Edu-Tech Projects I’ve Worked On
Digital Education Task Force
March 2020 – Present
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, all professors have had to switch to a remote education model. The department I am apart of helps train professors in the tools they need to successfully teach online.
- Created and organized several how-to guides and videos
- How-to guide on Screencast-o-matic
- YouTube video on adding captions to a recorded lecture.
- Feature walk-thru for WCOnline’s Online Tutoring Tool
- Developed a SmartSheet and associated form to be utilized by professors for faculty-on-faculty support during this time
The Digital Breakdown Podcast
Jan. 2020 – Present
Developed, produced, and continue to host the CDVL’s podcast on digital literacy. The debut episode will premiere in late March 2020.
G.L.I.D.E. Summer Institute Committee
Oct. 2019 – Jan. 2020
G.L.I.D.E. (Global Leadership Immersion Digital Experience) is a summer camp for women, non-binary individuals, and trans men that centers on leadership and becoming a knowledgeable digital citizen. The initial launch of the summer camp has been put on hold until June 2021.
- Proposed core activity for the summer camp
- Held focus group with current Agnes students to generate additional ideas
- Assisted in the creation of the camp logo used in advertising
Grad Student Bootcamp
In collaboration with the Writing and Digital Communication (WDC) graduate program at Agnes Scott, the Center for Digital and Visual Literacy (CDVL) and myself created a two-day intensive program to help graduate students improve their digital literacy and agility.
- Interpreted curriculum outline produced by WDC graduate program into content
- Wrote a lesson plan for teaching the basics of Adobe Creative Cloud
- Taught my lesson plan in collaboration with others in CDVL
Conferences I’ve Attended
GaETC 2019| Atlanta, GA
During this conference, I learned how to better my tech training skills in general and in specific common educator tools, particularly G-Suite for Education. As one of the few higher-ed institutions attending, my co-worker and I got to see the fantastic direction K-12’s tech sphere is going and bring some innovative techniques back to Agnes. One tool in particular that we’ve used is GLIDE, which is a free tool that allows you to create an app using just Google Sheets.