IFS 2014 Information Literacy and Society. FSU Liberal Studies "E-Series" course for undergraduates. [Original official approved syllabus; this course is sunsetting as of Fall 2016]
LIS 5411 Introduction to Information Policy. Core course in the MSLIS and MSIT degrees in the School of Information at FSU.
LIS 5703 Information Organization. Required MSLIS course in the School of Information at FSU.
LIS 6759 Seminar in Intellectual Access to Information. Doctoral elective.
LIS 5255 Information, Technology, and Older Adults. MSLIS and MSIT elective in the School of Information at FSU. This is the Summer 2014 syllabus, and I'm not sure when I will get to teach this one again.
LIS 6272 (taught during Spring 2013 as LIS 6919) Qualitative Research in Information Studies. Doctoral elective, normally scheduled for odd-numbered spring semesters.
LIS 5203 Assessing Information Needs. Core MSLIS course, required MSIT course in the School of Information at FSU. [syllabus|calendar]. I last taught this course in 2013 and other faculty have taken over its updating, so this syllabus is for archival purposes.
LIS 6278 Seminar in Theory Development [PDF]. Elective doctoral seminar in the School of Information at FSU (I last taught this course in 2012 and other faculty have taken over its updating, so this syllabus is for archival purposes).
LIS 5603 Introduction to Information Sources and Services. Elective MSLIS course in the School of Information at FSU (I last taught this course in 2005, so this syllabus is for archival purposes).
LIS 4701 Information Representation Elective BS course in the School of Information at FSU, no longer offered (I last taught this course in 2004, syllabus is for archival purposes).
In 2014, I achieved a career-long goal and was awarded the Association for Information Science and Technology Thomson Reuters Outstanding Information Science Teacher Award.
I received the Florida State University School of Information Graduate Faculty Teaching Award in 2016, and the College of Information Outstanding Faculty Award in 2004. Both are student-selected.
I was recognized for Transformation Through Teaching in 2013 via FSU's Spiritual Life Project.
I received a Leadership Award from the FSU-CCI Leadership Board in 2013.
I have been consistently nominated by my students for the Florida State University graduate teaching award: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012, 2013, 2014...and so forth.
I have consistently earned 90% or greater on the "overall effectiveness of instructor" item on FSU's standard course evaluation.
Another miscellaneously archival thing I'm leaving on here for your amusement: July 2011, I led a webinar sponsored by ASIS&T SIG-ED and ALISE SIG-DE: "Transforming our e-learning 'worst practices' into excellent teaching." I asked participants to attend prepared to share failures and subsequent fixes for them, or intractable e-learning problems with broad reach and offered to share my slides.