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Blog 190

Blog 190

Teaching and Learning Research in Action

An Interview with Dr. Alice Kim

In our final blog post of the Fall semester, Dr . Alice Kim discusses the not-for-profit organization she founded -- Teaching and Learning Research in Action.

Watch the interview below or on YouTube.

Check out the Teaching and Learning Research in Action website here.

About the Author

Dr. Alice Kim is a SoTL researcher and course instructor, with a background in experimental psychology and cognitive neuroscience of memory and learning. She teaches a variety of psychology courses, including cognition, biological psychology, research methods, and introduction to psychology. Alice’s research is focused on factors that impact students’ learning trajectories, including student engagement, experiential education, and application of cognitive learning principles in course design. Much of Alice’s research also explores student-faculty partnerships that foster the co-creation of learning and teaching. She is an Associate Editor for the Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Outside of higher education, Alice also partners with colleagues in industry on projects related to workplace learning.