Michael Bieber is Professor in NJIT’s Information Systems Department, teaching both on-campus and e-learning.  He is conducting research in several related areas: learning sciences, cyberlearning, lightweight systems integration, relationship analysis (as part of the software engineering process), automatic link and metainformation generation, and hypermedia.  He has received several NSF grants.  He serves as Associate Department Chair, and has directed the Masters and Ph.D. programs.  He may be reached through http://web.njit.edu/~bieber

2017 Presentation Abstract: Turning Homework on its Head-Deeper Learning by Putting Students in Charge

Previous Abstracts
2016: How Undetectable Wearable Technology Will Affect Classrooms
2016: Deeper Learning by Putting Students in Charge of the Problem Lifecycle

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