Stephanie Moore is an Assistant Professor at the University of New Mexico in Organization, Information and Learning Sciences. She is also a Fellow with the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy working on the use of learning technologies for adult literacy and editor-in-chief of the Journal of Computing in Higher Education. Her specialties are online and mobile learning and ethical issues related to learning technologies, and she recently published a book on ethics and ed tech aptly named Ethics and Educational Technology: Reflection, Interrogation, and Design as a Framework for Practice (through Routledge). She’s going to give a workshop here on reflection, interrogation, and design, with lots of time for reflection.
Why I’m in MYFest: MYFest is all about reflective practice, with a great community of colleagues. I’m looking forward to both sharing and learning!
MYFest involvement: Workshop, July 12 at 12 noon EST; Session (conversation) with Tim Fawns, July 12 at 7:30 p.m. EST on “How can you be pragmatic and ethical together: Navigating entanglements and tensions in integrating educational technology”
- New Mexico, USA