Digital History Projects & Activities

2013 -2014: Developing database of primary documents about the Bank War of 1832-1834 as searchable extended adobe file for use in upper division Jefferson/Jackson course, Fall Semester 2014. Based on research of newspapers at American Antiquarian Society during Summer 2013.

2003-2010: List Editor, H-Southern-Industry, H-Net

2002-2004: Developed student research projects into web pages. Some classes researched the process by which their school system desegregated. Other classes researched local social history of antebellum era. Pages ultimately removed due to student FERPA requests. University of Georgia.

1999-2002: Taught “IT for Historians” graduate class. Taught new teaching and research technologies to colleagues. Developed student research projects into web pages. Started work on web based database of local industrial history. William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ.

1998-1999: Developed student research projects on local antebellum history into web pages. Provided primary documents for upper division class research projects as windows help files. Team taught industrial history research course with faculty at Armstrong Atlantic University using GSAMS videoconferencing technology. University of Georgia.

1997-1999: Arranged for and moderated Southern Industrialization Listserv at Georgia Tech

1997: Published first webpage based course syllabi, with links to primary documents, at Georgia State University

1996: Team taught industrial history research course with faculty at Columbus State University using GSAMS videoconferencing technology. Organized field trip of Columbus State students to visit Atlanta area historic industrial sites and Georgia Tech students to visit Columbus area historic sites. Georgia Tech

1993: Developed series of computer assisted study guides for histotechnology certification using dBase language with runtime. National Society for Histotechnology

1992-1995: Computer software continuing education instructor for Emory University ITS short courses.

 

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