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 Google Photos.
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.
MORE TO COME
Check back soon for new projects!
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.
Book talk, 2020
A book talk of Pet by Akwaeke Emezi (2019), geared towards reluctant readers in a high school setting.
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.