Rod Roscoe is an Associate Professor of Human Systems Engineering in the Polytechnic School of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, and a Diane and Gary Tooker Professor of Effective Education in STEM. He is also Affiliate Faculty of the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, and a member of the Center for Human, Artificial Intelligence, and Robot Teaming (CHART). His research investigates how the intersection of learning science, computer science, and user science can inform effective and innovative uses of educational technologies. He is also interested in how cognitive, metacognitive, and motivational learning processes can be scaffolded by educational technology.
Recent studies have investigated the design of multimedia learning materials, user perceptions of automated feedback, patterns of writing and revising, and consumer decision making related to online information search.
Dr. Roscoe is the Chair of the HFES Societal Impact Committee and a member of the HFES Diversity Committee.