Since finishing her EdD in Educational Technology in 2016, Kellie Taylor has continued to work with her dissertation chair, Dr. Young Baek, pursuing on-going research on robotics in the classroom. Dr. Baek has been very supportive and continues to teach Kellie quite a bit about publishing. Last year, they co-authored an article about Kellie's dissertation research and they just received word that they have another article published on the on-going research they conducted last year.
Article title: Group Roles Matter in Computational Robotic Activities
Journal title: Computers in Human Behavior
Corresponding author: Dr. Youngkyun Baek
First author: Dr. Kellie Taylor
Their article "Group Roles Matter in Computational Robotic Activities" is now published in Computers in Human Behavior.
Congratulations to you both!