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Lessons offered by Carrie
  • Individual
  • In group
The lessons will be held
  • By webcam
Taught subjects
  • Academic English
  • Creative writing
  • Essay writing
  • Dissertation
  • Rhetoric
Levels
  • Elementary School
  • Middle School
  • Sophomore
  • Junior
  • Senior
  • Advanced Technical Certificate
  • College
  • Adult Education
  • MBA

Experienced university instructor with more than fifteen years of academic and creative writing experience, including online course design and writing center tutoring.

Methodology

I base my teaching, tutoring, and classes on learners' goals: How can I support YOU and your best work and vision? As a former writing tutor and university writing instructor with many years of experience, I understand the importance of very actively engaging with learners to make sure that my expertise will support what your interests and achievements.

Background

I am a university English instructor with a PhD in Composition, an MFA in Creative Writing, and a BA in English. I am also a Quality Matters certified coordinator, which means that I know the ins and outs of online courses, including how to best use online platforms to connect with and actively engage learners. I have been teaching at the university level, including undergraduate and graduate courses, for almost twenty years. I also spent many years facilitating teams and ropes courses for participants of all kinds, so I value helping others reach their goals through learning their needs and vision.

Rates

Rate for online lessons : $20/h
Rate for 5 hours of lessons : $15
Rate for 10 hours of lessons : $15
Lessons offered by Carrie
Individual
In group
The lessons will be held
webcam
Taught subjects
  • Academic English
  • Creative writing
  • Essay writing
  • Dissertation
  • Rhetoric
Levels
  • Elementary School
  • Middle School
  • Sophomore
  • Junior
  • Senior
  • Advanced Technical Certificate
  • College
  • Adult Education
  • MBA

Carrie's resume


EDUCATION

Ph.D. Rhetoric and Composition, University of Louisville
Dissertation: How Katrina Survivors Write Home: Literacy, Sense of Place, and Identity, 2009, dir. Dr. Bronwyn Williams
M.F.A. Creative Writing Nonfiction, George Mason University
Thesis: Playing, 2003, dir. Beverly Lowry
B.A. English, University of Louisville, 2000
Concentration: Creative Writing

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

2016-present Instructional Designer & Technology Consultant, Adjunct Instructor, Indiana University Southeast
Institute for Learning and Teaching Excellence
2014-2016 Assistant Professor of English, University of the Virgin Islands
2009-2014 Assistant Professor of English, Morehead State University

TEACHING & FACULTY DEVELOPMENT

Instructional Designer and Technology Consultant, Indiana University Southeast, Institute for Learning and Teaching Excellence, 2016 – Present

Online Faculty Development Modules:
Tips for the First Day of Class
Virtual Collaboration with Google Docs
Faster, Easier Grading Using Canvas Rubrics & Speed Grader
Improving Lecture
Online Course Design for Faculty: One-on-one
Online Course Design for Faculty: One-week intensive boot camp
Online Course Design for Faculty: Semester-long online course
Hybrid Course Design for Faculty: Semester-long online course
Related Competencies:
Federal guidelines for accessibility/Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
Federal guidelines for interaction in distance education
Canvas Learning Management System (LMS)
Google Suite (Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides)
Mastery Paths Adaptive Learning System for online, hybrid, and face-to-face
instruction
Voice Thread multimedia discussion learning tool
Kaltura video online learning tool
Bridge online conferencing
Zoom online video and conferencing
High Impact Instructional Practices (HIPs) in online, hybrid, and face-to-face
instruction
Active learning and engagement in online, hybrid, and face-to-face instruction
Digital Measures Activity Insight online portfolio for faculty
Quick Check inline assessment quizzing tool

Adjunct Faculty, Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, College of Arts & Letters, Writing Program, Present

Writing 1, Reading, Writing, & Inquiry Online Pilot Course
Assistant Professor, University of the Virgin Islands, Albert A. Sheen campus, Department of English, 2014-2016

Writing 1
Writing 2, Research and Applied Writing

Assistant Professor, Morehead State University, Department of English, 2009-2014

Theories of Teaching Writing (graduate, online)
Senior Seminar in English
Advanced Creative Nonfiction
Honors Seminar in Modern Literature
Advanced Expository Writing
Professional and Digital Writing
Professional Writing
Introduction to Women’s Studies (online)
Writing 2
Writing 1

Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Louisville, Department of English

Introduction to Creative Writing
Intermediate Composition
First-Year Composition

Graduate Teaching Assistant/Adjunct Faculty, George Mason University, Department of English

Advanced Composition for the Natural Sciences
Advanced Composition for the Social Sciences
Introduction to Writing About Literature
Introduction to College Writing

