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Media Arts: Arts Education for a Digital Age


by Kylie A. Peppler - 2010


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 112 Number 8, 2010, p. 2118-2153
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15945, Date Accessed: 7/23/2019 1:32:58 AM
 
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  • Kylie Peppler
    Indiana University, Bloomington
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    KYLIE A. PEPPLER is Assistant Professor in the Learning Sciences Program at Indiana University, Bloomington. As a visual and new media artist by training, Peppler engages in research that focuses on the intersection of arts, new technologies, and informal learning. A Dissertation-Year Fellowship from the Spencer Foundation as well as a UC Presidential Postdoctoral Fellowship supported her early work in these areas. Peppler's recent work has appeared in the Cambridge Journal of Education, Learning, Media and Technology, E-Learning, and the International Journal of Learning and Media. She also has a new co-edited book titled, The Computer Clubhouse: Constructionism and Creativity in Youth Communities (Teachers College Press, 2009). Currently, Peppler is a co-PI on two studies funded by the National Science Foundation (CIS# 0855868/0855773/0855886 and CIS# 0855852) on creativity in youth online communities as well as a PI on a grant from the Catherine T. and John D. MacArthur Foundation to develop a curriculum to foster systems thinking using new design technologies in schools and after-school settings.
 
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