Pennsylvania State University, College of Education-Learning, Design, and Technology PhD
New Mexico State University, M.A.
The Evergreen State College, B.A.
Tietjen, P. & Sharma, P. (2015 accepted). Exploring meaning-making in online, open peer communities: A case study of an Ubuntu discussion forum. Annual Meeting of American Educational Research Association, April, 2015.
Sharma, P. & Tietjen P. (2015). (Under review.) Examining Patterns Of Participation and Meaning-Making In Student Blogs: A Case Study In Higher Education. American Journal of Distance Education
Pursel, B. K., Stubbs, C., Tietjen, P., & Choi, J. (Forthcoming). The Intersection of Digital Badges, Big Data and Learning at Scale. In Z. Berge & L. Muilenburg (Eds.), Digital Badges in Education: Trends, Issues, and Cases. Routledge.
Tietjen, P. & Sharma, P. (2015) (Accepted) Emergent Learning Communities as Seedbeds for Best Practices: Uncovering Insights from Teacher-Practitioner Blogs. Annual Conference of the International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE)
Asino, T. & Tietjen, P. (November, 2012). Can you add me? Examining the use of Google Docs in Knowledge Building. Annual Conference of Association of Educational Communications & Technology, Louisville, KY.
Tietjen, P. (February, 2010). Wikis: Getting beyond the hype. Pennsylvania Educational Technology Exposition & Conference, Hershey, PA.
Tietjen, P., Jung, E.J., Land, S., & Sharma, P. Supporting Self-Directed Learning in Online Environments: Implications from Investigations of Informal Social Networking Sites. (October, 2010). Annual Conference of the Association of Educational Communications & Technology, Anaheim, CA
Courses: Social Media & Learning (EdTec 498/467); Penn State University, College of Education, Learning, Design, and Technology (2010-present)
Courses: Writing for the Web; Technical Writing; Proposal Writing; University of New Mexico, Department of English (2007-2010)
Courses: Technical Writing; Business Writing; First-Year Composition; Virginia Polytechnic University, Department of English (2001-2006)