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Ted M. Coopman (Ph.D. University of Washington) is a lecturer in the Department of Communication Studies as well as a Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Communication, University of Louisville, Kentucky. He developed university wide programs to train faculty on Canvas and served as a Faculty Consultant for Academic Technology at San José State University from 2012 to 2015. Ted attended his first Instructurecon in 2012 and presented in 2014 and 2015. His research and on free radio, media-based collective action, activist's use of technology, and media theory is informed by his own experiences as an activist. Dr. Coopman’s research has appeared in Critical Studies in Media Communication, First Monday, New Media and Society, the Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, the Journal of Radio Studies, the American Communication Journal, 2nd Internet Research Annual, and Political Communication as well as in the edited volumes Representing Resistance: Media, Civil Disobedience, and the Global Justice Movement (Greenwood), and the award winning Communication Activism, Vol. 2 (Hampton Press). He has presented his research internationally, earning five top paper awards. Dr. Coopman has taught eighteen different courses in traditional, online and hybrid formats.
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