Lubbock Christian University

2023 Scholars Colloquium

Make plans for the 2023 Lubbock Christian University Scholars Colloquium, April 19-21, 2023.

If you have any questions about plans for a presentation or a panel, especially if it involves a group project, an exhibition of creative work, or a special performance, please contact the Director of Undergraduate Research, Dr. Doug Swartz, and he will help you coordinate any necessary arrangements.

What is the Colloquium?

The LCU Scholars Colloquium is open to all students, faculty, and staff and provides scholars on our campus a venue to communicate the results of their current scholarship. The Colloquium always has a broad range of topics represented from all areas of our university. 

Plenary Speaker

Scott J. Warren, Ph.D.
Department of Learning Technologies
University of North Texas

“AI Support Tools in School and Work Environments: Considering the Next 50 Years”

Scott Warren is a Professor of Learning Technologies in the College of Information at the University of North Texas. He has studied the design and ethical use of learning with innovative technologies such as games and simulations in complex education and training contexts for more than 20 years. As part of this work, he co-developed the Ethical Choices with Educational Technology frameworks for use in the evaluation of potential information technology adoption for training, instruction, and learning design. As a researcher in logistics and operations management, his research also includes how stakeholders employ systemic evaluation approaches with business firms as part of improving organizational learning and performance improvement through gains to efficiency and effectiveness with information technology adoption. His recent NSF-grant-funded work examines the use of sensor suites and eye-tracking data to inform how best to engage in cognitive load reduction for workers in complex warehouse environments containing autonomous robots, artificial intelligence tools, and extended reality device.

Abstract Submission

Students, Faculty, and Staff may use the form below to submit an abstract to the Advisory Council for Undergraduate Research. Deadline: March 31, 2023.