As a researcher my interests include born-digital dissertations and theses, both the creation of them by students and the archiving of them by libraries and institutions. More recently my work has turned to thinking about how faculty and programs can be supported when students choose a multi-media (born-digital) culminating project, as well as how faculty and programs can support their students by including digital authoring tools in course syllabi and program options so that students are not required to learn these technologies on their own. I have also worked with faculty to develop digital projects of their own.
My work has been supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the UC Davis Professional Development Program. My work has been published in Kairos, SIGDOC, and MediaCommons as well as in several book projects. For a list of my publications, please see my CV.