Dr. Theresa Redmond

Dr. Theresa Redmond is an award-winning teacher, widely-published scholar, and creative maker with expertise in media literacy, curriculum design, educational technology, and the arts. Her primary role is Professor of Media Studies at Appalachian State University where she teaches face-to-face, online, and blended courses across undergraduate and graduate programs.

Theresa's research examines preparation and participation in the context of new media literacies including digital and media literacies, expressive inquiry through remix, ecomedia literacy, and arts-based pedagogies.

Theresa presents at regional, national, and international conferences and publishes in peer-reviewed journals and edited collections such as the Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, Media Education Research Journal and more. Along with traditional products of research, she actively engages in creative scholarship through a/r/tography and other visual arts methodologies alongside original media production and curriculum projects.

She is a member of the National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE). Additionally she's held multiple leadership positions, including board member of the International Council for Media Literacy (2021-Present); editorial board member for the Journal of Media Literacy Education (2019-Present); and advisory board member of Mapping Impactful Media Literacy Practices (MML) Project (2020-2021).

Theresa has been recognized for her work, receiving many accolades including 2022 UNC Board of Governors Teaching Award Winner, School/College Award; 2022 Community of Practice Award Reich College of Education– The Creativity Collaborative; 2019 Outstanding Volunteer Award of National Association for Media Literacy Education; and 2019 Outstanding Teaching Award Reich College of Education.

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Selected Publications

  • Redmond, T. (2022). Sparking learning through remix journaling: Authenticating participatory ways of knowing. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 65( 4), 343– 353. https://doi.org/10.1002/jaal.1214
  • Redmond, T. (2022). The art of audiencing: Visual journaling as a media education practice. Journal of Media Literacy Education, 14(1), 137-152. https://doi.org/10.23860/JMLE-2022-14-1-10
  • Redmond, T., Adams, T., & Hash, P. (2022). Equity through expression: Media literacy, creativity, and arts-based pedagogy. In De Abreu, B.S. (Ed.). Media Literacy, Equity, and Justice (1st ed.). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003175599
  • Redmond, T. & Henson, J. (2020). The transcendent power of remix: Cultivating creativity, story, and student voice in online learning. In Ferdig, R.E., Baumgartner, E., Hartshorne, R., Kaplan-Rakowski, R. & Mouza, C. (Eds). (2020). Teaching, Technology, and Teacher Education During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Stories from the Field. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).
Title: Professor, Media Technology and Learning Design
Department: Department of Media, Career Studies, and Leadership Development

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Phone: (828) 262-2239

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