Postdoctoral Research Associate,
Computer Science, University of Florida
Nicholas Lytle is a Postdoctoral Scholar funded through the CRA's Computing Innovation Fellowship. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia and his PhD from North Carolina State University. His research in the Game2Learn Lab under Dr. Tiffany Barnes at North Carolina State University was centered on effective design of computational thinking activities within core K-12 courses. His focus with the LearnDialogue Lab is on developing adaptive technologies for aiding students learning to program in these contexts and allowing teachers to effectively introduce programming and computational thinking in their classrooms.
Ph.D., Computer Science (2020)
North Carolina State University
B.S., Computer Science (2016)
University of Virginia