Digital Pedagogy Specialist
Katherine has a joint background in information science and European history (she holds an M.L.S. from Queens College, CUNY and a Ph.D. from Yale University). She teaches and publishes about European history, Open Educational Resources in history and creating interactive tutorials. She was the OER Coordinator/Educational Technologist at York College from 2019 to 2021. At the CTL she has been engaging with learning through digital technologies–Twine, Voyant, Hypothes.is, Storymap JS and Timeline JS and the digital humanities field as it relates to pedagogy. In 2019-2020 she served as an OER Research Fellow at the Open Education Group, focusing on digital technology and open resource creation. She has completed CopyrightX (Harvard Law School and the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society) and Quality Matters for the evaluation of online learning.
Projects I’ve contributed to: Open Educational Resources seminar, Fostering Student Engagement Seminar, COVID-19 Student Experience Survey, Open-Source Digital Tools for Teaching Seminar, TeachOER.
Ask me about: Open Educational Resources, open pedagogy, active learning, digital storytelling, community and immigrant archives, copyright and Creative Commons, interactive resource creation, history of Europe in its global context, art museums, adventure travel.