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Nancy J. Cooke
Cooke is a professor of Human Systems Engineering in the Polytechnic School, one of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at ASU and is a Science Director of the Cognitive Engineering Research Institute in Mesa, AZ. She is also associate editor of Human Factors and immediate past president of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. She also recently chaired a study panel for the National Academies on Enhancing the Effectiveness of Team Science. Cooke was a member of the US Air Force Scientific Advisory Board from 2008-2012. Cooke’s research interests include the study of individual and team cognition and its application to the development of cognitive and knowledge engineering methodologies, cognitive task analysis, sensor operator threat detection, homeland security systems, remotely-operated vehicles, human-robot interaction, healthcare systems, and emergency response systems. In particular, Cooke specializes in the development, application, and evaluation of methodologies to elicit and assess individual and team cognition. Education: Ph.D., Psychology New Mexico State University.
Craig is an Assistant Professor in the Human Systems Engineering Program within the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at ASU. His goal is to provide cutting-edge research at the intersection of human cognition, technology, and the learning sciences which provides solutions to real-world problems within education and training. His current research focuses on improving learning with higher-level cognition factors such as comprehension, discourse, and cognitive-affective states through the use of virtual humans within technological environments. Education: Ph.D., Experimental Psychology (Cognitive), The University of Memphis.
News & Events
New book title - Tutoring and Intelligent Tutoring Systems
Scotty Craig, Editor | October 6th, 2017
You are invited to access the Call for Proposals
xAPI Version 1.0.3 Released
By ADL Team Member | September 21st, 2016
This week, Experience API (xAPI) version 1.0.3 was released.
You can find the newest version of the specification here on GitHub