The College of Education is actively engaged in Purdue University’s Integrative Data Science Initiative. The CoE Data Science Working Group, formed in 2018, guides the College’s current and future efforts in this area. The College of Education offers degree programs, graduate certificates and research methodology courses that provide training for students in the analyses of large sets of numerical, textual and multimodal data. The College is home to faculty scholars, centers and funded grant projects engaged in interdisciplinary research to collect and analyze data that seeks to transform learning and teaching, inform policy and make a difference in the lives of culturally and linguistically diverse students, families and communities.
The College of Education offers the following data-science related degree and certificate programs:
The College of Education offers the following data-science related courses:
Below are the College of Education Data Science Working Group faculty and staff members.
Wayne E. Wright, PhD
Associate Dean for Research, Graduate Programs, and Faculty Development
Professor and Barbara I. Cook Chair of Literacy and Language
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Department of Educational Studies
Evaluation and Learning Research Center
The College of Education is home to the following centers than engage in data-science related research:
Examples of Funded Research Involving the Collection and Analysis of Large-Scale Data:
Other data-science related projects and resources in the College of Education include the following:
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