I am the Digital Scholarship Librarian at UC San Diego, where I facilitate the Digital Humanities Research Group.
My work focuses on using digital tools and social practices to make education and knowledge production more democratic, collaborative, and publicly engaged.
I explain how students and higher education can help save the web in this Design@Large talk.
I direct KNIT, a digital commons for UC San Diego, the San Diego Community College District, and San Diego State University.
My dissertation Software of the Oppressed: Reprogramming the Invisible Discipline examines the politics of software adoption in the university in the past 50 years.
I received the 2018 Emerging Open Scholarship Award for #SocialDiss, a project in which I socialized dissertation drafts across multiple writing platforms for public review.
Check out my digital humanities/scholarship projects here.