An introduction to TELLab: The Experiential Learning Laboratory, an online teaching platform

Sunday, June 21, 7:00 pm EDT America/New_York  Log In For Local Time

This presentation is an introduction to TELLab, an online platform designed to allow psychology students to design, create, and run their own experiments, and then download the data for analysis.  TELLab was launched at Harvard University, and has been further developed with NSF funding. Courses now using TELLab include Intro Psych, Cog Sci, Perception, Research Methods, and Statistics.  We think that TELLab may be an especially valuable tool for instructors while the COVID-19 pandemic forces more instruction to occur online.  The current version can be seen at tellab.org

We will begin with a series of short presentations covering different aspects of the system:

Overview and history – Ken Nakayama, UC Berkeley
Experiment creation and editing – Justin Junge, Princeton University
Data analysis – Jeremy Wilmer, Wellesley College
New features – Jeff Mulligan, independent contractor

The second half will be a question-and-answer session.

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