COMS 354 Youth and Media

COMS 472/521 Communication Technologies and Gender

COMS 411/541 Sexuality and Public Discourse

COMS 325 Approaches to Communication Research

Just a note: I’m always happy to discuss courses, as I’m continually updating and refreshing content and approaches based on student feedback, the vibes something invokes in the classroom, and the publication of new, engaging material. 

Past Courses, Guest Lectures, and Workshops

Many, many workshops teaching the “walkthrough method for studying apps,” developed with Jean Burgess and Ben Light – can be tailored for undergraduate, graduate, or established researcher skill levels.

October 9 – 13, 2017: Guest Instructor, Digital Living Master’s Program, Department of Information Studies, Aarhus University

Interrogating Digital Platforms – Theme Week Overview

June 7, 2013: QUT FutureLearn Roundtable discussion. QUT FutureLearn MOOC – Social Media Analytics: Using data to understand public conversations. Recording available on Facebook.

2016: Undergraduate video lecture, Selfies and Vines with the potential for everyday activism. Images of Social Justice – Visual Media Workshop, Kwantlen Polytechnic University.

2016: Principle Coordinator along with Buchbach, J., Ekber, S., Matamoros Fernandez, A., Grajales, C. E., Highfield, T., & Zeng, M. (Co-facilitators). #BNEdatarace: A visual, material and digital experience of Brisbane. Experimental workshop about mobile media for the Creative Industries and Innovation (CCI) Digital Methods Summer School, February 15-19, QUT, Brisbane, Australia.

February 23 – May 30, 2015: Sessional Academic, KCB 206: Internet, Self and Beyond, Creative Industries Faculty, Queensland University of Technology.

2013: Guest lecturer, Context collapse on social networking sites: Investigating LGBTQ identity disclosure on Facebook. FEM2103A: Methodology in Feminist Studies, November 27, University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

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