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Associate faculty

Environment & Sustainability

Shandell Houlden is an interdisciplinary cultural theorist, writer and communication specialist. Her work uses feminist, creative and anti-colonial methods to examine topics in internet and media studies as well as education technology. With an expertise in social and environmental justice, she publishes across disciplines, including in education, health communication, and media studies, and teaches using flexible and open design to facilitate equitable access to learning.

Experience

Houlden is a postdoctoral researcher at 企鹅电竞查询v6.9 安卓版. Her work focuses on COVID-19 misinformation and health communication strategies, as well as education futures in a post-COVID-19 and climate emergency world. She is a volunteer member with the Sooke Climate Action Committee as well as a volunteer with local nature connection communities that work with both youth and adults, which inform her practices as an educator.

 

Education

2019
PhD in English and Cultural Studies

McMaster University

2015
Graduate Certificate in Creative Writing

Humber College

2014
MA in Interdisciplinary Studies

University of British Columbia (Okanagan)

2012
BA in Creative Writing

University of British Columbia (Okanagan)

Publications

Houlden, S., Hodson, J., Veletsianos, G., Thompson-Wagner, C., & Reid, D. (2021). “Inoculating  an Infodemic: An ecological approach to understanding engagement with COVID-19 online information.” American Behavioral Scientist .

Houlden, S., Hodson, J., Veletsianos, G., Reid, D., & Thompson, C.P. 2021. “The health belief model:  How public health can address the misinformation crisis.” Public Health in Practice, 2 , 1000152.

Houlden, S., Hodson, J., Veletsianos, G., Gosse, C., Lowenthal, P., Dousay, T., & Hall, N.C. 2021.  Support for Scholars Coping with Online Harassment: An Ecological Framework.”  Feminist Media Studies . Online First.

Gosse, C., Veletsianos, G., Hodson, J., Houlden, S. , Dousay, T., Lowenthal, P., & Hall, N.C. 2021.  “The Hidden Costs of Connectivity: Nature and Effects of Scholars’ Online Harassment.” Learning Media and Technology . Online First.

Veletsianos, G. & Houlden, S. 2020. Radical flexibility and relationality as responses to education in  times of crisis.” Postdigital Science and Education , 2(3), 849-862.  

Veletsianos, G. & Houlden, S. 2019. “ Flexible Learning Over the Last 40 Years of Distance Education.”  Distance Education 40(4): 454-468.

Houlden, S., & Veletsianos, G. 2019. “ A Posthumanist Critique of Flexible Online Learning and its  ‘Anytime Anyplace’ Claims.” British Journal of Education Technology 50(3): 1005-1018.

Veletsianos, G., Houlden, S., Hodson, J., & Gosse, C. 2018. “ Women scholars’ experiences with online  harassment and abuse: Self-protection, resistance, acceptance, and self-blame.” New Media and Society 20(12): 4689-4708.

Hodson, J. Gosse, C., Veletsianos, G., & Houlden, S. 2018. “I Get by With a Little Help from My  Friends: An Ecological Model of Support for Women Scholars Experiencing Online Harassment.” First Monday 23(8), 1-16.