Teaching

Undergraduate Courses

  • Social Media Today – This course introduces digital media concepts that help students navigate the current social media landscape. Co-designed with Melissa Tully and Sujatha Sosale.
  • Community Media This course teaches students to tell stories across difference. Co-designed with Rachel Young.
  • Introduction to Multimedia Storytelling – This course teaches audio, photo, and video skills necessary for creating multimedia journalism projects. Co-designed with Melissa Tully.
  • Applied Digital and Social Media – This course teaches students to design a niche website and produce multimedia content for that site throughout the semester.
  • Video for Mobile and Social Media This course is designed to help students create high-quality videos for social media and mobile platforms.
  • Audio Basics – This course is designed to teach students introductory skills in audio production. 

Graduate Courses

  • Approaches to Media CommunicationThis introductory graduate seminar focuses on the foundations of media theory and research design. Co-designed with Gigi Durham, Melissa Tully, and Rachel Young.
  • Humanistic Approaches to Media CommunicationThis introductory graduate seminar focuses on the foundations, assumptions, and applications of critical/cultural theory and qualitative methods.
  • Digital Cultures – This graduate seminar explores what has become of culture (or cultures) in the digital age.