Assistant professor and M.S.Ed, program director in Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education at the University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
Tori Svoboda spent 25 years as a college administrator before becoming a full-time faculty member six years ago. Her teaching and research interests are focused on social identities and inequities in higher education. A former skeptic of online learning, Tori teaches mostly online now, engaging in research about faculty perceptions of, and student experiences with, online graduate education. She is an experienced presenter, educator, and consultant, focusing on how traditional college practices alienate working class and first-generation students.
|August 7, 2019||3:30 – 4:15 pm||“Stop Giving Me Busy Work!” Why Online Discussions Can Be A Drag for students And Instructors Alike, And What You Can Do About It.|