Megan Mize earned her PhD in English Studies from Old Dominion University where she is the Director for ePortfolios and Digital Initiatives in the Center for High Impact Practices (CHIP). She has over ten years of experience with developing and supporting ePortfolios and related digital exercises.. Currently, her research interests include digital ethics and ePortfolio composition, extended reality (XR) use as an emerging high-impact practice, and GIFs as cultural and rhetorical artifacts. Her work appears in Peitho, Field Guide, and In Media Res.
M.A. in English Literature, Old Dominion University, (2006)
B.A. in English Literature, The College of William & Mary, (2004)
- Master Advisors Certification
- Sponsoring Organization: ODAN
- Date Obtained: 2014-12-13
Digital Pedagogy, ePortfolios, GIFs
- 2014: Old Dominion University Graduate Leader of the Year Award: Spring 2014, SEES