Tatiana Bourlova, Ph.D (Ural State University, RF) teaches ETEC 520, and ETEC 565A in the MET program and has previously worked in the research projects, including The impact of e-learning on university campus (UBC Distance Education & Technology’s Centre for Managing and Planning Learning Environments – MAPLE, 2003-2005); Rural nurses’ experiences in the provision of maternity care (UBC Family Practice, 2005-2006); and Gendered experiences of time; Automated data transferral from online questionnaires to the statistics app SPSS (UBC Centre for Research in Women’s Studies and Gender Relations, 2001-2003). Her current research interests include impact analysis and digital modeling, critical studies in technology and social impacts of technological solutions, instructional design and online educational experiences.