Katherine D. Harris

Katherine D. Harris (@triproftri on Twitter) is a Professor of Literature & Digital Humanities in the Departmentof English and Comparative Literature, San José State University, where she teaches about literature andtechnology ranging from the mechanization of the printing press in 19th-century England to current uses ofnarrative in gaming. In collaboration with co-editors with Matthew K. Gold, Rebecca Frost Davis, and JenterySayers, she is finalizing Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities , an open access digital publication being publishedwith the Modern Language Association that curates over 700 assignments, syllabi and other examples of digitalpedagogy. While her traditional scholarship focuses on three history of the book and textual scholarly studiessurrounding 19th-century British literary annuals (Forget Me Not: The Rise of the British Literary Annual 1823-1835, Ohio UP 2015; The Forgotten Gothic: Short Stories from British Annuals 1823-1831, Zittaw Press 2012;and The Forget Me Not: A Hypertextual Archive ), she has long been an advocate for Digital Pedagogy,especially at less well-resourced institutions. As part of that advocacy, Katherine chaired the California OpenEducational Resources Council (White Paper, 2016) which oversaw a state-wide program to implement OERinto the 123 CSU, UC, and community college campuses. Find more about her work athttps://triproftri.wordpress.com/

Presentations

Open Access 2020

Evolving Practices for Open Access

May 22, 2020 -
9:00am to 10:15am