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  • Feminist-Oriented, Mixed Methods Action Research
  • Going Beyond Trees and Rhizomes: How Biomimicry Can Inform Collaborative and Multi-Disciplinary Learning in the Digital Age
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    Feminist Critical Digital Pedagogy

    An Open Book
    Suzan Koseoglu

    University of Greenwich

    Dr. Suzan Koseoglu is a Lecturer in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education at the University of Greenwich (UK). Suzan's research and writing focuses on feminist pedagogy, critical pedagogy and open education. Her works include 30 Years of Gender Inequality and Implications on Curriculum Design in Open and Distance Learning (published by JIME), Access as Pedagogy: A Case for Embracing Feminist Pedagogy in Open and Distance Learning (published by AJDE), and My Story: A Found Poem Reflecting the Voice of Women Studying in Open Education Programs in Turkey (presented at OER19, UK).
    George Veletsianos

    Royal Roads University, Canada

    Dr. George Veletsianos is Professor and Canada Research Chair in Innovative Learning and Technology at Royal Roads University. His research focuses on three strands: (1) design, development, and evaluation of online and blended learning environments, (2) the study of learning experiences and participation in emerging online environments, and (3) learning futures.

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