I was asked to create a series of videos for a CEWIT course on how to build a new scholarly website. Video one is planning and strategizing, video two is about getting started with WordPress, and I made a short "bonus" video about using images (that includes a plea not to use commercial stock photography!!!). … Continue reading Videos on building your new scholarly website
This content was first presented as part of the CEWIT Crash Courses for Faculty series in December 2019. Presentation Tools, links, and resources mentioned in the presentation As this list grows, I will attempt to put them in the order of which they were mentioned. IU's User Experience Office created a "Getting started with a web … Continue reading Intro to web design and maintaining your scholarly presence online
This presentation was created for a workshop hosted by Missoula Public Library on February 10th, 2018 at 2pm as part of a series on wellness.
Thursday, January 18th, 2018, I am on a panel titled Fake News in a Post-Truth Era with a journalist and a journalism professor at Imagine Nation Brewery*. This panel is organized by Humanities Montana and is partially funded by the Andrew P. Mellon Foundation. And wow am I excited. I'll share some of my thoughts … Continue reading On Being the Token Librarian
Note: This was originally penned before Mike Adams was re-scheduled to speak on the University of Montana campus. His visit is not officially sponsored by the University of Montana. Maria Cole is a major donor to the University of Montana School of Journalism. She is the widow of WSJ reporter Jeff Cole and in his … Continue reading Case study in free speech? Not really. Mike Adams at the University of MT
This is the speech I gave 6/3/17 at Helena, MT's March for Truth. Good afternoon, everyone! I’m so proud to be here with all of you at the March for Truth. Thank you for being here and thank you for caring about the future of our country. This IS what democracy looks like. Please repeat … Continue reading March for Truth Speech
In preparation for the March of Truth in Helena, MT (where I was honored to be asked to speak!) I have put together a graph that brings together in chart form my thoughts on types of media to AVOID (recycled content >> often fake news) and media to GRAVITATE towards (rigorous, transparent investigative journalism that … Continue reading Recycled or breaking?
Missoula Public Library 5/2/17 7pm WHY are we here today “The President recently signed S.J. Res. 34 (Senate Joint Resolution), which rolls back privacy regulations enacted last year at the Federal Communications Commission. These regulations would have blocked Internet Service Providers (ISPs) from sharing their customers’ internet activity with third parties. They also would have … Continue reading Privacy Online Workshop
Wednesday, 26 April, 12:30pm-1:30pm Analytics Marketing, Instructor: Schultze My thesis for class today: Given the rise of fake news, alternative facts, trolling, and the newly weakened FCC, digital-born information is creating new anxiety for American internet users. How do content producers online (be they writers, advertisers, or web librarians like me!) create information in this … Continue reading Marketing in the Post-Truth Era
When the US House of Representatives voted Tuesday to remove the FCC's online privacy protections (that aren't in effect yet; they were scheduled to start this summer), I imagine a majority of news readers struggled to care or understand what the implications of this change would mean to our day-to-day technology habits. Yes, the vote means less privacy, … Continue reading 5 FCC Regulation Myths
Part 3/3 from Digital Citizenship through Media Literacy; an inauguration day workshop taught at Missoula Public Library through Good Jobs Missoula and the Missoula Area Labor Council. Digital citizenship is the action we take in support of our values. It is traditionally characterized by three factors: online persona, personal privacy, and social identity. The eyes may perceive and … Continue reading Muscle
Part 2/3 from Digital Citizenship through Media Literacy; an inauguration day workshop taught at Missoula Public Library through Good Jobs Missoula and the Missoula Area Labor Council. Intellectual freedom is the heart that beats life-force and purpose into your perceptions and actions. Intellectual freedom informs and grounds your values in the knowledge that we all have equal … Continue reading Heart
Part 1/3 from Digital Citizenship through Media Literacy; an inauguration day workshop taught at Missoula Public Library through Good Jobs Missoula and the Missoula Area Labor Council. Think of media literacy as the lens of perception or the eyes you are choosing to put on when you consume media information. This lens is questioning of authority, conscious … Continue reading Eyes