Teaching

Library Carpentry

Professional workshop, Library of Congress, 2020

Library Carpentry, a mode of instruction designed on the principles of participation and live coding developed by The Carpentries, presents an active curriculum for librarians to expand their digital skills. I first got involved with this professional workshop approach at the Library of Congress in 2018, and I have since taught workshops in-person and online, for learners at the Smithsonian, American University, Clemson University, and the U.S. Geological Survey.

Here are the workshop programs and topics:

Music Bibliography (MHM 503)

Graduate course, University of Michigan, 2012

This syllabus outlines a graduate course for music performers and researchers to understand the major reference resources and concepts for designing and carrying out music-focused research. The 2012 syllabus is available here.

Music of World Cultures

Undergraduate course, Bowling Green State University, 2010

This course surveyed selected traditional and popular music cultures from around the globe, while also teaching basic listening and writing skills.

Music of World Cultures

Undergraduate course, Bowling Green State University, 2009

This course surveyed selected traditional and popular music cultures from around the globe, while also teaching basic listening and writing skills.

Introduction to World Music

Undergraduate course, University of Michigan-Dearborn, 2009

This course surveyed selected traditional and popular music cultures from around the globe, while also teaching basic listening and writing skills.