Digital Pedagogy

COVID-19 has changed how we teach in ways that will outlast the pandemic itself.

I can offer tips and tricks for building a course website, weighing the pros and cons of synchronous and asynchronous course delivery, or structuring classroom activities using digital apps.


Want to see what digital pedagogy looks like?

Below are samples of course websites I’ve designed and syllabuses I’ve consulted on. They offer a range of options for synchronous and asynchronous course delivery and classroom activities.

Coming to Age:

A Collaboration Between Mills College and the Oakland Senior Center

Taught by Professor Ruth O. Saxton

Victorian Ghosts and Supernaturalisms

(Asynchronous Online Course)

Taught by Professor Kirsten Saxton

Fatal Women:

Narratives of Women and Murder in Popular Culture from 1660 to the Present

Co-taught by Professor Kirsten Saxton and Emily Travis

Ghosts in the Machine:

Romantic Temporalities, Gothic Ecologies, Sensational Bodies

Co-taught by Professor Kirsten Saxton and Emily Travis

Wild Romantics:

British Romanticisms and Revolutions from 1750 and Beyond

Taught by Professor Kirsten Saxton

The 18th-Century, Then and Now:

Sex Work, True Crime, Imperialism and the Fantastic: Afterlives/Appropriations/Affects

Taught by Professor Kirsten Saxton

Jane Austen:

The Critical Legacy and the Popular Imagination (Asynchronous Online Course)

Taught by Professor Kirsten Saxton

Remixing the 18th-century novel:

Adaptations/Afterlives/Appropriations

Taught by Professor Kirsten Saxton

Methods and Materials:

English MA Thesis Workshop

Taught by Professor Kirsten Saxton

Rhetoric and composition

For the College Writer

Taught by Professor Kirsten Saxton