Ed.D. Student Ben Luce published in professional journal
Benjamin Luce, a student in the University of New England’s Online Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership, was recently published in the American Journal of Distance Education.
Benjamin interviewed Bryan Alexander, a leading thinker and writer in issues of education and technology. Alexander is a senior fellow for the National Institute of Technology in Liberal Education. The two discuss many issues relating to technology and its place in modern education – including social media, MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses), history of technology in education, distance education, and much more.
For those with institutional access to the American Journal of Distance Education, the interview can be found here. Check with your library to see if you have access to the periodical – it’s a fascinating discussion on education and how Bryan’s life has shaped his thinking.
Check out Bryan Alexander’s site for more about him, and to read his writings.
About Benjamin Luce
Benjamin Luce is the Academic Dean for the Maine campuses of Kaplan University. He received an MFA from the University of Southern Maine’s Stonecoast Creative Writing program, and he has taught at the elementary, secondary, and post-secondary levels over the last decade. He is currently enrolled in the Ed.D. in Transformative Leadership program at the University of New England with an anticipated completion date of Fall 2016. Ben currently lives in Portland with his wife, Jessica, and their two cats, Buffy and Mr. Darcy.
This Student Spotlight was originally published by Matt Pettingill on February 9, 2015 on education.une.edu, a blog by the Education department at the University of New England.