I'm a graduate student at Georgetown University's Communication, Culture, and Technology program studying digital literacy, educational technologies, and human-computer interaction in learning.
I’m currently a graduate student at Georgetown University studying at the interdisciplinary Communication, Culture, and Technology program. I graduated from the University of Oregon in 2007 with a B.A. in political science and have since worked for the State of Illinois as a legal and legislative research fellow and as a technology consultant for my own independent practice serving the higher education and nonprofit industries. I’m also a devoted DIY’er, open source advocate, electronics hobbyist, and programmer who loves building things from scratch.
Current and former projects of mine include studies of digital literacy and technology education, uses and developments of educational technology within formal learning, and novel multimedia applications for education (including digital games and social networks). I’m also interested in adaptive learning environments, the semantic web and Web 3.0, open-sourced educational materials and knowledge, online interactivity in political matters and elections, and the use of online social networks and other websites to foster informal learning.
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