In this episode, the instructional designers from Arizona State University’s Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation (Celia Coochwytewa, Aaron Kraft, and Jinnette Senecal) examine the characteristics of and implications for imposter syndrome. We then discuss some of the realities of coping with imposter syndrome, and a few strategies for managing it. Today’s HOT TOPIC segment is focused on a systematic rubric for evaluating E-Learning tools in higher education.
Resources from the episode:
- Lee, K. (2018, November 8). You are not an imposter.
- Munroe, R. (n.d.). Impostor syndrome. xkcd.
- Parkman, A. (2016). The imposter phenomenon in higher education: incidence and impact. Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice, 16(1), 51-60.
- Revuluri, S. (2018, October 4). How to overcome imposter syndrome. The Chronicle of Higher Education.
- Rose Clance, R. (1985). Imposter phenomenon (IP).
- Young, V. (2020). Impostor syndrome.
- Anstey, L., & Watson, G. (2018, September 10). A rubric for evaluating E-Learning tools in higher education. EDUCAUSE Review.
- Related resources:
- Western University. (2020). eLearning toolkit.
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