Designing for Diversity: Anthropology and New Technologies, co-developed and taught with Janell Rothenberg, Spring 2017.
- Course blog
- “Teaching Hidden History: Student Outcomes from a Distributed, Collaborative, Hybrid History Course,” The History Teacher. Co-authored with Kelly Schrum, Nate Sleeter, and Anthony Pellegrino. forthcoming 2017.
- “From a Scottish Tartan to Two Oily Hands: Students Reveal Historical Narratives in Familiar Artifacts,” The American Historian. Co-authored with Kelly Schrum, Nate Sleeter, and Anthony Pellegrino. 2015.
DH Bridge, an open curriculum for teaching computational thinking in humanities contexts. Co-developed with Jeri Wieringa.
Engage Immigration, an ACM grant funded project to support community-based learning, teaching, and research practices revolving around immigration.
Intro to Podcasting, hands-on sessions introducing how to craft short (<10 minute) podcasts that distill scholarly research and theoretical frameworks into podcasts for a general audience. Technical production instruction on Audacity.
Social Reading and Notetaking: An Overview of Web Annotation Tools, hands-on workshop on PRISM (UVA Scholars’ Lab) and Hypothes.is and ways they can support peer collaborative notetaking, feedback, and social annotation.
Promoting Critical Thinking with Design-Rich Assignments, walk-though of ways to promote critical thinking and making using design thinking.
Interactive Storytelling with Knightlab, a survey and demo of TimelineJS, StorymapJS, InlineAudio, and Juxtapose and ways to incorporate these tools into student projects.
The Unexpected View: Visualizing Space and Place, a survey of different types of geospatial tools and ways to visualize data and narratives.
Beyond the Exhibit: Omeka and Collaboration, a hands-on workshop on Omeka and plugins that support collaborative and crowdsourced projects.