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Integrating Technology

Integrating Technology

Doctor of Education

Female |TORONTO, Canada

Moodle MOOC: Wanted: Home for Courses by Dr. Nancy Zingrone

25 Oct

2013 03:00 PM (CST)

This class ran for 75 minutes

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This webinar is hosted in English

Wanted Home for Courses or Teaching Potential Researchers at the Edge of Science and Spirituality Online

Dr Nancy Zingrone, a 30-year veteran in research and education in scientific parapsychology, talks about the challenges to those who wish to expose new generations of scholars and scientists to the research on seemingly psychic phenomena, on exceptional and spiritual experiences, when teaching these topics are forbidden by universities and accrediting agencies in many countries. She highlights how online education has opened a new venue for getting the history, the methods, the findings, and the passion for these topics across in an affordable way to those who want to know.

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Integrating Technology

Integrating Technology

Doctor of Education
TORONTO, Canada

Nancy L. Zingrone has a Bachelor in Arts with Honors in psychology (Mundelein College), a Masters of Science in Education (Northern Illinois University) with a teaching speciality in college-level psychology, and was a doctoral candidate in history (Duke University) with specialities in the histories of science, medicine, psychiatry, and American social history. She completed a doctorate in psychology (University of Edinburgh) in 2006 with a thesis entitled “From Text to Self: The History of Criticism and Response in the English-language Literature of Academic and Scientific Parapsychology.”

Zingrone was an Adjunct Faculty in Psychology at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago, Illinois where she courses of elementary and nonparametric statistics and introductory and research parapsychology (1979-1982). She was a Research Fellow (1982-1985) and a Visiting Scholar (1986-1993) at the Institute for Parapsychology in Durham, North Carolina (now known as the Rhine Research Center), where she conducted experimental ESP research. She has been an organizer of, and lecturer at the Summer Study Program of the Institute of Parapsychology (1983-1993, 2000) where she lectured on elementary statistics, spontaneous case research, experimental methodology and women in parapsychology.

She has served several terms on the Board of Directors of the Parapsychological Association since the early 1990s, during which times she was also the Editor of PA News. She was elected President of the Parapsychological Association for the 2000-2001 term.

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