Noah Glaser is an assistant professor at the University of Missouri’s School of Information Science & Learning Technologies, where he is also the director of the Information Experience Lab. Prior to his academic career, he worked as a freelance gaming journalist and web developer. Dr. Glaser received his PhD in Instructional Design and Technology from the University of Cincinnati. Noah primarily conducts design research to create learning interventions that use innovative technologies such as virtual reality, video games, mobile devices, and artificial intelligence. He is particularly known for his work on developing innovative, immersive learning systems for neurodiverse learners, and has conducted research using EEG and eye trackers to better understand how people learn and interact with technology. In addition to his academic contributions, Dr. Glaser has published papers and presented at conferences, showcasing his expertise in the field. He also serves as a board member for the AECT Design & Development Division and as a conference planner for the Immersive Learning Research Network. In his free time, he enjoys playing video games and collecting classic arcades and retro games. He is also a proud owner of a dachshund named Dodgson.
Areas of Expertise
- User Experience Design
- Virtual Reality and Game Design
- Neurodiversity and Inclusion
- Formal and informal STEAM Education
- Learning Analytics