Facilitating a workshop at the SUNY Empire Student Academic Conference 2022 (Photo credit: Anita Brown)
Presenting at the SUNY Empire Student Academic Conference 2022 (Photo credit: Anita Brown)
At SUNY Empire State University, I teach courses in Digital Storytelling, History & Theory of New Media, Information Design, and Ethics of Digital Art & Design. I also teach independent studies in Empowering Yourself in a Post-Truth World, Intercultural Perspectives on Information Literacy and Metaliteracy, Professional Digital Portfolio, and Advanced Digital Art & Design Project.
In the School for Graduate Studies, I have taught independent studies for the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS) in Metaliteracy, Digital Storytelling for Teaching and Learning, and Advanced Digital Storytelling, and for the Community and Economic Development (CAED) program I have taught Social and Community Informatics.
At the University at Albany, I developed and taught undergraduate courses in Information Science, including The Information Environment and Web Development, as well as graduate courses in Digital Imaging and the Web and The Information Environment.
I also developed and taught a course for the Honors College at the University at Albany in Social and Community Informatics, and then adapted that course to an Individualized Study format at SUNY Empire State University.
Earlier in my career, I taught several Human Diversity courses at The University at Albany and applied web development to explore issues related to access, visual information, online communities, collaboration, and diversity in literature and art. This work led to my teaching in Project Renaissance, a first-year experience program at the university that addressed core themes related to human identity and technology.