Pierre Dillenbourg

EPFL IC IINFCOM CHILI
RLC D1 740 (Rolex Learning Center)
Station 20
CH-1015 Lausanne

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EPFL IC SIN-GE
RLC D1 740 (Rolex Learning Center)
Station 20
CH-1015 Lausanne

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EPFL IC SSC-GE
INR 130 (Bâtiment INR)
Station 14
CH-1015 Lausanne

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Swiss EdTech Collider
EPFL Innovation Park
Chemin de la Dent d'Oche 1B
CH-1024 Ecublens VD

EPFL AVP-E GE
RLC D1 740 (Rolex Learning Center)
Station 20
CH-1015 Lausanne

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EPFL AVP-E CDS
RLC D1 740 (Rolex Learning Center)
Station 20
CH-1015 Lausanne

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Programme doctoral Learning sciences

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EDLS - Enseignement

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Fields of expertise

Computer-supported collaborative learning & work, Learning technologies, MOOCs Human-computer interaction, Educational Robotics, Eye Tracking, Tangible Interfaces, AR & VR, vocational education

Teaching & PhD

Teaching

Computer Science

Communication Systems

PhD Programs

Doctoral program in computer and communication sciences

Doctoral Program in Technology Management

Doctoral program in robotics, control, and intelligent systems

Doctoral Program Digital Humanities

Doctoral Program in Electrical Engineering

Doctoral Program in Learning Sciences

Courses

Human computer interaction

(Coursebook not yet approved by the section)

Introduction to learning sciences I

How do people learn and how can we support learning? This is part 1 of a two-part course that provides an overview of major theoretical perspectives that attempt to describe how learning works, and serves as an introduction to interpreting education as a means of designing learning environments.

Introduction to learning sciences II

How do people learn and how can we support learning? This is part 2 of a two-part course that provides an overview of major theoretical perspectives that attempt to describe how learning works, and serves as an introduction to interpreting education as a means of designing learning environments.

Introduction to research methods I

This is part 1 of a two part course that provides students with knowledge and skills in collecting, processing and analyzing educational data, including different lenses to view the nature of inquiry in the field, research designs, and an overview of quantitative and qualitative methods.

Introduction to research methods II

This is part 2 of a two part course that provides students with knowledge and skills in collecting, processing and analyzing educational data, including different lenses to view the nature of inquiry in the field, research designs, and an overview of quantitative and qualitative methods.

Robotics practicals

(Coursebook not yet approved by the section)