Possibilities for Remote Teaching with Primary Sources and Digital Objects
If you're a faculty member who'd like to integrate primary sources or digital objects into student learning, you are invited to attend this session. Come discuss your ideas with an archivist, a map curator, a research librarian, and a technologist from Harvard Library, each of whom brings specialized expertise and an informed perspective to bear on teaching with these unique materials.
This workshop will take place via Zoom. Register to receive a reminder email with the Zoom info no later than 15 minutes prior to the session start. Immediately after registering, you will also receive a confirmation email (not including the ZOOM link).
- Tuesday, August 4, 2020
- 4:00pm - 5:00pm
I’m here to support your work with emerging computational methods, engaging learning spaces, and a campus-wide network of technological expertise. My personal research interests include 3D technologies (e.g. photogrammetry, VR, etc.) and embodied cognition. After studying philosophy at the undergraduate and graduate level (at the Universities of Florida and Oklahoma, respectively), I began working full time in libraries and developing new tools and systems to augment research and instruction across disciplines.
As a researcher, I also study the state and trajectory of digital scholarship more generally, as well as what it takes to manage exploratory teams in libraries and the impact of new knowledge services related to physical fabrication and mindfulness. If you are considering a digital scholarship component for your project, please reach out so we can discuss how myriad library resources and collections might be employed to support your research, your lab, and/or other aspects of your scholarship.