Kimberly Rehak, a Curriculum and Instruction doctoral candidate from Professional Studies in Education, had two publications released in October 2022.

The first is a chapter in the book Exploring Ethical Problems in Today’s Technological World. Her chapter, “Privacy and Data Rights for Adult English as a Second Language (ESL) Students”, explores EdTech ethical concerns and the data privacy and rights of ESL and international students at higher education institutions. 

The second publication is a blog post called “How and Why to Use Asynchronous Videos in Your Online Courses,” which appeared in the Faculty Focus newsletter and website.

Department of Professional Studies in Education