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Reflections from #DHRI 2021

Learning NLTK in Python with Jupyter notebooks Even though learning new technologies and tech skills is one of my favorite things to do, and it’s one of the things regularly I teach students, it is still SO HARD! Attending the Digital Humanities Research...

First-Wave Reflections from #acrlimm16

I spent the last week of July at ACRL’s Immersion in beautiful Burlington, VT, on the campus of Champlain College. In five days I experienced beautiful vistas, met intelligent and hard-working librarians, and grappled with my own vision of what a teaching...

Teasing out teaching philosophies

I’ll be attending the 2016 Immersion (Teacher Track) at the end of this month, and in preparation for this and for general maintenance of my teaching endeavors I’ve decided to unpack my teaching philosophy as a way of jump-starting my efforts in critical...

Taking critical reflection seriously

Confession: this is my return to the blogosphere, since I stopped reflecting on my graduate school experiences in 2010.  I’ve been reluctant to write again, and I’ve been resisting taking this practice back up for many excuses, including a general disdain...
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