Teaching

Teaching

I am a member of the DH Graduate Certificate Board and co-teach the required capstone course for the Certificate, the DH Graduate Studio. My teaching experience includes workshops on Digital Scholarship, Digital Humanities, Data Curation, and Digital Curation; integrated teaching of skills and theory for these within other for-credit courses; guest lecturing on these in for-credit courses; creating documentation to support teaching digital scholarship and data curation with project-based coursework; mentoring interns and serving on the internship program for the Libraries.

Recent Teaching Activities

Spring 2017: HUM 6836, Digital Humanities Graduate Studio Course

Representative for the Libraries and contributing collaborative member of the Digital Humanities Certificate Working Group, now the DH Certificate Board, who designed and gained approval for the course. Co-teaching the DH Studio with Elizabeth Dale, Professor of History and Law, Spring 2017: <http://digitalhumanities.group.ufl.edu/dh-graduate-certificate/dh-studio/>. 

Summer 2016-Spring 2017: Interns:

Two proposals awarded for paid graduate student internships:

Spring 2016: HUM 6836, Digital Humanities Graduate Studio Course

Representative for the Libraries and contributing collaborative member of the Digital Humanities Certificate Working Group, now the DH Certificate Board, who designed and gained approval for the course. Co-taught the DH Studio with Elizabeth Dale, Professor of History and Law, Spring 2016. Course information: <http://digitalhumanities.group.ufl.edu/dh-graduate-certificate/dh-studio/>. 

2014 – 2016: Workshops & Trainings

2014 – 2015: Workshops & Trainings

Fall 2014: Independent Study

Fall 2013: Independent Study

  • Instructor/supervisor for a for-credit graduate independent study on digital scholarship with the Center for Women’s Studies & Gender Research.

Fall 2013 – Spring 2016: Course Planning and Instruction

Liaising with Subject Specialist Librarians and others to support the collaborative class taught simultaneously at 3 institutions in Fall 2013 (UF, University of Miami, and Amherst College; UF lead, Leah Rosenberg), at UF only in Spring 2014, and at 4 institutions in spring 2016 (adding the University of the West Indies, Cavehill, Barbados) building on and with the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC). Syllabi and other course materials in dLOC: <http://dloc.com/digital/panamasilver>. 

Spring-Fall 2013: Training Courses & Workshops

  • Fall 2013: Liaising, coordinating, and facilitating training in support of the Data Task Force, Digital Humanities Working Group, and others.
  • Spring 2013: Liaising, coordinating, and facilitating training in support of the Digital Humanities Working Group. Training in Spring 2013 includes: Online Exhibits and Omeka, EVIA Digital Archive, GIS, and Zotero and citation management tool integration.

Spring-Fall 2013: Data Management/Curation Task Force

  • Liaising, coordinating, and facilitating training sessions in support of the Data Management/Curation Task Force.
  • Liaising, coordinating, and facilitating: “SobekCM Training Series for Curators and Collection Managers: Trainings One-Four.” Live and webinars. University of Florida and SobekCM users worldwide. Fall 2013. Proposed for ASERL in 2014. <http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00019186/>.

Spring 2013: Preserving History (HIS4944)

Co-teaching course with course designers: Jim Cusick, John Nemmers, and Flo Turcotte.  Created new digital collection for teaching materials and student products for course (http://ufdc.ufl.edu/preservinghistory), supporting digital project and activities for the class, and collaboratively planning ways to expand and further integrate digital scholarship and research practices with the course materials and products.

Spring 2013: Intern

Instructor/supervisor for a for-credit graduate internship using the UF Digital Collections.

Teaching Prior to the Libraries

I taught multiple sections of writing courses (first year, ENC 1101, 1102; “Advanced Writing for Accounting Graduate Students,” ENC 5326) and media studies and production courses (“Writing Through Media,” ENG 1131; “Gaming Cultures,” LIT 4930), as well as the first-year student orientation course (“First Year Florida”). I also taught training courses and workshops for researchers and instructors on using digital media for research, professional development, and instruction.