Patricia Baia, Ph.D.
- Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, State University of New York at Albany
Courses Taught at ACPHS
- Academic Reading and Writing
- Principles of Communication
- Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
- Seminar in Academic Health
- Professional and Technical Writing
- Group Communication
Curriculum and instruction specializing in: instructional technology, pedagogy, life-long learning, adult learning theory, faculty engagement and professional development, distance learning, rewards & barriers, institutional characteristics and administration, adoption models, change models, and motivation.
Garrison, G., Baia, P., Canning, J., Strang, A. (2015). An Asynchronous Learning Approach for the Instructional Component of a Dual-campus Pharmacy Resident Teaching Program. Am J Pharm Educ., v79 (2).
Baia, P. & Strang, A. (2012). An Elective Course to Promote Academic Pharmacy as a Career. Am J Pharm Educ., v76(2).
Baia, P. (2011). The Trend of Commitment: Pedagogical Quality and Adoption. S. D'Agustino (Ed.), Adaption, Resistance and Access to Instructional Technologies (pp. 273-315). Fordham University, USA: IGI Global.
Baia, P (2009). The Role of Commitment to Pedagogical Quality: The Adoption of Instructional Technology in Higher Education, ERIC, ED504055.
Baia, P. (2009). No Money for Professional Development? Go Local. Educause Quarterly Magazine, v32(2).
Baia, P. (2015). Faculty Motivations for Life-Long Learning. 45th Annual Conference of the International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning. Savannah, GA, October 15-17.
Baia, P. (2014). Self-Regulated Teaching: How are Faculty Practicing Lifelong Learning? International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association Conference, Anchorage, Alaska, May 31-June 2.
Strang, A. & Baia, P. (2014) Motivation: Why to Pharmacy Faculty pursue Additional Training in Education. 4th Annual ACPHS Research Forum, Albany, NY.
Baia, P. (2013). Creating a Resident Program in Teaching and Learning that Works. The International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association Conference, Orlando, Florida.
Strang, A. & Baia, P. (2013). Motivation: Why to Pharmacy Faculty pursue Additional Training in Education. Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network in Higher Education Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on November 6-10.
Baia, P. & Strang, A. (2012). Promoting Pedagogy and Technology Through a SoTL Collaborative Group. Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network in Higher Education Conference. Seattle, WA.
Baia, P. (2012). Professional Development Motives: Engaging Faculty to Learn. Higher Education Pedagogy Conference. ACPHS 2nd Annual Research Forum, Albany NY.
Baia, P. (2011). Mobile Devices for Teaching & Learning, hosted by ITT Technical Institute. Capital District Educational Technology Conference (CDETG).
Memberships and Affiliations
- Capital District Educational Technology Group, Founder and President
- Helping Educators Learn Pedagogy (HELP), co founder and Co director
- Capital District Library Consortium (CDLC) Board of Trustees
- Schenectady County Community College Library/Instructional Technology Advisory
- Albany Consortium for Instructional Design and Theory
- Alliance of Technology and Women
- Consortium in Instructional Technology
- Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education
- Instructor at University at Albany - Cooperative Learning and Instructional Technology
- Instructional Designer at Excelsior College - Office of Professional Development