Title of Submission

A Socio-Technological Design for an Interprofessional Community of Inquiry in Education & Leadership

Presenter Type

Faculty

Brief Bio Sketch

Anita Zijdemans Boudreau, MA, PhD is an Associate Professor and Interim Director in the School of Learning & Teaching in the College of Education. Her background is in human development & education, applied cognitive science, and educational technology. She brings 20+ years experience as an educational practitioner in teacher preparation. She has worked as a consultant on various projects involving program & virtual learning space design as well as technology integration for educational practice and professional growth.

Nancy Krusen, MA, PhD is an Associate Professor in the College of Health Professions. She has developed a wide range of educational and clinical skills in roughly 30 years of practice as an occupational therapist and educator. She has taught students at technical, professional and post-professional levels and is an innovator in online course development.

Laura Dimmler MPA, PhD joined the College of Health Professions to start the Master of Healthcare Administration program in 2008. Since that time, she has worked with a variety of faculty across the college and university to teach, and develop grants and new programs including some with an inter-professional focus. Her academic and professional background is in health policy. She has worked in state government in Alaska and Oregon serving the Alaska Medicaid program, and the Alaska Division of Environmental Health, and Oregon OSHA. She also has managed programs at rural hospitals in Oregon and Colorado, and managed several rural clinics in Colorado.

Abstract

This poster introduces a socio-technological design for an interprofessional Community of Inquiry (COI) in Education and Leadership. We present an overview of the technological infrastructure used to support the newly launched PhD in Education & Leadership program as well as some of the lines of research that have been initiated as a result of this collaborative partnership between the College of Education and the College of Health Professions at Pacific University.

Location

Tran Library, Media Commons

Start Date

27-1-2018 10:10 AM

End Date

27-1-2018 10:30 AM

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Jan 27th, 10:10 AM Jan 27th, 10:30 AM

A Socio-Technological Design for an Interprofessional Community of Inquiry in Education & Leadership

Tran Library, Media Commons

This poster introduces a socio-technological design for an interprofessional Community of Inquiry (COI) in Education and Leadership. We present an overview of the technological infrastructure used to support the newly launched PhD in Education & Leadership program as well as some of the lines of research that have been initiated as a result of this collaborative partnership between the College of Education and the College of Health Professions at Pacific University.