|Program|| Bachelor of Community and Criminal Justice
|Academic and Professional Designations||
PhD Social/Developmental Psychology - Wilfrid Laurier University
M.A. Social/Developmental Psychology - Wilfrid Laurier University
|Areas of Expertise & Interest||
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|Major Research Projects, Scholarly Activities, and/or Publications||
Archer, K., Christofides, E., Nosko, A., & Wood, E. (2013). Exploring disclosure and privacy in a digital age: Risks and benefits. In Handbook of Psychology, Technology and Society. Wiley Blackwell Publishing.
Nosko, A., & Wood, E. (2011). Learning in the digital age with social networking sites: Creating a profile. In White, B., King, I., & Tsang, P. (Eds.), Social Media Tools and Platforms. Springer Publications.
Nosko, A., Wood, E., & Molema, S. (2010). All about me: Disclosure in online social networking profiles: The case of FACEBOOK. Computers in Human Behavior, 26, 406-418.
Mueller, J., Sider, S., Fitzgerald, C., Nosko, A., & Fanjoy, L. (May, 2015). Building Personalized Communities of Learners with Authentic Interactive Pedagogy in an Online Environment. Paper presented at the Integrated and Engaged Learning Conference (IELC), Waterloo, Ontario.
Hughes, S., Barichello, A., & Nosko, A. (October, 2014). Online Course Development at Ground Level: One Institution’s Approach. E-poster presented to Online Learning Conference (SLOAN), Orlando, FL.
Nosko, A. To Tell or Not to Tell, The Case of Facebook: Predictors of Disclosure and Privacy Settings Usage in an Online Social Networking Site. Presented at the Psychology Colloquia, University of Windsor, February 17, 2011.
Nosko, A. Learning in the Digital Age: Risks and Benefits of Social Media. Presented at the Kitchener Public
|Additional Information||I am well versed in online, hybrid and face to face teaching. I strive to integrate online tools and technologies into my teaching and hope to engage my students through use of pedagogically appropriate methods.