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Camillia Matuk

  • PhD Learning Sciences
  • Assistant Professor
  • New York University
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Research interests

visual rhetorisemioticsonline communitiesnarrativemixed methodslearning analyticsinterpretationinteraction designinscriptionsinformation visualizationeducational technologydesigncreativitycomputer-supported collaborative learning

About

https://sites.google.com/site/cfmatuk/

Co-authors (39)

Publications (5)

  • Gathering Requirements for Teacher Tools: Strategies for Empowering Teachers Through Co-Design

    • Matuk C
    • Gerard L
    • Lim-Breitbart J
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    2Citations
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  • Automated, adaptive guidance for K-12 education

    • Gerard L
    • Matuk C
    • McElhaney K
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    3Citations
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  • Museum Monsters and Victorious Viruses: Improving Public Understanding of Emerging Biomedical Research

    • Diamond J
    • Jee B
    • Matuk C
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    1Citations
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  • Learning to understand the tree of life

    • Ainsworth S
    • Matuk C
    • Uttal D
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    0Citations
  • Cog Sketch

    • Forbus K
    • Lovett A
    • Lockwood K
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    2Citations

Professional experience

Assistant Professor

New York University

August 2014 - Present

Postdoctoral scholar

the Technology-Enhanced Learning in Science center, Graduate School of Education, University of California, Berkeley

July 2010 - July 2014(4 years)

Medical Illustrator

InViVo Communications, Inc.

July 2004 - July 2006(2 years)

Education history

PhD Learning Sciences

Northwestern University

September 2006 - December 2010(4 years)

OCGC Computer Animation

Sheridan College

January 2006 - August 2006(7 months)

MSc Biomedical Communications

Biomedical Communications, University of Toronto

August 2002 - August 2004(2 years)

BSc (Hons) Biological Sciences

University of Windsor

September 1999 - April 2002(3 years)