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

Co-facilitator, Broadening Leadership Campus Initiative, 2018-present
Liaison, Faculty Development, Schools of Natural and Social Sciences, 2018
Co-Chair, Learning Spaces Committee, Indiana University Southeast, 2017 – present
Lead Coordinator, Learning With Integrity module design, 2018
Lead Coordinator, Faculty Innovator Award, Indiana University Southeast, 2016 - present
Lead Coordinator, Adjunct Faculty Scholars Conference, Indiana University Southeast,
2016 - present
Lead Coordinator, New Faculty Orientation, Indiana University Southeast, 2017, 2018
Lead Coordinator, Faculty Learning Communities, Indiana University Southeast, 2016-present
Co-coordinator, Scholarship of Teaching & Learning Conference, Indiana University Southeast,
2017, 2018
Assistant to Professor Suzette Henke, Medical Narratives and Trauma Seminar, University of
Louisville, 2009
Assistant, Writing Center Research Project (WCRP), University of Louisville, 2008-2009
Assistant, Book in Common Program, University of Louisville, 2007-2008
Graduate Assistant, Axton Reading Series, University of Louisville, 2005-2007
Alumni Chapter Assistant, George Mason University, English Department, 2005

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Certification, Quality Matters Coordinator, IUS, 2019
Certification, Quality Matters online and blended course design peer reviewer, IUS, 2018
Participant, English Proficiency Exam workshop, UVI, 2015
Participant, Provost’s Faculty Development Research and Writing Group, UVI, 2014-2016
Participant, the Online Collaborative Experience, Blackboard course, MSU, 2013
Fellow, Quality Enhancement Plan on Critical Thinking Team, MSU, 2012-2013
Facilitator, Student Success Senate Bill 1 Professional Learning Community, MSU 2011-2013
Certification, Quality Matters online and blended course design peer reviewer, MSU, 2012
Certification, Quality Matters rubric for online and blended course design, MSU, 2012
Invited member, Student Success Senate Bill 1 Professional Development Group, 2011-2012
Participant, Faculty Multi-media Toolkit Grant Group, 2011-2012
Member (invited), Pay It Forward Team (chosen from Student Success Senate Bill
Professional Development Group), MSU, 2011-2012
Participant, Critical Thinking Learning Community, 2010-2011
Participant, Portfolio Workshop, 2010
Participant, Dee Fink Integrated Learning Workshop, 2009
Participant, Advanced Blackboard Training, 2009

PUBLICATIONS

Peer-reviewed/Blind-reviewed Article and Essays

“250% Postcard Perfect: Tourist Imaginings, Newbies, Extra Special Snowflakes,
and Sugar Orchids,” Writing on the Edge, Vol. 25, Issue 1.
“Going Beyond the Content: Building Community Through Collaboration in Online Teaching,”
The Researcher: An Interdisciplinary Journal, Vol. 26, Issue 3: 1-19.
(Ray Bailey and Ericka Tonise Hollis, co-authors).
“Recovering Home: Hurricane Katrina Survivors Rebuild Homes in a Digital Community,” The
Journal of Arts and Communities, Intellect Ltd., Issue 4, Vol. 1-2: 32-45.
“Placed Writing: Displacement, Home, and Digital Literacy Communities,” The English
Connection: 40 Years of English Studies at ‘Lucian Blaga’ University of Sibiu: 161-169.
“A Stripped Classroom: Exotic Dancers, Sexuality, University Teaching, and Community
Engagement,” Reflections, A Journal of Writing, Service Learning, and Community Literacy,
Vol. 9.2: 44-60.
“Professor Tempest: Exploring Sexualized Identities in the Classroom,” English Matters.

Book Chapters

“A Generation Ex-er Moves Backwards Into an Academic Position,” Generation X
Professors Speak: Tales From Academia, The Scarecrow Press, Lanham MD: 1-17.

Book Reviews

Wildbranch, An Anthology of Nature Environmental, and Place-Based Writing, Florence Caplow
and Susan A. Cohen (eds.). The Caribbean Writer Vol. 30, 2016.
Between Song and Story: Essays for the Twenty-first Century, Sheryl St. Germain and Margaret
Whitford (eds.). The Caribbean Writer Vol. 29, 2015: 400.

