I am the E-learning and Instruction Librarian at the Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY, where I work as a research librarian and the liaison to the English, Music & Art and Modern Language Departments. Primary focus: the relationship between research and student writing. Interests: migration and identity; women’s studies; l […]
Comparative literature, women’s studies, film, and theatre. I am currently a member of CUNY’s Blackboard Working
Group. Recent research involves working in partnership with English Professor
Kelly O. Secovnie in an innovative project that integrates information literacy
instruction into scaffolded assignments in online English 201 courses, which
received a faculty research stipend project award, funded by a BMCC e-learning
Glisson, Lane, Shane McConnell, Mahatapa Palit, Jason Schneiderman, Cynthia Wiseman and Lyle Yorks. “Looking into the Mirror of Inquiry: Knowledge in Our Students and in Ourselves.” Teaching and Learning Inquiry: The ISSOTL Journal 2.1 (March 2014): 7-20. Print.
MA Liberal Studies, The Graduate Center, CUNY, focusing on Comparative Literature and Autobiography, Biography and Life-writing Studies.
MSLIS, Queens College, CUNY.
BFA Film and Television, New York University.