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My commitment to collaboration and shared leadership has resulted in collective vision and action: a virtual university, a new college, business intelligence/academic analytics initiatives, and numerous inter-institutional partnerships. Spurred by networked learning, my focus on connectivism as a theoretical framework has resulted in research on augmented and embodied technologies, intercultural connectivism, and professional learning networks.

Lynn Lewis

Lucy Johnson

Lucy Johnson is a Doctoral Candidate in Rhetoric and Composition at Washington State University. Her research focuses on visual and digital rhetoric, tracing early contact-era Latin American rhetoric and contemporary visual literacy and hybrid composing through the lens of decolonial theory. Prior to pursuing her PhD, she earned her MA in English Pedagogy at Northern Michigan University, focusing on the application of multimodal pedagogy within first-year composition.

Alexander Champoux

Sandra Nelson

Joshua Wood

Megan Opperman

Amanda Presswood

Jessica Beckett

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