All posts filed under “Speaking Engagement

Design in Educational Technology: STEAM

I have the distinct honor of  being a panelist at the Design in Educational Technology: STEAM event at SOS Brooklyn on October 6, 2015. I am in awe that Sean Oakes (the founder of SOS) asked me and am so honored to be sitting on the panel […]

From the Haptic to the Virtual

I have been chosen to run a workshop pertaining to my research at the 9th International Conference on Design Principles and Practices and the Design Principles and Practices in Chicago in March of 2015. From the Haptic to the Virtual: Teaching Metacognition to Designers This workshop […]

Design Incubation Colloquium 1.0

I presented my research on printmaking as one way to ramp students into typography at the very first meeting of Design Incubation. AIGA Slideshow Thursday, June 5, 2014  |  2:30pm-4:30pm AIGA  |  Minnesota conference room, 3rd Floor  |  164 5th Ave, New York, NY 10010 Design Incubation is […]

Reaching Everyone

Reaching Everyone: Using Printmaking to Teach Metacognition to Low-Performing Students Location: University of California Berkeley Date/Time: Friday, March 28, 3:00 – 4:00pm Presenter: Sharon E. (Libby) Clarke At the 42nd SGC International conference in the San Francisco Bay Area. Bridges: Spanning Tradition, Innovation, and Activism took place […]

#tweetMYclass

#tweetMYclass: Make Social Media Tools Work for the Classroom City University of New York IT Conference 2013, New York, New York Moderated by Janet Esquirol Description: Using social media as an academic tool? Imagine: You’d like each student to collect pictures for inspiration on a […]

FLIPPED! Panel at FIT EduTech Day

I was invited by CJ Yeh to speak on a panel about the flipped classroom for EduTech Day at FIT. We all spoke about how we are using websites and social media to buttress overall instruction. From the program: FLIPPED! Redefining the Classroom in the Age […]

Tomorrowland

Tomorrowland October 27 – December 8 Curated by Samantha Fields, this is a group exhibition featuring artists whose work depicts visions of future dystopias based on a turbulent present.  Desert wastelands, faux fallen satellites, devises designed to ensure your survival and a world seemingly run […]

Here & Now: A Movement in the Making

I was a speaker during the section of the program for Contemporary and Traditional Mash-ups, since the Here & Now project combines popular media (apps and sticker slapping) and traditional present-minded practice. Here & Now: A Movement in the Making 12th Biennial Pyramid Atlantic Book Arts Fair and Conference Pyramid […]

How to Become a Better Designer

I was asked to give a talk to a student group at FIT entitled How to Become a Better Designer (with a Little User Experience). In order to enliven the material, I used a bunch of cat photos I found on the internet. Entire Presentation