The primary goal of LEADR, The Lab for the Education and Advancement in Digital Research at MSU, is to facilitate student research in History and Anthropology using a variety of digital methods and tools. I am currently Interim Director and was Assistant Director for two and a half years. The lab is a collaboration between History, Anthropology, and Matrix. Lab staff members work with faculty to design digital projects and scaffold them into History and Anthropology courses. We also work with individual students on digital projects ranging from photogrammetry to mapping to data visualization.

This poster, detailing the work we do in LEADR, was presented at the 2018 Student Success Launch at MSU.



LEADR collaborations (selected courses and projects)
Design and implementation of digital pedagogy and student research, developed with faculty
and Graduate Assistants: