Publications

Journal articles

Rees Lewis, D.G., Carlson. S.E., & Gerber, E.M., & Easterday, M.W (2019). Opportunities for educational innovations in authentic project-based learning: Understanding instructor perceived challenges to design for adoption. The Journal of Educational Technology, Research and Development (ETRD).

Harburg, E., Rees Lewis, D.G., Easterday, M.W., & Gerber, E.M. (2019). Understanding online public validation for project-based learning communities. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI).

Gerber, E.M., Easterday, M.W., Rees Lewis, D.G., (2018). Social innovation networks: Scaling studio-based learning. Design Issues.

Rees Lewis, D.G., Easterday, M.W., Harburg, E., Gerber, E.M., & Riesbeck, C. (2017). Overcoming barriers between volunteer professionals advising project-based learning teams with regulation tools. British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET).

Carlson, S., Rees Lewis, D.G., Easterday, M.W., & Gerber, E.M. (2017). Challenges of peer instruction in an undergraduate student-led learning community: bi-directional diffusion as a crucial instructional process. Instructional Science.

Easterday, M.W., Rees Lewis, D.G., & Gerber, E.M. (2017). Designing crowdcritique systems for formative feedback. International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education (IJAIED).

Easterday, M.W., Rees Lewis, D.G., & Gerber, E.M., (2017). Design-based research: A formal definition. Learning: Research and Practice.

Easterday, M.W., Rees Lewis, D.G., Gerber, E.M., (2016). The logic of the theoretical and practical products of design research. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology (AJET).

Full conference papers (peer-reviewed, archival proceedings)

Rees Lewis, D.G., Gorson, J., Maliakal, L.V., Carlson, S.E., Riesbeck, C.K., Gerber, E.M., & Easterday, M.W. (2018). Planning to Iterate: Supporting iterative practices for real-world ill-structured problem-solving. International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS).

Carlson, S.E., Maliakal, L.V., Rees Lewis, D.G., Gorson, J., Gerber, E.M., & Easterday, M.W., (2018). Defining and assessing risk analysis: The key to strategic iteration in real-world problem solving. International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS).

Zhang, H., Easterday, M.W., Gerber, E.M., Rees Lewis, D.G., & Maliakal, L., (2017). Agile research studios: Orchestrating communities of practice to advance research training at scale. ACM Computer Supported Collaborative Work (CSCW).

Rees Lewis, D.G., Harburg, E., Gerber, E.M., & Easterday, M.W., (2015). Building help seeking tools for novice designers. ACM Creativity & Cognition (C&C). 

Easterday, M.W., Rees Lewis, D.G., Fitzpatrick, C., & Gerber, E.M., (2014). Computer supported novice group critique.  ACM Design of Interactive Systems (DIS).

Easterday, M.W., Rees Lewis, D.G., & Gerber, E.M (2014). Design-based research process: Problems, phases, and applications. International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS).

Short conference papers, posters, workshops & symposia

Rees Lewis, D.G., Gerber, E.M. & Easterday, M.W. (2019). StandUp: Engaging Professionals to Coach Design Projects. Poster presented at Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL).

Rees Lewis, D.G., Gerber, E.M. & Easterday, M.W. (2019). Assessing Iterative Planning for Real-world Design Teams. Poster presented at Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL).

Rees Lewis, D.G., Carlson, S., Easterday, M.W., & Gerber, E.M., (2017). Empirical investigation of challenges for PBL stakeholders in engineering education. Poster presented at European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI).

Carlson, S., Rees Lewis, D.G., Easterday, M.W., & Gerber, E.M., (2017). Challenges of student leaders as facilitators in learning communities. Paper presented at European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI). 

Easterday, M.W., Rees Lewis, D.G., & Gerber, E.M., (2015). The products of design-based research. Poster presented at the International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL).

Easterday, M.W., Rees Lewis, D.G., & Gerber, E.M. (2015). Crowdsourcing critique. Workshop at the International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL).

Rees Lewis, D.G., Easterday, M.W., & Gerber, E.M., (2015). Supporting project scoping: The scoping wheel. Poster presented at Harvey Mudd Design Workshop IX.

Rees Lewis, D.G., Easterday, M.W., & Gerber, E.M., (2015). Helping engineers thrive: Feedback systems for ill-defined challenges. Poster presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting (AERA).

Easterday, M.W., Rees Lewis, D.G., & Gerber, E.M., (2013) Formative feedback in Digital Lofts: Learning environments for real world innovation. Workshop at International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED).

Easterday, M.W., Gerber, E.M., & Rees Lewis, D.G., (2013). Applying human-centered design methods to learner-centered design: A case study. Symposium at the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI).

Phelan, P., Rees Lewis, D.G., & Gerber, E.M., Easterday, M.W. (2013). Using mobile technology to support learning design observations. Poster presented at the International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL).

Journal Articles & full conference papers in preparation

Carlson, S.E., Maliakal, L.V., Rees Lewis, D.G., Gorson, J., Gerber, E.M., & Easterday, M.W., (in review). Risk analysis: Defining and assessing the key to strategic iteration in real-world problem-solving. In preparation for the Journal of Learning Sciences (JLS).

Rees Lewis, D.G., Gorson, J., Maliakal, L.V., Carlson, S.E., Riesbeck, C.K., Gerber, E.M., & Easterday, M.W. (in preparation). Planning to Iterate: Designing for real-world ill-structured problem-solving. In preparation for the Journal of Learning and Instruction.Rees Lewis, D.G., Gerber, E.M., Carlson, S.E., & Easterday, M.W. (in preparation). Student perceived challenges in authentic project-based learning classes: Barriers to adoption. In preparation for the Journal of Engineering Education.