Katherine Walters

  • Clinical Assistant Professor, Instructional Technology Program Coordinator
  • Library and Information Science, UNCG
  • klwalters@uncg.edu
  • 344 SOE Building

Katherine (Katie) Walters began working at UNCG in 2022. Her teaching and research interests include: instructional design, technology integration, design for equity and inclusion, and the intersections of culture, learning, and technology. She received a BA in History and Political Science from the University of Florida, and an MEd from the University of Georgia in Learning, Design, and Technology. In December of 2022 she will receive her PhD from the University of Georgia in Learning, Design, and Technology.

There are 6 included publications by Katherine Walters :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Career orientation and perceived professional competence among clinical research coordinators 2019 23 Introduction: This study identified underlying career orientation types of clinical research coordinators (CRCs) using cluster analysis. Select career (satisfaction, engagement, and planning) and competency-related (perceived competence) information ...
The Critical Theories We Need Now: a Perspective from the CLT Graduate Student Working Group 2021 27 Graduate students from the Culture, Learning, and Technology division recently hosted a webinar on critical theories and how they may be applied in learning design and research. This article presents an introduction to some of the challenges and oppo...
Digital Urban Ethnography: A Book Review of The Digital Street [Book review] 2020 17 Jeffery Lane explores the social worlds of youth in Harlem during the digital era through his unique approach, digital urban ethnography. Researchers use this ethnographic method to understand how social lives and meanings are co-constructed within d...
Digital, Experiential, and Embodied: Reckoning with the Past in Putnam County, Georgia 2020 37 Digital Humanities in the U.S. has often focused on digital design over how humanities content might be used. Our Georgia Virtual History Project was built from the opposite direction. Rather than simply creating digitized humanities, we are dedicate...
Graduate Scholars Leadership, Engagement, and Development: Initial Design, Implementation, and Lessons Learned 2021 21 The fast-paced advances in technology and scientific knowledge in the 21st century call for learners to possess professional skills that complement their technical skills to make meaningful contributions in communities. This article introduces a cros...
Humanities Education in the U.S. Rural South: Design, Development, and Practice 2021 52 The purpose of this paper is to present the results of a humanities education project that took place in a middle school in the rural U.S. South. Through a partnership between a state university and local school system, K-12 teachers engaged in two y...