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Joseph Ugoretz (The Graduate Center (CUNY))

Joseph Ugoretz
Associate Dean of Teaching, Learning and Technology

New York, New York
UNITED STATES

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Joseph Ugoretz earned his masters degree in the Teaching of English at Columbia University Teachers college, and his doctorate in English at the City University of New York Graduate Center. He is currently Associate Dean of Teaching, Learning and Technology at Macaulay Honors College at CUNY.

Ugoretz has served as a campus coordinator for the Visible Knowledge Project, a five-year project aimed at improving the quality of college and university teaching through a focus on both student learning and faculty development in technology-enhanced environments. He has also been a participant in the Crossroads Online Institute and the Sloan-C Online Research Workshop. He has presented papers on his work in the scholarship of teaching and learning with technology at conferences including Innovations, Ed-Media, SITE, the MERLOT International Conferfence, and the CUNY Technology Forum, and published in Inquirer, Innovate, Academic Commons and Magazine Americana.

Aside from educational technology, Ugoretz’ research interests include Urban Legends and Internet Lore, Science Fiction, and Oral Performance Art (the subject of his fieldwork with pitchmen at county fairs and carnivals, and of his doctoral dissertation, The Pitchman in Print: Oral Performance Art in Text and Context).

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