New Project: Embedding Digital Literacies in HEIs

I recently began a new position as the DARIAH Ireland Postdoctoral Researcher. I am based in the discipline of digital… Continue Reading New Project: Embedding Digital Literacies in HEIs

Finding Your Stephen King and Your Way Around the Paywalls when the Academic Library is Out of Reach

A few months ago I was invited to speak to the #PhDchatUCC group in University College Cork about my experience… Continue Reading Finding Your Stephen King and Your Way Around the Paywalls when the Academic Library is Out of Reach

Did the Dog Eat Your Empathy?

In the past academic year alone students have come to me about a range of issues that have effected their… Continue Reading Did the Dog Eat Your Empathy?

DigComp 2.1 and Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy

DigComp 2.1 was published this month by the JRC of the European Commission, an update to 2016’s DigComp 2.0. The… Continue Reading DigComp 2.1 and Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy

“Imagine. . .”: John Lennon as an Entry Point to Learning about Transcendentalism

*As part of my studies in the Certificate for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education I was asked to write… Continue Reading “Imagine. . .”: John Lennon as an Entry Point to Learning about Transcendentalism

A Domain of One’s Own: Taking Control of Digital Selfhood

I attended Jim Groom’s talk in Cork (31st march 2017) and want to say a few words while it’s fresh… Continue Reading A Domain of One’s Own: Taking Control of Digital Selfhood

Kerouacking the Classroom and Talmudic-Style Annotation of Poetry

I teach a final year seminar called America With[out] Borders, and among the required readings are long poems by Lorna Dee… Continue Reading Kerouacking the Classroom and Talmudic-Style Annotation of Poetry

Teaching Philosophy

*I decided that posting my Teaching Philosophy here is long overdue, so below is the most up-to-date version as of… Continue Reading Teaching Philosophy