Teaching

I teach courses in Data Visualization, Media Innovation and Civic Media at Emerson College in Boston, MA. I also lead workshops on data visualization, coding, creative mapping, hackathon design for social impact and storytelling for civic engagement.

Graduate Courses
Data Visualization –  Journalism MA
Civic Media Design Studio – Civic Media, Art & Practice MA

Undergraduate Courses
Civic Media in Action
Digital Media & Culture Lab
Data Visualization
Civic Art & Design Studio


For eight years, I taught in the Digital+Media Department at Rhode Island School of Design and have taught at a number of other institutions in the Boston area including MIT, the Museum School, and Emerson College.

RHODE ISLAND SCHOOL OF DESIGN
Graduate Courses – Digital+Media MFA Program

Creative Mapping in a Globalized World – Mixed MFA levels
Media, Performance, Experience – Mixed MFA levels
The Artist as Cultural Entrepreneur – Mixed MFA levels
Creative Programming for Artists – Mixed MFA levels
Performance Art & Feminism – Second-year MFA level
Performance Research Projects – Mixed MFA levels
Public Lecture Series – First-year MFA level
Thesis Seminar – Second-year MFA level
Technology Workshop – Mixed MFA levels
Introduction to Digital Media – First-year MFA level

MIT
Graduate Courses – Comparative Media Studies
Workshop II – Mixed MFA levels

SCHOOL OF THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS BOSTON
Graduate Courses – Interdisciplinary Grad Program
Public Lecture Series – Mixed MFA levels

VERMONT COLLEGE
Low-Residency Program Advisees – MFA Program
Artist Teacher/Studio Advisor (1 student per semester)

EMERSON COLLEGE
Undergraduate Courses – New Media Department

Programming for Digital Media – 400 level course

SCHOOL OF THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS BOSTON
Undergraduate & Continuing Ed Courses
Community Internship – Junior/Senior level course
Introduction to Web Design – Continuing Education course
Intermediate Web Design – Continuing Education course


And I spent several years running workshops for K-12 teachers on multimedia and project-based learning with the educational technology firm Multimedia Classrooms.

K-12 Professional Development for Teachers – Workshops and Presentations
Making Shockwave Movies for the Web, Digital Storytelling with Flash, Turning Your Students into Video Performers, Low-End Digital Stories: Multimedia Narrations on a Shoestring, Streaming Multimedia on the Web, Programming with Logo/Microworlds, Digital Video for Digital Storytelling