A Tapestry of Educational Technology Women Leaders in Higher Education: A Qualitative Study

Session Description
A qualitative study was used to understand the experiences of twelve Women Education Technology Leaders in Higher Education. Through the interviews, women leaders described the environment as well as personal and behavioral aspects of their work. Findings included the descriptive concepts of relationships, leadership, persistence, and advice. Relationships were from workplaces and professional networks, leadership was defined by vision and teamwork, persistence was addressed by either values-based or through relationship-based. The fourth thread advice was divided into three sub-threads: educational, family (both personal and work) and managing emotions. A qualitative approach was used to highlight interview responses to demonstrate the experiences of Women Education Technology Leaders in Higher Education.
Jane Overmoe
Jane Overmoe, United Tribes Technical College, ND
Dr. Jane Braaten Overmoe completed her doctorate after working as an instructional designer as well as a classroom teacher for three decades. She is veteran of 100 plays and musicals, mom to three and grandma to two lively grandsons.
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45-Minute Interactive Session
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