Past Projects

2016  Assessing Learning Experiences and Outcomes in a Social Q&A Website
This sponsored research project investigates how students’ learning experiences and outcomes could be enhanced through the functions and interactions supported by a social question and answer website.
2016  Searching as Learning for Critical and Creative Thinking
This project reframes searching as a learning process that supports critical and creative thinking, focusing on human learning that occurs during the process of gathering and synthesizing information.
2015 –
2016
iDiversity Curriculum Development Project
This student-led curriculum development project at the University of Maryland at College Park aims to embeds diversity, inclusion, and accessibility throughout the College of Information Studies’ curricula.
2015 –
2016
HASTAC Scholars Fellowship Program
This program fosters professional and intellectual collaborations between fellows working at the intersections of technology and the humanities, arts, and sciences.
2014 –
2015
Systematic Program Planning at the Department of Library and Information Science

 

2014 –
2015
Critical Perspectives in Library and Information Studies

 

2014 MSL(I)S Practicum Curriculum Revision
This project used a backwards instructional design process to create assignments and direct and indirect learning outcomes assessment tools that support each of the MSL(I)S degree program’s educational objectives.
2014 Smithsonian Libraries Exhibitions Development Campaign

 

2014
Targeted Market Analysis for Neighborhood Library Services

 

2012 A Capital Man: Examining Thomas Jefferson’s Legacy Through the Prism of Washington D.C.’s Cultural Heritage Sites