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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📝 writeblog: spent 1:56:15 on 'publish teachers on far-right social media study'

🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'A CompSci Student Built an App That Can Detect ChatGPT-Generated Text'

📝 writeblog: spent 0:35:36 on 'publish Dojo and platforms study'

📝 writeblog: spent 0:51:56 on 'publish Dojo and platforms study'

🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'New York City schools ban access to ChatGPT over fears of cheating and misinformation - The Verge'

three grumpy observations from a Twitter researcher on requests for 'quote toots'

🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'Maxwell Institute Podcast #157: Latter-day Saints in the French Imagination, with Corry Cropper, Daryl Lee, and Heather Belnap - Neal A. Maxwell Institute'

🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'Schools and EdTech Need to Study Up On Student Privacy: 2022 in Review | Electronic Frontier Foundation'

end-of-semester thoughts on hating grading

🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'Brief – Hidden Harms: Student Activity Monitoring After Roe v. Wade - Center for Democracy and Technology'

🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'Facial Recognition Researcher Left a Trans Database Exposed for Years After Using Images Without Permission'

unexpected research ethics implications of Twitter's 'general amnesty' for suspended accounts

quoted in EducationWeek about 'Gas' social media app

new publication: LGBTQ+ communities and far right social media

🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'Facebook Pulls Its New ‘AI For Science’ Because It’s Broken and Terrible'

new publication: an autoethnography on French, data science, and paradigm change

new presentation: reactionary Mormons and religious authority online

when niche research pays off

🔗 linkblog: my thoughts on 'School Facebook Pages and Privacy Concerns: What Educators Need to Know'