eLearning in Space
The "eLearning in Space" project will explore what methodologies, resources, delivery systems, and technology will be advantageous to provide an optimum learning environment in space.
As we increase the frequency and length of space missions, we need to define the learning needs of planetary settlements and recognize the necessary methodologies and learning systems in order to ensure their success.
We will have the resources to accomplish our deliverables. There will be resources and expertise available to accomplish our objectives. There will be time to create and demonstrate our deliverables.
Three science fiction short stories about e-learning in Planetary Settlements.
One professional paper in the education domain.
One simulation of the time delays and the educational experience.
ASU University Explorer, Chemist, a former United States Air Force officer, a former NASA astronaut and an advocate for inclusion in STEM and STEAM. She is a veteran of two Space Shuttle missions and a six-month expedition to the International Space Station. Her specialties include robotics, spacewalking and science.
Assistant professor at Arizona State University across the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering (ECEE) and the School of Arts, Media and Engineering (AME), Director of Meteor Studio at ASU, specializes in augmented reality and virtual reality systems and software frameworks.
Instructional design specialist at ASU Online and within special projects at EdPlus at ASU. Programs of focus at ASU Online include the School of Earth and Space Exploration, the School for the Future of Innovation in Society, Ira Fulton Schools of Engineering (IFT, SER, GIT, TEM), the School of Politics and Global Studies, the School of Social Transformation, and the Department of Physics.
Ph.D. Ed in Curriculum Design and Instructional Innovation specializes in the exploratory learning method, an active member of the II since inception. Judie is a former faculty member and administrator as well as an entrepreneur in information technology. Judie is a member of the ASU Women & Philanthropy organization and is a volunteer on the II Initiative.
Assistant Professor at Arizona State University in the School of Earth and Space Exploration, is a planetary scientist who studies the geophysical factors that influence the habitability of rocky worlds over time.
Planetary Scientist, is a postdoctoral research scholar and faculty in the School of Earth and Space Exploration, interests include visible and near-infrared spectroscopy, thermal infrared spectroscopy and thermophysics, Martian surface processes, and planetary exploration. She also works on operations for the Curiosity Mars rover.
Adjunct Faculty in the School for the Future of Innovation in Society and holds degrees in engineering from Michigan Tech and computer science from Georgia Tech. Bruce's main focus is off-grid digital libraries with the ASU SolarSPELL Initiative and the implementation of off-grid digital libraries in Africa and the South Pacific. Other roles include leading ASU student groups working on computer science capstone projects, satellite sensing for agricultural libraries, and a nursing and midwifery library for East Africa.
Undergraduate student and communication assistant for the project. Passionate about space exploration, sustainability, and STEM education. The Director for an international STEM communication organization called The Scientific Teen, which is in the process of being registered as a non-profit.
Patrick (PJ) Rivers
Undergraduate student and creative storyteller for the project. Experience in writing, acting, directing, editing and producing, both independently and through Arizona State University. Co-founder and creative director of Waver Films LLC, which produces both narrative film and television along with commercial ventures such as mitigation videos.