Jesse Rice-Evans’s Profile

Staff
Active 5 days, 22 hours ago
Jesse Rice-Evans
Title
Digital Pedagogy Fellow
Department
Provost's Office
Office Location
OpenLab
Academic interests

Rhetoric, Writing Studies, Disability Studies, Digital Pedagogy, Poetics, Cultural Studies, Feminist Technology Studies

Pronouns
she/her/hers
Work Phone
(646) 801-1462

My Courses

ENG1141 Creative Writing, SP2021 OL02

ENG1141 Creative Writing, SP2021 OL02

All writing is creative, including the writing you do for school, internet posts to social media, and text/email messages. Where there was a blank page–virtual or otherwise–and you fill it with your words, you have, in fact, drawn on your intellectual resources to create patterns of meaning with those words. “Creative writing,” however, generally refers to poetry, fiction, drama, and some forms of non-fiction–memoirs and narratives that use the techniques of story-telling. We will focus on understanding how form and meaning work together and on understanding the types and complexities of each genre–notably, fiction, non-fiction, poetry, drama, and cross-genres–so each student can begin to develop their unique, individual voice.

Photography 1, Tue 2:30-5:50pm

Photography 1, Tue 2:30-5:50pm

This course offers an extensive introduction to the technical and aesthetic practice of Photography.

COMD1127 Type and Media, FA2019 D137

COMD1127 Type and Media, FA2019 D137

This is a foundation course in typography with emphasis on using type for a range of industry related applications from print to interactive. Students will be introduced to principles of type design and terminology including: variations of type structure, anatomy, font usage, grid, leading, kerning, tracking and alignment. Students will learn industry standard software such as InDesign on the Macintosh operating system.

COMD1127 Type and Media FA20 OL39

COMD1127 Type and Media FA20 OL39

Foundation course in typography with emphasis on using type for a multiple of industry related applications ranging from print to interactive. Students are introduced to principles of type design and terminology including: variations of type structure, anatomy, font usage, grid, leading, kerning, tracking and alignment.

OpenLab Sandbox

OpenLab Sandbox

Sandbox course for OpenLab workshops

My Projects

Peer Advisement

Peer Advisement

Program to increase retention of female students in engineering technology programs.

Open Pedagogy on the OpenLab

Open Pedagogy on the OpenLab

The purpose of this project is to create a forum to ask questions, generate discussion, and share teaching materials, resources, and ideas about teaching and learning on the OpenLab. Avatar image: “The open door” by hehaden.

Comforting Content for COVID Coping

Comforting Content for COVID Coping

The OpenLab Community Team would like to invite the City Tech community to join this project as a space to share comforting content– baby animals, rainbows, photos of your pets, nature scenes, soothing music or videos, wholesome memes, etc. All members will be added as “Contributors,” meaning you can create your own posts featuring whatever comforting content you love, which will then be curated by the Community Team. If you’re interested in writing about your own experiences during the COVID-19 outbreak or reading submissions from others, this project is not intended for that purpose, but we’re hoping to launch a separate place on the OpenLab for our campus community to commiserate (alliteration is fun!) very soon. Avatar Image: https://www.flickr.com/photos/kamilie/6569627497 CC License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2.0/

Faculty Publication Support Workshop Series

Faculty Publication Support Workshop Series

A joint initiative of the Faculty Commons and the Library’s Scholarly Communications Committee, this workshop series supports City Tech faculty in their scholarship and publishing.

Office of the Provost

Office of the Provost

City Tech’s Source for Academic Affairs Information

My Clubs

LGBTQFaculty&Staff@CityTech

LGBTQFaculty&Staff@CityTech

This club is for support and friendship among the staff and faculty LGBTQ community.

BioMedical Informatics Student Club

BioMedical Informatics Student Club

The Biomedical Informatics (BIB) Student club exists to advocate, provide support and services to fellow Biomedical Informatics undergraduate students here at New York City College of Technology. We aim to assist students in gaining opportunities and discovering information that is relevant and beneficial towards the degree requirement of the program. Through the expansion of knowledge, workshops, field trips and invited speakers, we hope to give students the option to network and attain skills required for classes including the internship. This is a student-run club which is advised by faculty members, Professor Eugenia Giannopoulou and Professor Mai Zahran.