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For more than 20 years, Jennifer has worked with faculty to develop courses in myriad disciplines: humanities, law, business, education, social sciences, engineering, modern languages, the fine arts, and communication. At start of her career, she worked in experiential learning programs; then in 2013, her focus shifted to digital pedagogy and online course design. In addition to digital humanities, her interests include open education resources and user-centered design. She holds a master’s degree in professional & technical writing and a bachelor’s degree in English literature, both from DePaul University.

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