Beyond Tech: A Pedagogical Approach to Incorporating Digital Projects in the Classroom
Emily Sherwood is Director of the Digital Scholarship Lab at University of Rochester’s River Campus Libraries. She is an alum of both the Council on Libraries and Information Resources (CLIR) Postdoctoral Fellowship Program and the EDUCAUSE/CLIR Leading Change Institute. As principal investigator for The New York Data Carpentries Library Consortium (NYDCLC) Planning Grant, Emily works with colleagues from Syracuse, Colgate, and Cornell to extend data literacy in central and western New York State. Her research interests include digital pedagogy, extended reality, and medieval and early modern marriage law.
Engaging the Individual: Innovative Learning in the 21st Century
Damecia Donahue is a graduate of the School of Information Sciences at Wayne State University (WSU) in Detroit, Michigan. Prior to receiving her MLIS, she graduated at the Master of Arts level with concentrations in creative writing and technical communication. Her undergraduate work includes journalism, rhetoric, technology studies, and communication. She is a Librarian at WSU who focuses on exploring diverse new modes of service related to innovation, technology, creativity, individuality, and teaching and learning. This work is done through the Tech Bunker, an interdisciplinary lab developed in 2018 that functions as a hub for community “technology reference”. In her spare time, she enjoys reading and writing sci-fi, horror movies, photography, mid-century building architecture, performance art and wig and outfit coordination.