Other Publications

“To The Dainty,” poem, VOLT
“Abundance of a Gracious Spirit: Sena Jeter Naslund,” The Magazine of the University of
Louisville
“The Flipped Lid,” bi-monthly opinion essays, Louisville Eccentric Observer
“Love Letter,” poem, So To Speak, a Feminist Journal of Language & Arts

AWARDS AND HONORS

Broadening Leadership Co-Chair, Indiana University Southeast, present
Broadening Leadership Participant, Indiana University Southeast, 2017-2018
The Center for Leadership and Development, Morehead State University ($1,000), 2011
Research Fellowship, Morehead State University ($5,000), 2010
Nominee, Faculty Favorite, University of Louisville, 2007, 2006
Graduate creative writing scholarship (nonfiction/poetry/fiction), U of L, 2007, 2006
Graduate nonfiction, 2nd place, Metroversity writing competition, 2007
Graduate nonfiction, 1st place, Metroversity writing competition, 2006
Graduate fiction, 2nd place, Metroversity writing competition, 2006
Nonfiction runner up, Rinehart student creative writing award, George Mason University, 2003
Outstanding teaching, Dean’s office, George Mason University, 2001-2003

INVITED TALKS

“Composing Local Knowledge: Hurricane Katrina Survivors Write Home,” Arts and Humanities
Research Council, Living Flood Histories, Learning to Live: Floods and
Futures, Gloucester, England, July 16, 2011.

CONFERENCE ACTIVITY/PARTICIPATION

Presentations

“You’re Probably Already Doing It! Fulfilling the Federal Interaction Standard in Your Online
Course with a Nod to Quality Matters,” Online Learning Consortium Accelerate Conference,
Orlando, FL, November 16, 2018
“Dominating an Adaptive Learning Tool in Beta: Mastery Paths in Canvas, Backwards Design,
and Differentiated Paths,” Online Learning Consortium Accelerate Conference, Orlando, FL,
November 17, 2017
“250% Postcard Perfect,” The Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900,
Louisville, Kentucky, February 20, 2016.
“Research and Citations: The Happy Sandwich,” the Virgin Islands 7th Annual Literacy
Conference” (in association with the National Writing Project), St. Croix, VI, November 11,
2015.
“Surviving Traumas of Place in the Caribbean: Caribbean Literature Repossessed, Jamaica
Kincaid, and Hurricane Hugo Writing” The Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture
Since 1990, Louisville, Kentucky, February 27, 2015.
“Digital Cultures of Reconstruction After Place-Based Traumas: Rebuilding Home After
Hurricanes Katrina and Hugo” Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association
National Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 1, 2015.
“Connecting to Place: Life Writing Strategies and Activities,” Virgin Islands 6th Annual Literacy
Conference, St. Croix, VI, November 6, 2014.
“Building Community Through Online Teaching,” Pedagogicon Conference: Practicing
Scholarly and Creative Teaching, Lexington, Kentucky, May 16, 2014.
“Controlling Personal Writing,” Writing Eastern Kentucky Conference,
Morehead, Kentucky, November 2, 2013.
“Toolboxes, Blindfolds, and Scavenger Hunts: Facilitating and Processing Experiential
Activities in the College Classroom,” 43rd Annual Conference of the International Society for
Exploring Teaching and Learning, Orlando, Florida, October 17, 2013.
“A Generation Ex-er Moves Backwards Into An Academic Position,” Popular Culture
Association/American Culture Association National Conference, roundtable presentation
and discussion, Washington DC, March 28, 2013.
“Resisting the Establishment: Researched Narratives and Analyzing Experience,”
Conference on College Composition and Communication, Las Vegas, Nevada,
March 13, 2013.
“Shared Learning Equals Student Success,” (with Janet Rice McCoy and Kim Nettleton) Student
Success Summit, Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education, Louisville, Kentucky,
March 15, 2013.
“Reflection in Creative Nonfiction,” Writing Eastern Kentucky Conference, Morehead,
Kentucky, November 3, 2012.
“Learning Communities: Riding the Wave of Change Together,” (with Jody Fernandez and
Emma Perkins) Kentucky Innovations Conference, Ehrlanger, Kentucky, May 17, 2012.
“Ipads, Grass Roots, and Paying It Forward,” Student Success Summit: Encouraging Faculty and
Staff Dialogues About Student Successes, Morehead, Kentucky, March 29, 2012.
“Creating A Climate of Change: Determining the Best Transformation Process Based on Campus
Climate,” (with Emma Perkins and Kathryn Polmanteer) National Forum on Common Core
Standards, Louisville, Kentucky, February 28, 2012.
“Morehead State University Professional Learning Community Successes,” (with Timothy Hare
and Jennifer Reis) CPE National Conference, Architecture for Implementing the Common
Core Standards: Strategies, Partnerships, & Progress, Louisville, Kentucky,
February 27, 2012.
“Observation and Perspective in Creative Nonfiction,” Writing Eastern Kentucky Conference,
Morehead, Kentucky, November 5, 2011.
“Establishing a Community of Practice Through Experiential Learning Activities,” (with Dr.
James Chisholm) 41st Annual Conference of the International Society for Exploring Teaching
and Learning, San Diego, California, October 14, 2011.
“Writing About Place and Identity,” English Teacher Connection Conference, Morehead,
Kentucky, May 26, 2011.
“Fortunate Outcomes,” College English Association Conference, (with Dr. James Chisholm)
Fortunes, St. Petersburg, Florida, April 1, 2011.
“Moving Backwards Into An Academic Position,” The Louisville Conference on Literature and
Culture since 1990, Louisville, Kentucky, February 25, 2011.
“Writing Home: Literature’s Place for Displacement Survivors,” The Louisville Conference on
Literature and Culture since 1900, Louisville, Kentucky, 19 February 19, 2010.
“Selections on Sexuality and Aging: Through a Decade,” The Louisville Conference on
Literature and Culture since 1900, Louisville, Kentucky, February 19, 2010.
“Writing About Place: Place and Identity,” Creative Writing Workshop, Writing Eastern
Kentucky, Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, September 11, 2010.
“Writing About Place: Place and Identity,” Creative Writing Workshop, Writing Eastern
Kentucky, Mount Sterling, Kentucky, November 14, 2009.
“Placed Writing: Displacement, Home, and Digital Literacy Communities,” 40 Years of
Philological Studies at Sibiu, Sibiu, Romania, November 20, 2009.
“How Katrina Survivors Write Home: Literacy, Sense of Place, and Identity,” Conference on
College Composition and Communication, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 3, 2008.
“Composition in a Room of One’s Own,” The Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture
since 1990, Louisville, Kentucky, February 2007.
“ ‘Tell me More’ or ‘Too Much Information’: A Discussion of Personal Narratives in the
Academy,” Thomas R. Watson Conference in Rhetoric and Composition, Louisville,
Kentucky, October 2006.
“Professor Tempest: Exploring Sexualized Identities in the Composition Classroom,”
International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Honolulu, Hawaii, January 11, 2006.
“If Walt Whitman Would Have Been My Man: Whitman the Lover Verse by Verse,”
International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Honolulu, Hawaii, January 12, 2006.


