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Elizabeth Haslam

Elizabeth Haslam, Ph.D.

Associate Clinical Professor
elizabeth.l.haslam@drexel.edu
215-895-1277

Program Affiliation:

M.S., Learning Technologies
Ph.D., Educational Leadership and Learning Technologies


Education:

Ph.D. and M.S., University of Pennsylvania
B.A., Ursinus College

Areas of Expertise:

Designs for learner-centered pedagogies and emerging technologies, reflective practice, qualitative research methods, scenario simulations for situated learning, and design research

Research Interests:

  • New media and innovations for learning
  • Digital video case studies
  • Game-based learning
  • Faculty development across the curriculum

Professional Experience:

  • Official Member, Editorial Review Board for Current Issues in Teacher Education CITE Journal, AACE, 2005 - current
  • Drexel University, School of Education, Fulltime faculty member, 1993 – current
  • Strategic Management Group, Inc. – Director, Learning Technologies Group 1988 – 93
  • School District of Philadelphia, English teacher and Dept. Head, Certified in English/History

Publications:

  • Haslam, E. (September 2012). "Fostering Innovation through Prototyping." The American Creativity Association Conference and Proceedings, Philadelphia, PA
  • Haslam, E. and Misra, R. (October 18 - 21, 2011). (Peer Reviewed). "The Role of Experience in E-Learning: A Holistic Design Framework." Conference Presentation and Proceedings, E-Learn Conference, Honolulu, HI.
  • Haslam, E., Fritz, M. and Kozloski, K. (2007). “Systems Oriented Leadership Panel Presentation at the SITE Conference and Proceedings, March, 2007, Orlando, FL
  • Haslam, E. and Dugan, M. (Peer Reviewed). (2006). “Digital Video Case Studies: A Transformational Tool in Improving Teaching Practice and Student Learning.” SITE Conference and Proceedings, March, 2006, Orlando, FL
  • Haslam, E. (Peer reviewed). 2005. “A Design Experience for Creating Scenario Simulations.” Proceedings. E-Learn Conference. Vancouver CA. October 24-28.
  • Haslam, E. “Effective Teaching and Learning Strategies,” New Faculty Orientation, Drexel University, Sept. 2007 - 09
  • Haslam, E., Fritz, M. and Kozloski, K. (2007). “Systems Oriented Leadership Panel Presentation at the SITE Conference and Proceedings, March, 2007, Orlando, FL
  • Haslam, E. Conducted a 3 –day Conference for 32 teachers in Casablanca, Morocco, Developing Understanding with Technology. Hosted by the Ministry of Education - funded by IREX, April 1 – 4, 2008