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  • Jillianne Code

    Dr. Jillianne Code (BEd, MEd, PhD) is an Assistant Professor in Media & Technology Studies Education in the Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia. Jillianne is the Undergraduate Area Coordinator of Technology, Business & ICT Education and teaches Inquiry to teacher candidates. 

    Before coming to the University of British Columbia, Jillianne was an Associate Professor of Educational Technology and Psychology in the Faculty of Education at the University of Victoria (UVic). Prior to joining UVic, Jillianne was a Post-doctoral Research Fellow at the Harvard Graduate School of Education in Assessment and Learning Technologies. 

    Find out more about Dr. Code's research team at:

    Twitter: @jilliannec

  • Rachel Ralph

    Dr. Rachel Ralph (BA, BEd, MET, PhD) is a faculty member at the Centre for Digital Media who teaches and supervises student project teams. Rachel has been an educator for over fifteen years and has worked as a digital media and curriculum consultant. At CDM, Rachel divides her focus into two areas: agile hybrid project management and user research.

    To learn connect with Rachel:

    Twitter @therachelralph

  • Kieran Forde

    Kieran is a second-year PhD student in the Department of Curriculum & Pedagogy in the Faculty of Education. Before moving to Canada, he completed a BA at the National University of Ireland, Galway and an MA from the University of Limerick in his native Ireland, and worked in China for over a decade where he delivered courses for Lambton College (Ontario), Memorial University (Newfoundland), and Northwood University (Michigan). During this time, he also worked in language assessment with the British Council in China and, later, in Nepal and India. 

    In 2019, he completed an MEd in Media and Technology Studies Education at UBC and had the opportunity to continue his research in the area of teacher professionalism and its conflicts with online reputation and the permanence of digital memory. During his time at UBC, he has enjoyed working as a facilitator for the Instructional Skills Workshop at the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology and working as a teaching assistant for the technology education cohort of the Bachelor of Education program. In May 2020, he was awarded the Faculty of Education’s Graduate Teaching Assistant Award and also appointed as the UBC Provost Office Fellow in Online Learning (Students) {}.
    : @KieranJForde