Associate Professor of English, Division of Humanities
Learning Outcomes Assessment Coordinator
(Calls welcomed 9a-7p, Sun-Sat, text anytime)
Web-based Course Information
- Mandatory Orientation sessions for all my courses will be completed online via D2L during the first week of the semester. Optional, yet recommended “live” Q & A sessions will also be offered via video chat.
- More information will be provided via email approximately 1 week before the semester begins.
- No in-person exams or meetings will be required, but all students will meet with the instructor 1-3 times during the semester via video chat. 1-2 of these sessions will be mandatory, but a variety of days and times are offered, including evenings and weekends.
- Students should have daily access to a computer or laptop with reliable internet. Ideally, students will also have access to a webcam and head set or cell phone as well because internal speaker/microphone configurations don’t always provide good quality audio for video chats. (Trying to complete an online writing course with a tablet and portable keyboard is very tough.)
- Students taking my online courses should be comfortable with email and MS Word. Tutorials and/or help sheets are provided for the use of D2L, Zoom, Turnitin, and any other technology used in the course.
- For book information and other specifics, please choose the course from the list on the right.
Courses I Teach
Web-based British Literature II (ENGL 2122)
Web-based World Literature I (ENGL 2111)
Web-based World Literature II (ENGL 2112)
Web-based Special Topics: Legends of King Arthur (GHHU 2901)
Web-based Special Topics: The Gothic: The Undead, Walking Dead, and Really Dead (GHHU 2901)