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Educational Technology and Digital Humanities
- With Mike
Goudzwaard and Michael Evans, “MediaKron Meet Badges: Building Learning
Narratives through Digital Projects,” AAEEBL Annual Conference, Boston,
MA, July 30, 2015
- With James Liou and
David Pook, “Balancing Act: A Districtwide Approach for Integrating the
Common Core,” 2014 NCSS Annual Conference, Boston, MA, November 23,
- “Lessons Learned from Building a Digital Humanities LTI,” CanvasCon 2014, Park City, UT, June 19th, 2014.
- “Workshop: Introduction to MediaKron,” THATCamp New England, Boston University, Boston, MA, May 31, 2014.
- With Lindsay Whitacre, “Emerging Practices in Digital Humanities Teaching.”Digital Humanities: The Next Generation.” Simmons College, March 16, 2013.
a session on “Comparative Tools (OMEKA, Drupal, and WordPress) at The
Humanities and Technology (THAT) Camp New England, Brown University,
Oct. 20, 2012.
- “Walking Ulysses: Collaborative and Mobile Mapping in the Humanities,” New Media Consortium Conference 2011, Madison, WI. June 28, 2011
- Pre-conference seminar presentation, “Leveraging Mobile Technologies on Our Campuses and Beyond,” NERCOMP (New England Regional Computer Program) 2011 Annual Conference, Providence, RI. March 28, 2011.
Joe Nugent, “‘Walking Ulysses: Joyce’s Dublin Today’: A Mobile Learning
Project from BC,” Mobile Learning in Higher Education (Northeast
Computing Program SIG), Sept. 20, 2010. College of the Holy Cross,
- “Building Capacity Through Good Usability: Lessons from Instructional Design.” Drupalcon Boston 2008. Boston, Massachusetts. March 3–6, 2008.
A Web-Based Innovative Tool to Create Multimedia Course Content. New
England Faculty Development Consortium (NEFDC) Fall Conference.” Nov. 9,
- “Drupal as an Instructional Design Tool.” New Media Consortium Summer Conference. Cleveland OH. June 7–10, 2006.
Drupal to Create Virtual Classroom Communities.” Co-facilitator of
pre-conference workshop. Computers and Writing 2005. Palo Alto, CA. June
- “Integrating WebCT and Open Source Social Software in a
Composition Course” (poster session). The Fifteenth International
Conference on College Teaching and Learning. Jacksonville, FL. March
Place, Community, and Technology
Places: Using Social Media to Foster Place Identification and Share
Local Knowledge.” Massachusetts Water Resources Research Center
Conference: “Sustainable Water in a Changing World.” April 9, 2007.
University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Amherst, MA.
in a Networked World.” Guest lecturer in Anne Tate’s course “American
Communities in the 20th Century: Civics and Sustainability.” Rhode
Island School of Design, Providence, RI. May 8, 2006
- “Writing with Locative Media.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. San Francisco, CA. March 2005.
- “The Rhetoric of Place-Based Blogging.” Computers and Writing 2004. University of Hawaii. June 2004.
of Where: Fostering Place Literacy in Online Environments.” Conference
on College Composition and Communication. San Antonio, TX. March 2004.
as Eco-Effective Design.” Conference of the Association for the Study
of Literature and the Environment. Boston, MA. June, 2003.
Presentation: “Community ‘Service’ in Graduate Education.” Conference
on College Composition and Communication. New York, NY. March 2003.
Tourists: Place Literacy and Immigrant Identities in Boston.” Thomas R.
Conference on Rhetoric and Composition. Louisville, Kentucky. October,
- “Immigrant Environments: The Places of Assimilation in
Mary Antin’s The Promised Land.” Conference of the Association for the
Study of Literature and the Environment. Flagstaff, AZ. June 2001.
Regionalism in Sarah Orne Jewett’s ’A Little Captive Maid.’” Central
New York Conference on Language and Literacy. Cortland, NY. October,
- “Green Prosaics: Nature and the Ordinary in John Clare’s
Poetry.” Conference of the Association for the Study of Literature and
the Environment. Kalamazoo, MI. June, 1999.