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Dr. Scotty Craig is an Associate Professor of Human Systems Engineering at Arizona State University and Director of the DoD Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative Partnership Laboratory at Arizona State University. He has a dual affiliation with the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering and the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. Dr. Craig has expertise at the intersection of cognitive science, design science, and the science of learning (specifically development and evaluation of learning technology). Dr. Craig has had funded projects from the Institute of Educational Sciences, National Science Foundation, and several organizations within the US Department of Defense. He is currently on the editorial board for Journal of Educational Psychology, Learning and Individual Differences, Computers & Education (open), International Journal of STEM Education, and the journal Technology, Mind, & Behavior. He has served on the program committee for AIED, iFEST, Cognitive Science and is the program chair for the Education Technical Group for HFES society.
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