Dr. Dianne Conrad

Dr. Dianne Conrad

Dr. Dianne Conrad

Retired Independent Scholar




Now retired, Dianne Conrad was a practicing adult and distance educator for over 35 years at several universities in Canada.  During this time, she  developed and taught undergraduate and graduate courses, coordinated and managed undergraduate and graduate programs in adult and distance education and communications; and developed and directed the prior learning assessment process at Athabasca University, Canada's open university. She served as co-editor of the International Review of Open and Distributed Learning; and also served on several international editorial boards in the ODL field.  Her research interests include the fields of distance, adult, continuing, professional, and online learning; open learning and OER; e-portfolios and the recognition and assessment of prior learning. Since retirement, she has published five books, including the recent open-published Research, Writing, and Creative Process in Open and Distance Education: Tales from the Field.  

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