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RIA # 177: Dr. Laura A. Pasquini on Researching Support Structures for Learning

Dr. Laura A. Pasquini

On this episode, Katie is joined by Laura Pasquini, a seasoned learning designer, curious learner, and active investigator. As an early career scholar-practitioner, Dr. Pasquini’s teaching and research explores mentoring experiences, networked practices, online communities, student support/advising, digital professional identity development, and open online learning environments. She consults with various education institutions, non-profit and corporate associations on the stewardship of technology for designing networked learning, improving organizational culture, and enhancing open, collective projects. To encourage storytelling from peers, she co-hosts and produces two podcasts you can follow and find on Twitter: @InVinoFab and @BreakDrink. To escape from her digital life, you can often find her running, doodling, playing ukulele, and hiking with her pup, Jack.

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Segment 1: Researching support structures for learning [00:00-17:42]

In this first segment, Laura describes some of her research on different support structures for learning outside of the traditional classroom space.

In this segment, the following resources are mentioned:

Segment 2: Learning and development for higher education professionals [17:43-32:18]

In segment two, Laura shares about some of the modalities that higher education professionals are using for their learning and development.

In this segment, the following resources are mentioned:

Bonus Clip #1 [00:00-2:29]: The Open Higher Ed Learning & Development Digital Library

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