Gómez, L.E., Restrepo, M.A., Glenberg, A.M., & Walker, E. (2021). Enhancing question-asking during shared reading in immigrant Latino families. Journal of Latinos and Education.
Buddemeyer, A., Walker, E., & Alikhani, M. (2021) Words of wisdom: representational harms in learning from AI communication. CEUR Workshop Proceedings. LearnTec4EDI: Designing Learning Technologies for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Workshop, September 20th–24, 2021.
Wang, S. & Walker, E. (2021). "Providing adaptive feedback in concept mapping to improve reading comprehension." Proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 1-11.
Narayanan, A.B.L., Lim, J.E., Nguyen, T., Gomez, L.E., Restrepo. M.A., Blais, C., Glenberg, A.M., & Walker, E. (2021). Parent-EMBRACE: An adaptive dialogic reading intervention. International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education, 239-244.
Lubold, N., Walker, E., & Pon-Barry, H. (2021). Effects of adapting to user pitch on rapport perception, behavior, and state with a social robotic learning companion.? User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction,? 31(1), 35-73.
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News and Awards
Erin Walker, SCI, has been named principal investigator for a National Science Foundation grant to study the use of robots in middle school math classrooms. Her co-principal investigators are Diane Litman, Computer Science, and Timothy Nokes-Malach, Psychology, and Adriana Kovashka, (SCI).
November 10, 2020
Kudos to LRDC Research Scientist and Associate Professor, School of Computing and Information (SCI), Erin Walker along with Leshell Hatley on their Google AI 2020 Award for Inclusion Research, for "Developing a Dialouge System for a Culturally-Responsive Social Programmable Robot."
October 26, 2020
Erin Walker, Diane Litman, Timothy Nokes-Malach, and Adriana Kovashka received a National Science Foundation award for their study on "Designing Effective Dialogue, Gaze, and Gesture Behaviors in a Social Robot that Supports Collaborative Learning in Middle School Mathematics."
September 14, 2020
Kudos to LRDC Research Scientist Erin Walker, School of Computing and Information, who has earned tenure.
June 22, 2020