Kylie A. Peppler is an Assistant Professor in the Learning Sciences Program at Indiana University, Bloomington. As an artist by training, Peppler engages in research that focuses on the intersection of arts education, media, literacy, and new technologies. A Dissertation-Year Fellowship from the Spencer Foundation as well as a UC Presidential Postdoctoral Fellowship has supported her work in these areas. Current research projects center on the media arts practices of urban, rural, and (dis)abled youth in order to better understand and support literacy, learning, and the arts in the 21st Century.
Peppler's recent work has or will appear in the Cambridge Journal of Education, Teachers College Record, as well as Learning, Media, and Technology. In addition, she has a new co-edited book coming out in 2009 through Teachers College Press tentatively titled, The Computer Clubhouse: Creativity and Constructionism in Youth Communities.
Last updated: November 2008
Assistant Professor of Learning Sciences
Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology
Indiana University | School of Education
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