Taught an extra course this semester to help with pandemic related
issues. Normally it's a 2/2 course load.
ICT 418: Linux Systems Administration:
Undergraduate course covering systems administration using the Fedora
GNU/Linux operating system. Topics include Bash scripting, managing users,
installing, securing, and managing services such as MySQL, and more.
LIS 690: Electronic Resource Management:
Graduate course on managing electronic resources for libraries. Topics
covered include the technologies and systems involved, legal issues such as
managing copyright, and more.
ICT 201: Personal Knowledge Management:
Undergraduate course on managing personal information and knowledge work
flows. I would share my lectures and resources for this course, but I'm
working on a major revision and will wait until that revision is
ICT 420: Semantic Web Development:
Undergraduate course focused on HTML5, CSS3, JSON-LD, and Git as well as
usability and accessibility. Main software tool: text editor, SFTP, GitHub.
LIS/ICT 658: Knowledge Management: Graduate
course on organizational knowledge management with some emphasis on
disaster and risk management and communication. Although this is an online
course, students are central in selecting specific readings.