Episode 04 – Rajiv Jhangiani

Lessons for Emergent Scholarship from Open Education

As part of our special series on emergent scholarship, Dr. Rajiv Jhangiani discussed the relationship of the open education movement with emergent scholarship. We discussed Rajiv’s work as a renowned scholar in the psychology discipline, and how that work in the scholarship of discovery coupled with his later faculty work in advocacy for open education, leading to administrative positions as a champion for top-down open education efforts and adoptions. What lessons can emergent scholarship learn from open education, one of the prime examples of successful emergent scholarship?


Rajiv Jhangiani is a Special Advisor to the Provost on Open Education and a Psychology Instructor at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in British Columbia. I am co-director of the Open Pedagogy Notebook and serve as an Associate Editor of Psychology Learning and Teaching and an Ambassador for the Center for Open Science. His research, practice and speaking schedule can be found at www.thatpsychprof.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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