Kiley Sobel, PhD is a Research Scientist at the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop. As a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow, she completed her PhD in Human Centered Design & Engineering at the University of Washington in 2018. Her dissertation research investigated the role of interactive technology during inclusive play, or play between young children with and without disabilities. Now, she focuses on the responsible, inclusive, and equitable design of and standards for emerging technologies and new media for children to ensure that we positively impact the future of childhood.
Most Recent Posts
What Will it Take for Virtual Reality to Become Education’s Next Big Reality?
by Catherine Jhee | August 13, 2019
What Makes Technology Creepy?
by Jason Yip, PhD | August 6, 2019
Sharing Molly of Denali with Families in Alaska
by Claudia Haines | August 1, 2019
Learning Across Boundaries: How Parents and Teachers are Bridging Learning Across Settings
by Lori Takeuchi, Sarah Vaala, and June Ahn
Immersive Media and Child Development: Synthesis of a Cross-Sectoral Meeting on Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality and Young Children
by Kiley Sobel, PhD
Crossing the Boundaries: Mapping the Gaps Between Expert and Public Understandings of Bridging STEM Learning Environments
by Kevin Levay, PhD, Andrew Volmert, PhD, and Nat Kendall-Taylor, PhD
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