Dr. Zoi Tsiviltidou is a full-time teacher at Pinewood the American International School of Thessaloniki (Greece). She is the holder of an award-winning Ph.D. in Museum Education (United Kingdom), the UNESCO Chair MA in Cultural Policy and Arts Management (France), and a BA in English Language and Literature (Greece). Her research interests include digital storytelling, digital literacy, astronomy, museums and heritage sites for history, social studies, geography, and anthropology. She has taught in primary, secondary, and higher education (Iceland, UK, Sweden, USA, and Greece) and her work has been published in peer-reviewed journals (Museological Review, Museum and Society, Museum Education, Journal of Human Computing, Narrativity Journal, Inclusive Museum, Contemporary Poetry) and conference proceedings (ICAME, mLearn, IMCL, HELAAS, ICALT, and ENCATC). For different initiatives and action research, she has received numerous grants and scholarships (Bal-Adria, Wellcome Trust, CSSAH Fund, BSRS, US Embassy, Fulbright Foundation, SINS, AUF, and IEFE). Her personal interests include studying astronomy, playing tennis, and running charity marathons.
CV updated on 2022-10-01.