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Daphne Jorgensen

Assistant Dean for Communications, Student Services & Online Education

The World Within Reach
Daphne Jorgensen
Assistant Dean/Adjunct Faculty
 

College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Department: Office of the Dean, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences

Address:
DR 116
Phone:
518-956-8244

 

Education

  • Department of Educational Theory & Practice, School of Education, University at Albany, Curriculum and Instruction, Specialization: Instructional Theory, Design and Technology, Ph.D. expected 2018

  • CAS, Department of Educational Theory & Practice, School of Education, University at Albany, Curriculum and Instruction, Specializations: Instructional Theory, Design and Technology, and Language in Education, 2012

  • MLS, School of Information Science and Policy, University at Albany, Library Science, School Library Media Specialization, 2001; Public Librarian Certification, 2009

  • BA, Biblical Studies, American Bible College & Seminary, Magna Cum Laude, 1999

Research Interests

Online pedagogy; faculty attitudes towards online teaching and learning; faculty adoption of online teaching; language in education; dialogic classroom; social, cognitive, and instructional presence in the computer mediated classroom 

Publications

Jorgensen, D. (2004). Teaching in a classroom without walls: What it takes to cultivate a rich online learning community. In D. Andersen (Ed.). Digital scholarship in the tenure, promotion, and review process: A primer. New York: M.E. Sharpe, Inc.  

Jorgensen, D. (2002). The challenges and benefits of asynchronous learning networks.  In H. Iyer (Ed.). Distance learning: Information access and services for virtual users. New York: The Haworth Information Press. Also in Reference Librarian, 37(77).