Yoav Bergner is an Assistant Professor of Learning Sciences and Educational Technology at NYU Steinhardt. He earned an A.B. in physics from Harvard University and a Ph.D. in theoretical physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Yoav's research bridges psychometrics and learning sciences in pursuit of analysis methods that inform educational design. He is particularly interested in the assessment of learning in Makerspaces/Fablabs, social learning in online environments, physics education, and collaborative problem solving.

Charles Lang is a Visiting Assistant Professor in Learning Analytics at Teachers College, Columbia. His research interests center on the use of big data in education and the role of online assessment data in accurately determining student learning. Charles was previously a Postdoctoral Associate in Learning Analytics at Steinhardt School of Education, Culture & Human Development, NYU and received his Doctorate in Human Development and Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education where he also taught Data Science in Education. He received his Bachelor of Science in biochemistry and Bachelor of Arts in political science from the University of Melbourne.

Geraldine Gray is a Senior Lecturer in Informatics at TU Dublin (Blanchardstown campus). She has been actively engaged in learning analytics research for a number of years and is currently focusing on addressing perceived barriers to campus-wide engagement with learning data. Geraldine has worked in Blanchardstown since it opened in 1999, initially developing ITS programmes, and more recently specializing in data science. She runs their MSc programme in Applied Data Science and Analytics and supervises a number of data science research students.

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