As of late I primarily use my blog to document presentations and publications (to help with my annual review process) – and I’m behind (like pretty much everyone I know living through the pandemic.) I have a handful of reflective blog posts started, but, they’re not ready to publish yet. So, before too much time slips away, here is documentation of quite a few things (that I’ll need to add to my review document at the end of the year!)

Presentations

ICTEDU – May 15, 2021 (Ireland, Virtual)

I was honored to Keynote the 2021 ICTEDU conference. My talk was titled “I’m not complaining, I’m just explaining…Reflecting on Teaching and Learning: Effective Practices and Processes in a Pandemic/” The title is an homage to my dear grandmother. My slides can be found below (and I’ll link to the recording when it is available.)

Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED)

I am still actively involved in CPED.  Along with Dr. Danah Henriksen I am co-leading the Dissertation in Practice CPED Improvement Group (CIG). In June we (re)launched the CIG – slides are below.

Service

I am the faculty co-advisor for the CIE Journal along with Dr. Josephine Marsh.  The students published an issue in May and they also worked very hard to get indexed by the DOAJ. (This work was spearheaded by Ivonne Lujano.)

I was the coordinator for the 2021 ASU EdD Doctoral Research Conference (we had almost 200 students present this year!)

I am the faculty advisor for the 2021 Scholarly Practitioner Forum and I am a member of the 2021 Convening Committee.

Publications 

I’m delighted to share this (open access) piece written with my dear colleague Ray Buss:

Buss, R. R., & Wolf, L. G. (2021). Building and sustaining community in an online EdD program. Impacting Education: Journal on Transforming Professional Practice, 6(3), 47–53. https://doi.org/10.5195/ie.2021.192

I was also approached by OneHE to create a course around improving feedback in asynchronous course environments and the course was launched in August. (You must sign into view the course.)

Improving Feedback in Asynchronous Online Courses Leigh Graves Wolf Leigh Graves Wolf Feedback in asynchronous online courses is critical as students may have limited opportunities to discuss their work with peers and teachers. This course explores how you can enrich your feedback between tasks and make good use of technology to improve student learning.

 

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