Dr. Susanne Lajoie, Canada Research Chair and Professor in the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, was featured in The Globe and Mail today as one of the leading researchers across Canada!
Dr. Lajoie's research focuses on designing and assessing new technologies that support learning and training across disciplines. Innovative computer based learning environments are designed to support learning across the lifespan. Dr. Lajoie has designed systems for high school math and science classrooms, for medical schools, and for graduate students studying learning sciences.
As described in today's The Globe and Mail article, "...Dr. Lajoie’s current focus is looking at how medical students learn using computer simulations that mimic what they will encounter in the field".
Congratulations Dr. Lajoie!
To read the full article, please visit The Globe and Mail, or please click on the attachment to the right.
To learn more about Dr. Lajoie's reasearch please visit the ATLAS (Advanced Technologies for Learning in Authentic Settings) website, and the LEADS (Learning Environments Across Disciplines) website.