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ISADORA MOK-KULAKOVA & LAURA PERISSINOTTI



Expert Voices:

Isadora and Laura work for the Taylor Institute of Teaching and Learning and provide valuable information on Universty of Calgary approved resources, tools, and technologies.




Profiles

Isadora Mok-Kulakova

Isadora holds a BA in psychology and a BEd from the University of Calgary. Her interest in adult training led Isadora to complete a master’s degree in education, specializing in educational technology. She was the IT department’s e-learning specialist for seven years before transferring to the Teaching & Learning Centre, now the Taylor Institute for Teaching & Learning, in April 2014.

Online Learning Environment Lead: As the online learning environment lead, Isadora facilitates the use of technologies to enhance learning and teaching. Her role entails working collaboratively with faculty, students, staff and administrators at the University of Calgary to enrich learning experiences. Isadora supports the use of university technology platforms such as D2L and Adobe Connect, through consultation, training and troubleshooting.


Laura Persissinotti

Laura holds a PhD in Physical Chemistry and completed a postdoc at the University of Calgary in the field of Biophysics (Centre for Molecular Simulation, BioSciences Department, Faculty of Science). Laura worked as a Learning Technology Coach for the Faculty of Science during her time as a postdoctoral scholar.

Learning Technologies Specialist: As a Learning Technologies Specialist, Laura provides a range of support and resources around technology integration. She supports faculty and staff who are interested in using technology to help transform students’ learning experience. She organizes and runs workshops and one-on-one consultations with interested faculty and staff members on a wide range of projects involving technology — everything from using D2L more completely, teaching online using technology, or producing videos — to support their teaching






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