BA in French Teaching; PhD in Educational Technology; Assistant Professor of ICT at University of Kentucky School of Information Science

I am an interdisciplinary digital methods researcher studying meaning-making practices on online platforms.

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job post: instructional communication lecturer position at University of Kentucky

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Schools Are Spending Billions on High-Tech Defense for Mass Shootings - The New York Times'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Diverse and inclusive stock photos for your next presentation, learning design, etc – George Veletsianos, PhD'

new publication: examining pseudonymous academic Twitter accounts

linkblog: my thoughts on 'The Silver Bullet of Anti-Shooter Educational Technologies — Civics of Technology'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Software to detect school threats online is costly but mostly ineffective.'

why I will (probably?) always agree to write a letter of recommendation for a student

linkblog: my thoughts on 'After Uvalde, social media monitoring apps struggle to justify surveillance - The Verge'

a culmination of previous work, or a steppingstone for the future?

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Accused of Cheating by an Algorithm, and a Professor She Had Never Met - The New York Times'

new(ish) publication: investigating offerings and downloads on TeachersPayTeachers

interview with WEKU on Buffalo shooting and social media content moderation

quoted in Salt Lake Tribune on LDS missionaries' use of social media

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Intel Wants To Add Unproven ‘Emotion Detection’ AI To Distance Learning Tech | Techdirt'