Papers & Projects
MICROTEACHING SESSION, 2020
A 20-minute public library workshop, collaboratively designed to introduce formerly incarcerated adults to the social networking possibilities and personal privacy limitations of
HEALTH LITERACY POP-UP EVENT, 2020
Completed for the Literacy & Instruction course, a pop-up/bookmobile program to teach parents & guardians about self-care for the whole family, constructed around OBPE best practices.
Online lesson plan, 2o2o
An online educational experience utilizing the NYPL's digital poster collections, focused on a synchronous yet teacher-free assignment for high school upperclassmen during the COVID-19 pandemic.
PYTHON WEB-SCRAPING PROJECT, 2020
Completed for the Programming for Cultural Heritage course, a repository of Python scripts that seek to illustrate the parentage of Greek gods by web-scraping data from the Theoi Project.
DIGITAL RESOURCES BLOG POST, 2020
Part of an outreach push for PIL's online collection development task force, a lighthearted but practical guide to unexpected digital resources available from the libraries, aimed at incoming and returning students, hosted on the libraries' blog.
METKIDS & THE EXPLORATORIUM, 2020
A compare-contrast reflection on the response of two cultural institutions to the switch to a digital experience due to the COVID-19 pandemic, focusing on educational usability and student-user friendliness.