Kameica Yazzie

Kameica Yazzie is an undergraduate researcher assistant for the LearnExploreDesign (LED) Lab at Utah State University. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Health Education & Promotion with an emphasis in community health. As future health educator, she hopes to help all Native people receive the best healthcare possible. Kameica’s research interests include building community health programs using emerging technologies.

Megan Hamilton

Megan Hamilton

Megan Hamilton is a doctoral scholar research fellow, graduate research assistant, and Indigenous researcher in the Instructional Technology & Learning Sciences department at Utah State University. Her research interests include K-12 STEM education, broadening participation in STEM, and developing STEM partnerships between informal and formal learning environments. She is an enrolled member of the Minnesota Chippewa tribe.

Lili Yan

Lili Yan

Lili Yan, a graduate student, has six-year experience of teaching English in Chinese colleges. She has participated in the nation-wide reform of college English curriculum and courses and helped with the integration of mobile learning and EAP courses when she was teaching in Shanghai. She is an active practitioner of a variety of instructional technologies, ranging from e-portfolio assessments to QR code quizzes. Her latest research project about EAP teaching in Chinese private colleges has been funded by Shanghai Municipal Bureau of Education.

Chase Mortensen

Chase Mortensen

Chase Mortensen, an Undergraduate Research Assistant, is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science at Utah State University. He is interested in mobile computing and virtual reality, and assists with research involving computational thinking and the Augmented Reality and Interactive Storytelling (ARIS) mobile application development platform.

Breanne Litts

Breanne Litts

Breanne K. Litts is an Assistant Professor in Instructional Technologies and Learning Sciences and director of Learn Explore Design Lab at Utah State University. She investigates how people learn by and collaborate through making, designing, and producing and develops technologies and learning environments to support these interdisciplinary activities.