- 51 Ways to Make Your House Pay You
- Virtual identity & online communities
- Privacy in today’s electronic world, online security & safety
- The new economy & e-commerce
- Legal rules & regulations of information use
- Information literacy
Professor Kathryn Alesandrini has taught thousands credential and masters students in Education and, more recently, the “human side of computers” to students in disciplines across the university.
She has had a significant impact on education in three key ways: stimulating students to explore the role and impact of technology in society, creating and leveraging multimedia content, and creating stimulating Webquests.
Students explore the many issues surrounding the impact of technology on modern life in the broader society in online courses that “Dr. A.” has designed and taught. Students learn about topics such as virtual identity and online communities, privacy in today’s electronic world, online security and safety, the new economy and e-commerce, legal rules and regulations of information use, information literacy and the “digital divide” and more.
Kathryn engages students with online activities and Webquests that stimulate learning and motivation. She is a major proponent of the constructivist approach to learning “Teachers Bridge to Constructivism”