The Collective Learning and Intelligence Group (CLIG) is an interdisciplinary research group at the University of Minnesota. CLIG members hold various research interests. But we share an interest in advancing learning that is collaborative, connected, connective, and/or collective. To this end, we design innovative technology-enhanced learning environments, develop analytic applications, and conduct collaborative research in various educational settings. Please get in touch if you're interested in joining CLIG!



Undergrad Students

Visiting Scholars

  • Tianhui Huang

    PhD student from Fudan University

  • Yizhou Fan

    PhD student from Peking University

Graduate Students

  • Fan Ouyang

    PhD candidate in Learning Technologies

  • Yu-Hui Chang

    PhD student in Learning Technologies

  • Ethan Brown

    PhD student in Ed Psych

  • Ramya Sivaraj

    PhD student in STEM Education



  • Xing Liu Master of Financial Math
  • Wanying Zhou Undergraduate in Psychology


Our work is supported by the National Science Foundation, the Digital Learning for Development Network, and the University of Minnesota.