Meet Erin Fields from UBC
This post contributed by Janine Hirtz, UBC Okanagan
Tell us a bit about where you work and what you do.
I work at the UBC Library and am a liaison librarian in the humanities and social sciences, as well as a flexible learning coordinator. I work with learning technologists around open ed, content curation, open badges, and integrating library services in instruction.
How long have you been involved in teaching and learning and educational technology?
What is one thing you really love about the work you do?
Working with people in innovative ways. Teaching and advocacy.
How long have you been a member of ETUG?
I don’t think I am :-).
What do you like best about this community and its activities?
Interesting conversations, meeting my community.
Do you have a favourite ETUG memory?
Presenting on maker pedagogy with Will Engle at the Spring Conference in 2014.
What would you like ETUG to provide more of in terms of benefits/value to members? Any input or help you want to ask members to provide?
- Professional development and skills building.
- Certification of engagement.
Do you have any special interests/hobbies?
Sewing! Knitting, crocheting, amigurumi, gaming.
Are you looking to collaborate with others in any special areas of interest?
Open badges and cross-endorsement.