- “Civic Engagement Meets Service Learning: Improving Wikipedia’s Coverage of State Government Officials.” PS: Political Science & Politics, 55(2): 445-449.
- Magna Publications. 2022. “Transforming Classroom Culture.” Best of the 2021 Teaching Professor Conference.
- Heterodox Academy: The Blog. 2021. “Teaching Students to Engage with Opposing Viewpoints.” Published 7 April 2021.
- Magna Publications. 2021. “Stop Blaming Students! Why We Must Teach Students, Not Content.” Best of the 2020 Teaching Professor Conference.
- Sample email newsletter from my yoga/coaching practice (dormant since 2020)
- Fort family profile (for MSSA newsletter, June 2022)
- Talbot family profile (for MSSA newsletter, June 2022)
- Homelessness awareness – social media graphic
- All-hands on deck for registration – social media graphic
- Anti-racist discussion group – social media graphic
- Podcasting class announcement – social media graphic
- Constitution Day – social media graphic
- Know Your Rights flier (8.5″ x 11″)
- Tiger Stories, the official podcast of Chattanooga State
I have produced all of the episodes for this podcast, and hosted most of them (except in summer 2020, when I recruited students to interview campus officials about how COVID had impacted their work).
- The Liz Cast, my personal podcast
- Jump Start Your Learning, a YouTube series for students created in the 10 days before fall 2021 classes began
- My YouTube channel, which includes many explainer videos made for my students
- Web syllabus for my spring 2022 American Government courses
I build my syllabus in Google Sites so that it’s more accessible on mobile technology than our LMS. As a bonus, it’s also available after the course ends; students lose access to their LMS course the day grades are due.
- Content library for American Government students
This library of activities and simulations — including Checkology — is what my students sample from when completing their work for the course. The large collection of podcast episodes, videos/films, and readings allows each student to choose topics and activities that match their interest and their existing knowledge levels. As it is also outside an LMS, former students tell me that they still return to the Content Library regularly to explore resources, even though they aren’t “required” to do so!
- Power Points developed for classroom use:
- Teaching & Learning Symposium on teaching introductory American government: I co-facilitated this American Political Science Association symposium in March 2022; I also designed and wrote the program booklet
- Ten Tips for Faculty, written and distributed statewide when we were moving to virtual instruction in March 2020
Workshops & lectures
- Hard Conversations series (Spring 2022):
- Building Your Confidence: PPT deck, recording (password: HCconfidence2022) – delivered virtually
- Burnout: Experiences with and strategies for overcoming: PPT deck, recording (password: HCburnout2022) – delivered virtually
- What Does it Mean to Be “Anti-Racist”?: recording (password: HCRacism2022) – delivered in person (with option to join virtually)
- Equity is Pi (not Pie) – video made to promote an event of the same name, co-hosted with the department head of mathematics, Dr. Ed Nichols
- Chattanooga State Chautauqua (November 2021): How to Keep Your Sanity During … Interesting Political Times: PPT deck, recording
- How to Boost Student Learning & Motivation with Ungrading (April 2021): PPT deck, audio recording
- Teaching Professor Conference (June 2020 – virtual): Stop Blaming Students! Why We Must Teach Students, Not Content: PPT deck
- Achieving the Dream Teaching & Learning conference presentation (with colleagues) on Reimagining Your Syllabi With Equity at the Center (May 2021): PPT deck
- Monteagle Sunday School Assembly (Chautauqua) talk (June 2016): Seven Reasons Our Politics Seem So Polarized: PPT deck
- Teaching Professor Conference (June 2021 – in person and virtual): Transforming Classroom Culture: presentation & supporting materials