As part of the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Digital Scholarship Planning Webinar Series, I presented a talk, “Beyond Tech: A Pedagogical Approach to Incorporating Digital Projects in the Classroom,” for a session on Initiatives for Teaching & Learning.
The Need In May 2020, I was approached by Joan Saab, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs at the University of Rochester. She was tasked with thinking about ways to help faculty prepare for the fall semester in the wake of the rapid shift to online learning that took place in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Faculty pivoted quickly to using Zoom and other online […]
At Bucknell University, Theatre 240 students traditionally compile Director’s Books for two projects during their semester: a short scene and then a longer production. As part of Library and Information Technology’s 2015 Beginning Digital Pedagogy workshop–a workshop that I created and ran–Professor Anjalee Hutchinson designed a template for her students to create their director’s books using WordPress. The template provides instructions and rubrics for each […]
The documents for this digital essay assignment were created for a second year integrative perspectives course, UNIV200.09 “Visual Literacies in a Digital World.” The course was taught in the spring of 2016. Throughout this Integrative Perspectives course–taught by two faculty from different disciplines–students explored what it means to be a visually literate person in a digital age. In the second half of the semester, students created […]
At Bucknell University as part of a Library and Information Technology Mellon Summer Curricular grant, Art History Professor Janice Mann worked with me to redesign her ARTH 373 “The West Encounters the Rest.” The class examined what happens to the visual arts when European cultures encounter those in other parts of the globe. Moving chronologically from the 15th to the early 20th century, ARTH373 explored how […]
The documents for this digital essay assignment were created for a first year composition course, ENGL101.05 “Bot or Not: Technology, Identity, Autonomy.” The course was taught in the fall of 2015. The digital essay assignment was based on Donna Haraway’s “Cyborg Manifesto” in which she argues that we are all cyborgs. After spending a week reading and discussing Haraway’s text, the students did an in class-writing exercise where […]