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image of a venn diagram outlining a three part digital training model A Digital Communication Training Model - As you begin to plan for your late summer and early fall training workshops that involve some digital communication education, I wanted to share some information regarding a common thread through most of my association and campus visits over the past year: training inconsistencies. Of course, folks want some salient ideas that they can share on […]

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About Ed

Dr. Ed Cabellon lives in southeastern Massachusetts with his wife and two daughters and is a native New Englander, having grown up in Rhode Island. He is a first-generation, first-born Filipino-American who has always taken on leadership roles at work, school, and in various organizations. Dr. Cabellon's passion for innovation started at a young age through his interests in technology, leadership, and organizational change. He lives an active lifestyle by training for and running in marathons and half marathons, golfing, and playing basketball.


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Speaking

Dr. Ed Cabellon is a nationally recognized speaker throughout Higher Education. Since 2007, he has spoken at nearly 100 colleges, universities, organizations, and associations as a keynote, featured speaker, or educator in residence. As a scholar-practitioner, Dr. Cabellon deeply connects with his audiences through a dynamic mix of practical experience with theoretical concepts.

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Research

Dr. Cabellon’s doctoral research focused on the historical use of digital technology by Student Affairs administrators in higher education from 2005-2015. His current research interests include innovation through strategic technological use, first-generation student retention through social networks, faculty use of digital technology to improve pedagogy, and recruitment and engagement strategies through digital communication.

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Publications

Since 2015, Dr. Cabellon published: “Student Affairs in the Digital Age”, which was a chapter he co-authored with Dr. Rey Junco for New Directions for Student Services (NDSS); “Engaging the Digital Generation“, which was an NDSS sourcebook co-edited and written with Dr. Josie Ahlquist; and “Remixing Leadership Practices with Emerging Technologies“, which was a chapter he co-authored with Dr. Paul Gordon Brown for New Directions for Student Leadership.

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