research. Research themes include: playful and game-based
learning; learning cultures and contexts, visual thinking and learning;
cognition and learning; collaborative learning; mobile and contextual
learning; classroom interaction; mixed-reality learning technology and
mathematical cognition.
The LSRI is offering Research Studentships in the following areas:

* Visual Learning in Higher Education (Joint with the Visual
Learning Lab).
* Cognitive Tutoring for Hearing Remediation (Joint with National
Biomedical Research Unit in Hearing).
* Mixed Reality Technology for Second Language Learning, EPSRC
Industrial CASE studentship with Sharp Laboratories of Europe (Ltd)
(Joint with the Mixed Reality Lab).

Open PhD studentships are also available at the LSRI for excellent
proposals that address any area of the learning sciences.

Students should hold, or expect to obtain, at least a 2.1 in an
undergraduate degree, or a Masters degree in psychology, computer
science, education or related discipline.

Informal enquiries may be addressed to: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
or tel: 0115 846 7930.

Further details and how to apply are available at:
http://www.lsri.nottingham.ac.uk. Please quote ref. ED/24X1. Closing
date: 14 February 2009.




 
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