Monica’s research focuses on how digital strategy and digital economy policies frame technology users and their digital literacy practices. She is interested in how these policies influence funding structures for adult literacy initiatives, as well as how adults’ digital literacy barriers lead to inequity and disinformation. Monica’s research is supported by an Ontario Graduate Scholarship.
- Master of Arts in Communication and Media Studies, University of Calgary
- Bachelor of Communication and Media Studies, University of Calgary
- Diploma of Print and Online Journalism, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology
Intersections of power, technology, and literacy; Digital strategy and digital economy policy; Feminist participatory qualitative research methods; Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL).
- Junior Fellow, Massey College
- Research Assistant, The eQuality Project
- Anglophone PhD Representative, Canadian Communication Association / Association canadienne de communication
- Student Representative, Conference and Convenings Committee, International Society of Scholarship and Teaching and Learning