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4/23/2021Setting the Agenda of the Culture, Learning, and Technology (CLT) Division
In this panel discussion, our presenters will respond with their insight to the past, present, and a potential future for the CLT division. We will welcome audience input and participation in this highly interactive webinar.  There will be plenty of time for Q and A.  

Panel discussion questions
Who should CLT represent, both now and in the future?
What kind of perspectives on Educational Communications Technology should CLT represent?
What are the opportunities that you see arising for new scholarship, praxis and outreach efforts in this area?
What are some of the on-going scholarship, praxis and outreach efforts that should be continued?
  Presenter(s): Deepak Subramony, Kansas State University; Amy Bradshaw, University of Oklahoma: Randy Bumpers, American Association of State Colleges and Universities
Bio(s): Deepak Prem Subramony is Professor and Coordinator of Educational Technology (ET) Graduate Programs at Kansas State University's College of Education. He is also Past-President of the Culture, Learning, and Technology (CLT) Division for the Association of Educational Communications Technology (AECT). His areas of scholarly interest include social/cultural issues in ET, equitable access to ET, the impact of ET on minority and non-Western learners, as well as culturally cognizant ET practice and change management.

Amy C. Bradshaw is an Associate Professor of Instructional Design and Technology at the University of Oklahoma. Her research interests focus on equity and inclusion at the intersection of culture, learning, and technology, and critical pedagogy. She is the Vice President of Research & Publications for the  Culture, Learning, and Technology (CLT) Division for the Association of Educational Communications Technology (AECT). For more information, please visit her website: http://unpack.us/amycbradshaw/

Randy Bumpers is a Learning Experience Designer for the American Association of State Colleges and Universities He is also the President of the Foundation for Access and Educational Equity. There, he co-founded The GAP (Giving Access to the People) Project, a program aimed at bridging the equity gap for rural and minority students.
Category: Culture, Learning and Technology
Keywords: culture | agenda | AECT