Human Interface Technology Lab (HITLab)
The Human Interface Technology Lab (HITLab) is a multi-disciplinary research and development lab whose work centers around human interface technology. Lab researchers represent a wide range of departments from across the University of Washington campus, including engineering, medicine, education, social sciences, architecture and the design arts.
Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA)
The Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA) at the University of Washington Information School explores the design, use, and effects of information and communication technologies in communities facing social and economic challenges. With experience in 50 countries, TASCHA brings together a multidisciplinary network of social scientists, engineers, and development practitioners to conduct research, advance knowledge, create public resources, and improve policy and program design.
Our purpose? To spark innovation and opportunities for those who need it most.
Center for Game Science
The Center for Game Science at the University of Washington focuses on solving hard problems facing humanity today in a game based environment. Our focus is on scientific discovery games, games that discover optimal learning pathways for STEM education, cognitive skill training games, games that promote human creativity, games that explore collective over individual intelligence, and many more.
We create games focused on scientific discovery, discovering optimal learning pathways for STEM education, cognitive skill training , and games that explore collective over individual intelligence.
Presentado por la Universidad de Washington, UWTV ofrece videos de artes, K -12 , ciencias sociales, salud, etc.
Center for Education Data & Research (CEDR)
Based at the University of Washington, The Center for Education Data & Research (CEDR) is a unique organization conducting empirically driven research on the most pertinent issues confronting education policy.