Grace Y. Choi (Ph.D., University of Missouri) is an Assistant Professor in the Communication Department, focusing on social media at Columbia College Chicago. Her research and teaching interests include social media, digital literacy education, creativity, media effects, STEM/STEAM, and media psychology. Grace’s work is primarily focused on digital literacy education that closely examines how the creative use of social media can have substantial educational effects in terms of increasing technical skills, efficacy, and diverse representation. She earned her B.A. in Communication from the University of Illinois at Chicago, M.A. in Media and Cinema Studies from DePaul University, and Ph.D. in Mass Media from the University of Missouri.
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- J. Derrida
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