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Kem Saichaie

Kem Saichaie is the Director of Educational Technology for the Center for Teaching and Faculty Development. He holds a Bachelor’s in Mass Communication and Journalism from Grand View University, a Masters in Mass Communication Management and Research from Ohio University, and a doctorate in Higher Educational and Student Affairs from the University of Iowa. Kem has held a number of roles at various types of postsecondary institutions, including service as faculty member, work in admissions, instructional technology support and research, and faculty development.

Kem works to help develop, design, support, and assess a number of programs that foster the thoughtful integration of technology into course curriculum and learning spaces. Specifically, Kem will work on strategic, faculty development and research initiatives around technology-enhanced learning environments (e.g., Team-Based Learning spaces).

Kem has published in a number of venues, including EDUCAUSE’s Seeking Evidence of Impact series, International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, and the New Directions in Institutional Research. His latest work is an examination of the public purposes of higher education as reflected on institutional websites, which is in press at the Journal of Higher Education. Kem’s scholarly interests include organizational identity, the marketing of higher education, emerging technology, active learning pedagogy, and learning environments. He maintains an active research agenda in these areas.

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