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RIA # 76: Dr. Rolin Moe on Dealing with Critics of Your Research

Dr. Rolin Moe

Dr. Rolin Moe

On this episode, Katie is joined by Dr. Rolin Moe, an Assistant Professor and the Director of the Institute for Academic Innovation  at Seattle Pacific University. Rolin’s 15+ years of working with formal, informal and non-formal learning institutions have focused on empowering all members of the community to engage teaching and learning. In formal education settings, Rolin works across the environment to conceptualize, design, implement and assess learning environments and models. Outside of formal education, Rolin celebrates the “gap” between artifact design and learning assessment, at organizations such as the Museum of Modern Art, LinkedIn, and the nonpartisan Annenberg Learning Center at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum. His scholarship explores the dissonance between educational practice and mass media portrayal of education.

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Show Notes

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Segment 1: Responsibilities of a critical scholar [00:00-17:18]

In this first segment, Rolin discusses what it means to him to be a critical scholar.

In this segment, the following resources are mentioned:

Segment 2: Dealing with Criticism [17:19-34:17]

In segment two, Rolin shares how he has dealt with criticism of his work.

In this segment, the following resources are mentioned:

Bonus Clip #1 [00:00-3:40]: Rolin’s Recommendations for Researchers Dealing with Criticism

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