I am available as an outside consultant for digital humanities/digital scholarship and for teaching with technology. I can tailor my approach for specific departments or campuses more broadly. My experiences working on K-12 education and public history projects at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, increasing institutional capacity and knowledge around digital scholarship initiatives at Carleton College, and creating and defending a screen-based dissertation at a R1 institution make me uniquely suited to adapt to different institutional contexts.
I also run workshops on a variety of tools and methods for students, staff, and faculty. Please visit my Teaching page to see recent workshops I’ve taught. I am also available for workshops on accessibility in digital scholarship, ethics in digital content creation, universal design for learning and critical digital pedagogy, and historical thinking in the digital era.
Additional presentations and workshops given can be found on my CV page.