Katie Linder

Katie Linder
University of Colorado | UCD

BA, MA, PhD

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Introduction
Katie Linder currently works at Oregon State University Ecampus. Katie does research in online and hybrid teaching and learning, and faculty development.
Additional affiliations
January 2020 - present
Kansas State University
Position
  • Managing Director
August 2015 - January 2020
Oregon State University
Position
  • Research Director
January 2011 - August 2015
Suffolk University
Position
  • Managing Director

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Publications (28)
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Augmented reality is a technology that has impacted teaching and learning, and has already made its way into elementary, secondary, and higher education classrooms. The current paper discusses why augmented reality matters in the higher education context, and describes current examples of augmented reality use that can enhance teaching and learning...
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Marketing your e-learning program is a key component of its success. Although integrated marketing at most higher education institutions has become a strategic function, with staffing and resources generally housed in a centralized university marketing office, e-learning units may have different needs. In this chapter the authors discuss what you n...
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e-Learner support and retention can often be an afterthought when designing e-learning experiences. In this chapter, the authors discuss the main differences between e-learners and traditional on-campus students and share methods for thinking intentionally about the support services for e-learners. The authors outline the accreditation and policy g...
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Establishing an e-learning division can be a daunting task. In this chapter the authors offer a comprehensive overview of the steps needed to create an e-learning division that is financially viable and student-centered. Through a series of guiding questions, the authors provide information that e-learning leaders need to know about the campus cult...
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This chapter provides definitions and distinguishing characteristics of the various terms used in the context of hybrid education. The author also offers an overview of the recent literature on hybrid teaching and learning.
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Based on the author's experiences developing and implementing a multi-week hybrid course design institute, this chapter outlines the components of training—both andragogical and technological—most helpful for faculty who are planning to teach a hybrid course.
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This chapter discusses common tools and resources for building a hybrid course in a higher education setting and provides recommendations for best practices in Learning Management Systems and Open Educational Resources.
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This article reports on a national study conducted in the United States on the current institutional practices, structures, resources and policies that are needed to ensure online accessibility for all students at colleges and universities. Key findings include the need to better articulate who is responsible for online accessibility initiatives an...
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Backward design is a course creation method that encourages teachers to identify their goals for student understanding and measurable objectives for learning from the outset. In this article we explore the application of backward design to the production of scholarly articles. Specifically, we report on a writing group program that encourages group...
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One of the more challenging areas of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) research can be navigating the components of human subjects research protections implemented by the Institutional Review Board (IRB). The authors of this article, a faculty developer and a current and former research compliance coordinator, discuss the history of IRB i...
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In universities with limited doctoral-level training, departments may consider initiating their own graduate teaching training award programs. This paper presents information on how to establish such a program, and outlines a rationale for developing the award system while embracing an apprenticeship approach to doctoral-level teaching training. M...
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As a full-time administrator who directs a Center for Teaching and Learning, I do not get to teach as often as I would like. At my institution, I teach as an adjunct and will, on occasion, fill in for faculty members who are on sabbatical. When I can teach I take the opportunity to try out new ideas, pedagogical methods, and new curriculum in my co...
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Springfield. Columbine. Sandy Hook. Each school shooting in the United States is followed by a series of questions. Why does this happen? Who are the shooters? How can this be prevented? Along with parents, school officials, media outlets, and scholars, popular culture has also attempted to respond to these questions through a variety of fictional...
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As To Improve the Academy enters its 31st year, the authors of this article offer a retrospective to honor the history of the field through a timely analysis of the research published in TIA, and editorial and authorship trends for the previous three decades. Frequency distributions identify the most published authors, their institutional affiliati...
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This article addresses the dovetailing of two higher education changes impacting CTLs: the growing population of adjunct instructors and the increasing responsibility of CTLs to take on organizational development roles. Based on data collected through a needs assessment at a mid-size, urban, commuter college campus in Massachusetts, the author sugg...
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Through an application of Foucauldian theories of power and neoliberalism, this article employs an ascending analysis to identify an embedded neoliberal agenda within the documentary 2 Million Minutes. The author argues that this neoliberal agenda serves to support and maintain notions of international white supremacy as it assumes relationships be...
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Educational developers can help create a cadre of well-prepared new professionals by mentoring them during graduate study. Through an educational development intern position, we created a mentorship opportunity for graduate students interested in the field of educational development as a career opportunity. Teaching center staff, participating grad...
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In the mid -2000s, several memoirs were published that chronicled women’s weight-loss attempts or detailed the female author’s embodied experience of fatness. Because of the subject matter, some labeled this autobiographical sub-genre “the fat memoir” (see, for example, Allan). In these texts, the author chronicles his or her real life experiences...
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This article offers an analysis of how the family film Akeelah and the Bee (2006) engages in melodrama to convey particular messages of age, race, privilege, and difference. Through an application of Linda William’s five features of the melodramatic mode, the author focuses specifically on how Akeelah engages with standards of melodrama within port...
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This chapter contributes to the ongoing discussion regarding the possibilities of mentoring new professionals into the field of educational development during graduate study. After a brief literature review on structures for mentoring new professionals, the authors report on an internship model at their large research university teaching center. Th...
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Throughout the 1990s in the United States, a series of suburban school shootings perpetrated by young, white males disrupted contemporary perceptions of American youth, often a population configured in terms of ideal whiteness. While scholars from a variety of disciplines have expressed an interest in the ways in which the media portrays real life...

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Closed captioning is a central component of making courses accessible for students with disabilities. Although higher education institutions are required to caption their videos out of legal obligation, some research and anecdotal evidence suggests that captions are also impactful for learning across a wide range of student populations. However, little empirical research supports the benefits of closed captioning for a wide variety of college-level learners, particularly in fully online environments. This research is among the first to explore how students in a range of classroom environments use and perceive closed captions.