Course Instructor

Public Relations (Fall 2014)
University of Ontario Institute of Technology – Communications
See Syllabus – 60 students, 1 section, 1 TA

Technical Communication (Fall 2013)
University of Ontario Institute of Technology – Communications
See Syllabus – 500 students, 2 sections, 4 TAs

Business Communication (Winter 2013)
University of Ontario Institute of Technology – Communications
See Syllabus – 40 students, 1 section, 0 TA

Technical Communication (Fall 2012)
University of Ontario Institute of Technology – Communications
See Syllabus – 500 students, 2 sections, 3 TAs

Teaching Assistant

Developing and Managing Communication Campaign and Projects (Fall 2016, Winter 2017)
University of Toronto Mississauga, Communication, Culture, Information & Technology
Professor: Lilla Stuart

Social Technology and Networks (Winter 2015)
University of Toronto, St. Michael’s College
Professor: Dr. Leslie Regan Shade

Communities of Practice (Winter 2014)
University of Toronto Mississauga, Communication, Culture, Information & Technology
Professor: Dr. Nicole Cohen

Communication and Advertising (Winter 2013)
The University of Toronto – MississaugaCommunication, Culture, Information & Technology
Professor: Jeff Heydon

Contemporary Communication Technologies (Fall 2012)
The University of Toronto – MississaugaCommunication, Culture, Information & Technology
Professor: Dr. Rhonda McEwen

Introduction to Reference – Master’s level (Spring 2012)
The University of Toronto, Information
Professor: Dr. Keren Dali 

Contemporary Communication Technologies (Spring 2012)
The University of Toronto – Mississauga, Communication, Culture, Information & Technology
Professor: Dr. Rhonda McEwen 

Representation, Organization, Classification, and Meaning-Making – Master’s level (Winter 2012)
The University of Toronto, Information
Professors: Dr. Jens-Erik Mai, Dr. Brian Cantwell Smith, Dr. Stephen Hockema

Foundations in Library and Information Science – Master’s level (Fall 2011)
The University of Toronto, Information
Professor: Dr. Keren Dali

Conceptual Issues in Communication and Culture (Winter 2010)
Wilfrid Laurier University, Communication Studies
Professor: Dr. Martin Morris

Communication Research Methods (Fall 2009)
Wilfrid Laurier University, Communication Studies
Professor: Dr. Jenna Hennebry

Guest Lectures

Social Media in Academia (Nov. 2015) – Master’s
University of Toronto, Faculty of Information
Professor: Dr. Rhonda McEwen

Interactive Digital Media: Working with Big Data (Sept. 2015)
University of Toronto Mississauga, Communication, Culture, Information & Technology
Professor: Dr. Susan Sim

Social Technologies & Networks: Social Media Workshop (Jan. 2015)
University of Toronto, St. Michael’s College
Professor: Dr. Leslie Regan Shade

Managerial Perspectives of Social Media in Public Communication (Oct. 2013) – Master’s
Mount Saint Vincent University, Department of Communication Studies
Professor: Dr. DeNel Rehberg Sedo

Practical Perspectives of Social Media in Public Communication (May 2013) – Master’s
Mount Saint Vincent University, Department of Communication Studies
Professor: Dr. DeNel Rehberg Sedo

Communicating & Advertising the Self (Mar. 2013)
University of Toronto Mississauga, Communication, Culture, and Information Technology
Professor: Jeff Heydon

Alerts, Etiquette, and the Mobile Phone: Text Messaging and Literacy (May 2012)
University of Toronto Mississauga, Communication, Culture, and Information Technology
Professor: Dr. Rhonda McEwen

Libraries in the Digital Age & Electronic Libraries (Oct. 2011) – Master’s
University of Toronto, Faculty of Information
Professor: Dr. Keren Dali

Research Methods (Apr. 2011) – Master’s
Wilfrid Laurier University, Communication Studies
Professor: Dr. Judith Nicholson

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Certifications

Advanced University Teaching Preparation Certificate 

  • University of Toronto Centre for Teaching Support and Innovation
  • 2 year certification

THE500: Teaching in Higher Education

  • Woodsworth College
  • Formal course to improve teaching practice by focusing on different teaching theories and styles

Teaching Fundamentals Certificate

  • University of Toronto Centre for Teaching Support and Innovation
  • 1 year certification

Syllabi

I believe the syllabus acts a student’s first introduction to me as their instructor. So rather than merely give the bare bones on what they need to read, regulations, and so forth, I prefer to spruce it up, which better reflects me and my teaching style.

A few sample syllabi of courses I have created and developed:

1st year – Technical Communication

4th year  – Public Relations