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Education

Ph.D., Learning Design & Technology, College of Education, Wayne State University

Master of Education, Learning Design & Technology, College of Education, Wayne State University

Bachelor of Science, Business Management, College of Business, Wayne State University

Beth Bailey

Learning Experience Designer

Why I Choose to Work at Academic Innovation

Students thrive when their instructors have the tools they need to help them learn. I have a passion for supporting faculty to navigate the complexities of course design.

Current Roles/Previous Experience

As a Learning Experience Designer (LXD) in the Center for Academic Innovation, Beth approaches complex learning experience design problems collaboratively and with curiosity and compassion.

Beth completed her PhD in Learning Design & Technology in August of 2022. Beth has provided learning design support to instructors at undergraduate and graduate levels, and designed instructional materials to facilitate the transition between Learning Management Systems. Beth believes in meeting instructors where they are at, and celebrating progress at all increments.

Ask Me to Learn About

  • Gardening
  • Aerial Arts
  • Civic Engagement

Selected Publications

Baaki, J., Tracey, M., Bailey, E. “Exploring the two sides of a moment of use approach to design”, TechTrends (2023). DOI: 10.1007/s11528-022-00828-4 https://rdcu.be/dn8pY

Bailey, E. “Constructing a Well-Being: Exploring Knowledge Construction in DBT Skills Training Using Art and Activity Theory”, Doctoral Thesis, Wayne State University College of Education, May 2022. https://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=4616&context=oa_dissertations

Bailey, E., Tracey, M. “Using art to undermine epistemic injustice in DBT research”, ENGAGE! 4(1) (2022) pp. 38-38. DOI: 10.18060/26050 https://journals.iupui.edu/index.php/ENGAGE/article/download/26050/24334/50361

Baaki, J., Tracey, M., Bailey, E., Shah, S. “Graduate instructional design students using empathy as a means to an end”, Journal of Design Research 19(4-6) 2022, pp. 290 – 307. DOI: 10.1504/JDR.2021.10047541
https://www.inderscienceonline.com/doi/abs/10.1504/JDR.2021.124217