Robin Kay, PhD
Professor, Faculty of Education · Researcher, EILab
He has published over 120 articles, chapters and conference papers in the area of computers in education, is a reviewer for five prominent computer education journals, and has taught computer science, mathematics, and educational technology for over 20 years at the high school, college, undergraduate and graduate level. Current projects include research on laptop use in teacher education, web-based learning tools, classroom response systems, e-learning in secondary and higher education, video podcasts, scale development with respect to computer attitude, use, and behaviour, gender differences in computer related behaviour, emotions and the use of computers, the impact of social media tools in education, and factors that influence how students learn with technology.
Dr. Kay received his Bachelors of Science at the University of Toronto in Psychology and Computer Science, his M.A. in Computer Applications in Education at the University of Toronto., and his Ph.D. in Cognitive Science (Educational Psychology) at the University of Toronto.