Tag: higher ed

  • Pedagogical Investments in Flexibility and Accountability

    As I mentioned in my last post, I’m currently an Instructional Designer at Salem State University’s Center for Teaching Innovation (CTI). At times I will use this space to highlight some of the work I’ve been taking up at SSU as an instructional designer. I’ve got a few different motivations for doing so: One of…

  • Memories, Medals, and Bookshelves

    Note: I wrote this back in the fall of 2012 for Rosie’s Basement, a storytelling project started on Tumblr by a friend. I’ve always liked this piece, so in the interest of longer-term preservation and increasing its visibility, I’m posting it here. I will always remember my grandfather as one of the first adults who…

  • New Book Chapter: “Our Marathon: The Role of Graduate Student and Library Labor in Making the Boston Bombing Digital Archive”

    Alicia Peaker and I co-wrote “Our Marathon: The Role of Graduate Student and Library Labor in Making the Boston Bombing Digital Archive,” a chapter appearing in the new volume, Digital Humanities, Libraries, and Partnerships: A Critical Examination of Labor, Networks, and Community.  You can read a preprint PDF version of our chapter here (thanks, Humanities Commons!). Here’s…