I have extensive experience both as a librarian and university instructor in both undergraduate and graduate courses. In my previous position as Head of Public Services for UCLA, where I led the department’s instructional efforts, I became committed to finding innovative ways to integrate primary sources and rare books into university instruction, particularly by using online infrastructures and digital scholarship/humanities approaches to facilitate the use of archives and special collections.
Indiana University Bloomington
- Spring 2018: ILS Z503, Instructor, Representation and Organization
- Fall 2017: ILS Z503, Instructor, Representation and Organization
- Spring 2017: GE66, Teaching Associate. Debates in Public: The Press and Politics in Los Angeles (66CW). GE66, General Education Clusters, First Year initiatives, UCLA. Los Angeles: The Cluster, Spring Undergraduate Seminar.
- Fall 2016, Winter 2017: GE66, Teaching Associate. Los Angeles: The Cluster. General Education Clusters, First Year Initiatives, UCLA.
- Summer 2016: Information Studies 30: Internet and Society. Teaching Fellow/Instructor of Record, UCLA Department of Information Studies.
California Rare Book School, University of California, Los Angeles
- Summer 2018: UCLA. California Rare Books School (CalRBS)—details forthcoming.
- Summer 2016: UCLA. California Rare Books School (CalRBS). “Teaching Rare Books and Archives with Faculty: Building Pedagogical and Instructional Partnerships.”