Ep 162: Lauren Remenick on Researching Authors’ Experiences

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Episode: Ep 162: Lauren Remenick on Researching Authors’ Experiences
Episode pub date: 2019-06-10

On this episode, Katie is joined by Lauren Remenick, a doctoral candidate and research assistant in the Higher Education & Policy Studies PhD program at the University of Central Florida. In addition to her current research on textbook and academic authors with Dr. Kathleen P. King, Lauren’s research interests include adult learning and nontraditional students in higher education. Lauren received her Master’s degree in Forest Ecosystems & Society from Oregon State University and Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies and Psychology from Elon University. 

Segment 1: Researching Authors’ Experiences [00:00-11:18]

In this first segment, Lauren shares about a qualitative research project focused on understanding academic authors’ experiences.

In this segment, the following resources are mentioned:

Segment 2: Barriers and Supports for Academic Authors [11:19-22:08]

In segment two, Lauren offers some examples of barriers and support structures for academic authors.

In this segment, the following resources are mentioned:

Segment 3: Authorship Identity Development [22:09-32:06]

In segment three, Lauren shares what she has learned about the identity development of academic authors.

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