I am a fourth-year PhD student in Technology and Social Behavior, a joint program in Computer Science and Communication at Northwestern University. My research focuses on how children learn in complex environments and involves creating tools to support their learning. My work is situated at the intersection of Human-Computer Interaction, Data Science, and Learning Sciences. I work with Marcelo Worsley in the Technological Innovations for Inclusive Learning and Teaching Laboratory tiilt lab.
In the past, I worked on social computing and collective intelligence. I empirically studied technological tools and their different
dimensions within social context. Before entering Northwestern University, I earned a BS in Liberal Arts and an MS in Information Science.
For more information see my CV,
or please send me an email at bodon[at]u.northwestern.edu.