Discovering Informal Learning Cultures of Blind Individuals Pursuing STEM Disciplines: A Quantitative Ethnography Using Listserv Archives

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Abstract

This study is proposed to discover the collective knowledge sharing patterns and informal learning cultures of blind individuals pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines captured through computer-mediated mailing listservs. Using the world largest online mailing lists for the blind, this research will conduct longitudinal quantitative ethnography for the three STEM-oriented listserv archives between December 2008 and December 2018, to develop a comprehensive understanding of learning experiences voiced by blind individuals.

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In The First International Conference on Quantitative Ethnography

This work has been presented in the First International Confrence on Quantitative Ethnography, and awarded The Cengage Fellowship.

JooYoung Seo
JooYoung Seo
Ph.D. Candidate (ABD) in Learning, Design, and Technology

My research topics include STEM education, computational thinking and accessible makerspaces.

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