I’m excited to announce that I will co-editing the next General Issue of the Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy! The deadline for submissions is November 15, 2017. Please seeContinue readingCall for Submissions: JITP General Issue
The Journal of Interactive Technology & Pedagogy Editorial Collective is delighted to announce that our Ninth Issue is now published and available on our website! From the Issue Introduction by Carlos Hernandez and TylerContinue readingJITP Issue 9 is now live!
For the past year I’ve been working with Andy McKinney (a former colleague) to launch a collaborative repository of syllabi at CUNY called the CUNY Syllabus Project. Our hope isContinue readingThe CUNY Syllabus Project Officially Launches!
The Journal of Interactive Technology & Pedagogy Editorial Collective is delighted to announce that our Eighth Issue, with the special theme Disability Studies Approaches to Pedagogy, Research, and Design, is now published andContinue readingJITP Issue 8 is now live!
I am happy to announce that I will be presenting a paper at the Philosophy of Education Society Graduate Student Workshop sponsored by The Spencer Foundation! The workshop is being heldContinue readingUpcoming Presentation at the Philosophy of Education Society Graduate Student Workshop
In a few short weeks I will begin my new position as the Managing Editor of the Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy! I have just contributed my first WeeklyContinue readingJITP Inaugural Post
For the past few months, I have been collaborating with some of the Digital Fellows to create a new resource for professors, adjuncts, and teaching assistants called The CUNY SyllabusContinue readingThe CUNY Syllabus Project – Soft Launch
I’m very excited to organize the Digital Fellows’ Spring 2014 workshop series. We’re covering some pretty diverse and fantastic topics this semester, and are offering some intermediate and advanced-level workshopsContinue readingSpring Workshops!
Cross-post from the Digital Fellow’s blog: Just over a year ago, I set out to create a wiki for philosophers – an online, collaborative resource that would help graduate teaching fellows andContinue readingWhat’s In It For Me?