Expertise: • designing learning experiences for digital spaces • digital scholarship • digital humanities • WordPress • Omeka • digital archives • project management
Campus: Middlebury College, VT
As an instructional designer, I provide curricular support, with a particular focus on digital scholarship and the digital humanities. I have experience helping faculty integrate digital scholarship assignments in the classroom, from semester-long projects to short in-class activities. My expertise includes digital archives, project management, Omeka, and WordPress. I am invested in helping students and faculty understand the social and ethical implications of digital tools and become more critical users of technology.
Prior to joining DLINQ, I was the Postdoctoral Fellow in the Digital Liberal Arts at Middlebury College. In this role, I assisted faculty in developing digital scholarship projects and held relevant workshops and trainings. I earned my PhD in English literature with a certificate in women’s and gender studies from Northeastern University. My research interests include the digital humanities, feminist theory, critical race theory, and twentieth century women’s literature.