Marty Siegel

Marty Siegel

Professor Emeritus, Informatics


  • Ph.D. Educational Psychology (1973), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Research interests

Design Pedagogy


  • First Microsoft Faculty Fellow, 1988

Representative publications

Toward a framework for ecologies of artifacts: how are digital artifacts interconnected within a personal life? (2008)
Heekyoung Jung, Erik Stolterman, Will Ryan, Tonya Thompson and Marty Siegel
ACM. 201-210

Adaptive feedback and review paradigm for computer-based drills (1984)
Martin A Siegel and A Lynn Misselt
Journal of Educational Psychology, 76 (2), 310

System and method for case study instruction (2003)

Moving toward the digital learning environment: The future of Web-based instruction (1997)
Martin A Siegel and Sonny Kirkley
Khan, 62 263-270

Reprioritizing the relationship between HCI research and practice: bubble-up and trickle-down effects (2014)
Colin M Gray, Erik Stolterman and Martin A Siegel
ACM. 725-734

Understanding computer-based education (1986)
Martin A Siegel and Dennis M Davis
Random House.

Inventing the virtual textbook (1994)
Martin A Siegel and Gerald A Sousa
Educational Technology, this issue,

Evaluating Interactive Entertainment using Breakdown: Understanding Embodied Learning in Video Games (2009)
William Ryan and Martin A Siegel
DiGRA Conference, 9

Metamorphosis: Transforming non-designers into designers (2009)
Martin A Siegel and Erik Stolterman

Design pedagogy: Developments in art and design education (2015)
Mr Mike Tovey
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd..

Slow change interaction design (2014)
Martin A Siegel and Jordan Beck
interactions, 21 (1), 28-35

The explanation for design explanations (2005)
Eli Blevis and M Siegel
11th international conference on human-computer interaction: Interaction design education and research: Current and future trends,

Effectiveness of a computer-based reading comprehension program for adults (1982)
Stephen M Alessi, Martin Siegel, Dorothy Silver and Hank Barnes
Journal of educational technology systems, 11 (1), 43-57

Device landscapes: A new challenge to interaction design and HCI research (2013)
Erik Stolterman, Heekyoung Jung, Ryan Will and Martin A Siegel
Archives of Design Research, 26 Jul-33

Designing for deep conversation in a scenarios-based e-learning environment (2004)
Martin A Siegel, Sean E Ellis and Megan B Lewis
IEEE. 10 pp.