Episode 02 – Bonnie Stewart

Networked Identity & Scholarship, The Future of Peer Review

As part of our special series on emergent scholarship, Dr. Bonnie Stewart of The University of Windsor (Canada) discussed her research of networked publics and the intersectionality between the activity of a scholar and the production and dissemination of scholarship. In this we discussed the difficulties for more traditional practitioners and accreditory bodies to engage the scholarship coming from these domains, in part because of the incongruence between historical models of scholarship production and emergent forms of communication and collaboration.


Bonnie Stewart is an Assistant Professor of Online Pedagogy and Workplace Education at the University of Windsor. In an era of rapid change and increasing complexity, Bonnie’s work investigates the intersections of knowledge, technology, and identity within educational programming and policy. Her administrative, scholastic and blogging work can be found at bonstewart.com

About Rolin
Assistant Professor & Director of EdTech & Media at Seattle Pacific University. Consultant w/ RAM TEC. Work with faculty, teach students, explore non-formal learning spaces (Galleries, Libraries, Archives, Museums)

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