ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, CISE
Wearables, Maker technologies, Creativity support systems, Positive computing, Everyday-inspired media, Meaning media, Experiential learning, Culturally- relevant learning, STEM education
Dr. Chu received her B.Soc.Sci (1st Class Honors) in Communication and New Media from the National University of Singapore, her MS in Computer Science & Applications and a graduate certifcate in Human-Computer Interaction from Virginia Tech, and her Ph.D in Human-Computer Interaction from Texas A&M University.
Towards Personally-Relevant Learning: Use of Wearables to Bridge In-School and Out-of-School Learning
To Enact, To Tell, To Write: A Bridge to Expressive Writing through Digital Enactment
Making the Maker: A Pathway to STEM for Elementary School Students