For me, teaching is working with a student to build a bridge that we will both cross together, even as we’re building it. I find the process rewarding and exhilarating. My philosophy of teaching has three aspects—meeting the student where they are, asking and sparking questions, and inspiring confidence—which involves patience, active learning, questioning, respect and critical writing. I hope to contribute to my students' whole-person education (in the spirit of the Jesuit maxim cura personalis).
In the 2017–18 academic year, I am teaching the following courses:
- Winter 2018: Info679 Information Ethics (Instructor of Record)
- Winter 2018: Info590 Organization of Information and Data (Assistant to Jane Greenberg)
- Spring 2018: Info215 Social Aspects of Information Systems (Instructor of Record)
Beyond information science, my teaching experience includes English-as-a-second-language instruction in classrooms and one-on-one.
For a sample of my past teaching materials, see the following:
- Referencing issues in everyday life (2015), Text
- Citation systems (2015), Text
- Citing sources: An overview for academic librarians (2016), Recorded Presentation