Featured Educator Office Hours: Hollie Benson and Sheryl Sawin
3–4pm ET, Tuesday 22 June 2021
Join us and featured educators Hollie Benson and Sheryl Sawin for a casual conversation about the different ways social annotation is used in the classroom to support student learning.
- Hollie Benson, Faculty, College Success, Muskegon Community College: Hollie Benson (she/her) has BAs in Spanish and Elementary Education from the University of Michigan, and an MeD in Reading from Grand Valley State University. She writes: "I enrolled at the University of Michigan intending to become a genetic engineer. My work study job at a campus preschool changed everything; I quickly realized that education was my calling and changed my major. Over the past 20 years I have worked with students of all ages, from toddler to adult.
- Sheryl Sawin, Associate Professor/Associate Director for Digital Innovation, Intellectual Heritage, Temple University: Sheryl Sawin (she/her @sawinsh) received her PhD in Early Modern English Literature, with a focus on Shakespeare, from the University of Rochester. She is co-editor of The Asheville Reader: The Medieval and Renaissance World. Aside from the English Renaissance, her research and teaching interests include the intersection of technology and the Liberal Arts.
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