Jillianne Code is Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology and Technology in the Faculty of Education at the University of Victoria (UVic) and Co-director of the Technology Integration and Evaluation (TIE) Research Lab. She has a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology (Simon Fraser University), a Master of Education in Instructional Technology (University of Alberta) and a Bachelor of Education in Secondary Education (University of Alberta). Most recently, Jillianne was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Technology, Learning and Assessment funded by the US Department of Education Institute of Education Science at the prestigious Harvard Graduate School of Education. Jillianne’s interests are at the nexus of educational psychology, technology, and measurement. Her research is focused on the role of agency in learning, the design of immersive and virtual environments for learning and assessment, the use of learning analytics, and measurement methods in educational research. In 2009 the American Educational Research Association recognized Jillianne with a Graduate Student Research Award for her work in educational measurement and in 2011 her work conducted at Harvard University received an Outstanding Paper Award from the World Conference on Educational Media and Technology. Her most recent work is featured in the Handbook of Research on Social Software and Developing Community Ontologies (2009), Handbook of Research on Effective Electronic Gaming in Education (2009), Social Computing (2010), Virtual Communities (2011), Cases on Inquiry Through Instructional Technology in Math and Science (2012), Technology Based Assessment for 21st Century Skills (2012), and Digital Identity and Social Media (in press).