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Anastasia Morrone

School of Education

Expert Bio

Anastasia S. Morrone is dean and professor in the Indiana University School of Education at Bloomington. Her research interests focus on technology-rich, active learning environments that promote student motivation and learning. She previously served as associate vice president for learning technologies and deputy chief information officer in the Office of the Vice President for IT at Indiana University.

Morrone received her Ph.D. in educational psychology from the University of Texas at Austin and her Bachelor of Science degree in technical communication from the University of Minnesota.

Areas of Expertise

Active learning spaces, learning technologies, psychology of teaching.

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