Born, raised, and educated in Edmonton, Katy Campbell received her PhD in Instructional Studies from the University of Alberta in 1994. Her doctoral research involved a narrative study of a collaborative instructional design process as a socially transformative practice. As Dean of the Faculty of Extension, University of Alberta, Katy provides CRSC with high level oversight, aligning our work with the strategic direction of the Faculty of Extension "to create opportunities for lifelong learning in response to the needs of individuals and society by engaging the university and communities in learning, discovery, and citizenship."
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Areas of interest: Instructional designer as social change agent | Learning-centred design| Gender/culture and technology interactions | Design thinking