Following a workshop on liberal arts colleges and digital citizenship, representatives from four higher education institutions share their varied experiences in cultivating digital citizenship capabilities among their students.
Jennifer worked for five years as a technical writer and 2D graphic designer in the computer game industry in Austin, TX, before returning to academia as a PhD candidate in modern European history at Columbia University. She received the PhD in 2008, and taught at Columbia and Bryn Mawr College for six years before moving in to an educational technology role. She is currently the director of Educational Technology Services in LITS at Bryn Mawr College and serves as project manager for several multi-campus grant projects under the Blended Learning in the Liberal Arts Initiative.
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