Katy Campbell, PhD, MEd, BEd

Professor, Faculty of Arts - Womens & Gender Studies

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Contact

Professor, Faculty of Arts - Womens & Gender Studies
Email
katy.campbell@ualberta.ca
Address
Assiniboia Hall
9137 116 St NW
Edmonton AB
T6G 2E7

Overview

Area of Study / Keywords

instructional design engagement scholarship gender and technology


About

Katy Campbell was born, raised and educated in Edmonton, and received her PhD (1994) in Instructional Studies from the University of Alberta. Her doctoral research involved a narrative study of a collaborative instructional design process as a socially transformative practice.

Dean Emeritus of the Faculty of Extension (2009-2019), she has worked as an instructional designer in the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta (1983-93), as Assistant Professor in the College of Education at the State University of New York College at Geneseo (1993-95), and as a designer of distance programs at Keewatin Community College in Manitoba, Canada (1995-96). She is currently a Professor in Women's and Gender Studies.

A besotted grandmother, Katy lives at Ma-Me-O Beach with one husband, three dogs and two cats.


Research

Dr. Campbell works with feminist narrative inquiry and autoethnography as method and artifact to understand instructional design practice and identity transformation from stories of practice of designers in higher education settings. She currently explores design meaning through the use of metaphors. She also collaborates with Dr. David Peacock on the research study "Institutionalizing University-Community Engagement: Sociocultural Impacts". The study explores the identity development of engaged and engagement actors (students, faculty, staff, leaders, community partners) and social and cultural dimensions of the theory and practice of university-engagement praxis in HE settings in Canada, Australia, the U.S., and the U.K.



Teaching

Dr. Campbell teaches in, and accepts graduate students from, the Master of Arts in Communications and Technology (MACT), specializing in design (e.g. learning design, user-centred design), as well as from Media and Technology and Women's Studies, particularly those interested in narrative inquiry. She has worked with dozens of master and doctoral students from across the University of Alberta and at other institutions, including several in Malaysia, Australia, and the U.S.


Courses

COMM 597 - Topics in Communications and Technology

An elective course on selected topics in communications and technology.


COMM 598 - Directed Study in Communications and Technology

An elective course to be completed under the direction of a faculty member. Requires the approval of the Director. Offered by asynchronous Internet communication.


GSJ 502 - Gender Research Workshop

Advanced study of interdisciplinary research on gender and feminist scholarship.


GSJ 598 - Special Topics - Topics in Gender and Social Justice Studies

Special topics will vary.


GSJ 900 - Directed Research Project

Capping project.


GSJ 903 - Directed Research Project

Research activity equivalent to *3 for registration status and fee assessment purpose.


GSJ 906 - Directed Research Project

Research activity equivalent to *6 for registration status and fee assessment purpose.


GSJ 909 - Directed Research Project

Research activity equivalent to *9 for registration status and fee assessment purpose.


WGS 498 - Special Topics

Prerequisite: Any 100 or 200 level WGS or W ST course, or departmental consent.


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