The Junco Applied Media (JAM) research lab website

Posted by reyjunco on March 29, 2016 in Commentary |

This last year, I formed my graduate research lab at Iowa State University with the recruitment of Jeff Rokkum, my Ph.D. student in HCI, Elizabeth Longnecker, my Master’s student in HCI, and Darcy Besch, my co-advisee from Sociology. We’ve been busy writing papers, studying how social media and other communication technologies impact student learning, and dreaming up new ideas for future studies.

We’re excited to share our progress with you through our new lab website :


On the website, you’ll find bios of my current lab students, short descriptions of current projects, lists of publications and presentations, and some dope playlists. Our lab mascot, Rainbow Disco Pony, hopes you’ll visit us soon!

Junco Applied Media research lab mascot JAM pony

The team would appreciate your ideas as our research lab grows and begins new projects. Feel free to leave comments or questions or send us an email to our lab address (rainbowdiscopony@gmail.com) or @rainbwdiscopony on Twitter.

Thanks to: Kara Cipolloni & Josh Tenney for our beautiful portraits and team photos and Elizabeth Longnecker for her tireless work in creating the website.

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