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David Wicks
ORGANIZATIONSeattle Pacific University
PROFESSIONAssociate Professor, Chair of Digital Education Leadership
COUNTRYUnited States

Dr. David A. Wicks is an Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction and Chair of the Digital Education Leadership program in the School of Education at Seattle Pacific University. He has served within the educational technology community in numerous positions throughout his career including high school technology teacher, university computer science lecturer, school district technology facilitator, multimedia author and project manager for an educational technology company, and director of instructional technology for SPU. His research interests include global education, electronic portfolios, online and blended learning, learning spaces, and active learning. He is particularly interested in exploring how students and instructors perceive their experiences in digital learning environments. Dr. Wicks participates in the Northwest eLearning Community (NWeLearn), the Northwest Academic Computing Consortium (NWACC), the Online Learning Consortium (OLC), and the International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE). He serves as the Higher Education Representative on the Board of Directors for the Northwest Council on Computers in Education (NCCE), on the editorial board for the Teaching Online Pedagogical Repository (TOPR), and as the editor-in-chief for the International Dialogues on Education (IDE) Journal.

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