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3/26/2021Human Specialization in Design & Technology: The Current Wave for Learning, Culture, Industry and Beyond
Dr. Patricia A. Young will discuss her new book:  'Human Specialization in Design & Technology: The Current Wave for Learning, Culture, Industry and Beyond'

We are living in an age that without the human ingenuity to innovate we will cease to exist. Human Specialization exemplifies the natural, but inevitable, evolution to innovate specifically for human needs and conditions. This cultural phenomenon is being enacted across business, manufacturing, science, technology and education industries through trends such as standardization, customization, personalization and specialization. This presentation examines some key findings from the entitled book and implications for the future of design and instructional designers.
  Presenter(s): Dr. Patricia A. Young, University of Maryland Baltimore County
Bio(s): Patricia A. Young, Ph.D. is an educational technologist, professor and software developer. She is Program Director of Elementary Education and Associate Professor in the Department of Education at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. Her research examines culture and the design of information and communication technologies and the history of educational technologies designed by and for African Americans. Dr. Young developed the Culture Based Model as a novel research-based framework for building culture-based information and communication technologies. This model is documented in several articles, and her 2009 book Instructional Design Frameworks & Intercultural Models (Information Science Reference). Her research also investigates the history of educational technologies designed by and for African Americans. She built Proticy an innovative learning analytics software that improves teaching and learning in higher education. Her new book entitled Human Specialization in Design and Technology: The Current Wave for Learning, Culture, Industry and Beyond (Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group) advocates for innovation as the way to improve industry, education and human performance.
Category: Culture, Learning and Technology
Keywords: culture | design | industry