Tomohiro Nagashima is a PhD student in Human-Computer Interaction and Learning Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University where he explores how to use technologies to help people learn. Previously, he completed his master’s degree in Learning, Design, and Technology at Stanford Graduate School of Education, after spending two years at Hokkaido University in Japan as an instructional designer.

His interests broadly lie in the learning sciences, mathematics education, instructional design, online learning, and teacher learning. He has worked in a variety of learning contexts, from K-12 and university-level education to informal learning spaces. He explores how people learn and how to support learning by working closely with teachers and students. He is also actively working in the open education/open science movement as a member of Creative Commons Japan and as an OER Research Fellow at Open Education Group.

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