School of Nursing and Health Studies

Baaska Anderson, Lecturer

Baaska Anderson

Baaska Anderson, Ph.D., M.Ed., B.S.

Baaska Anderson is a native Mongolian. She has a Masters in Educational Technology and a PhD in Higher Education in the USA. In addition to teaching at the University of Washington in Bothell, she teaches and supervises in the education doctorate program at the University of Liverpool and consults with graduate students and academics on research design/methods and statistics.


Baaska’s scholarship has focused primarily on graduate education and educational technology, while her methodological interest and expertise lies primarily in quantitative methods.


University of North Texas
  • PhD Higher Education/Learning Technology
Texas Tech University
  • M. Ed. Educational Technology
Excelsior College
  • BS Psychology/Education
Central China Normal University
  • Psychology & Cultural Studies
National University of Mongolia
  • International Affairs/Chinese Study








Courses Taught


  • Computer Applications
  • Computers in the Classroom
  • Becoming Doctoral Practitioner
  • Learners and Learning
  • Educational Research Methods
  • Statistics
  • Values in Educational Research and Practice
  • Leadership, Policy and Institutional Change
  • Doctoral Development Plan
  • Critically Reflective Practice