CAMPUS TALKS & WORKSHOPS

“Creating Effective Rubrics for Authentic Assessments,” New Albany, IN, December 2018
“Creating Alignment Assessments in Course Design,” New Albany, IN, December 2018
“Creating Assessments and Rubrics in Canvas,” New Albany, IN, May 2018
“Effective and Accessible PowerPoint presentations,” New Albany, IN, May 2018
“First Day of Class Activities,” New Faculty Orientation, Indiana University Southeast,” New
Albany, IN, August 2017
“Creating Measurable Course Learning Objectives,” New Faculty Orientation, Indiana
University Southeast,” New Albany, IN, August 2017
“Mastery Paths & Adaptive Learning,” Institute for Learning and Teaching Excellence,” Indiana
University Southeast,” New Albany, IN, March 2017
“Google Docs and Collaborative Learning,” Institute for Learning and Teaching Excellence,
Indiana University Southeast,” New Albany, IN, November 2016
“Grading Rubrics, Essay Materials, and Tutoring English 120 and 201 essays,” Writing Center,
University of the Virgin Islands, St. Croix, VI, August 26, 2015.
“Research, Collaboration, and Teaching,” (with Dr. James Chisholm), New Faculty Orientation,
Rendezvous With Resources, Morehead, Kentucky, August 16, 2011.

READINGS

“Music’s Papa,” University of Louisville’s Split the Lark Conference on Poetry
and Music and University of Louisville’s Celebration of the Performing Arts,
Louisville, Kentucky, and Paducah, Kentucky, 2007.
“Candidate for Restoration,” Metroversity fiction reading, Louisville, Kentucky, 2006.
“Mike Linnig’s,” Metroversity nonfiction reading, Louisville, Kentucky, 2006.
“Pleasure Ridge Park,” Kentucky’s Sense of Place Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, 2006.
Art-O-Matic, featured reader, Washington, D.C., 2002.
Erotica, featured reader, Fairfax, Virginia, 2002.
Candid Yak, featured reader, Fairfax, Virginia, 2002.

SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION

Panel Facilitator, Virgin Islands Literary Festival and Book Fair Committee, 2016
Volunteer, Virgin Islands Literary Festival and Book Fair 2015, 2016
Volunteer and Member, Host Committee, Kentucky Philological Association Conference,
2012
Volunteer, Conference on College Composition and Communications, Louisville, Kentucky,
March 17-20, 2010
Panel Chair, Spaces of Literacy, 40 Years of Philological Studies at Sibiu, Sibiu, Romania,
November 20, 2009
Volunteer, Thomas R. Watson Conference in Rhetoric and Composition, 2008
Volunteer, 20th Century Literature Conference, 2007, 2008
Panel Chair, Thomas R. Watson Conference in Rhetoric and Composition, 2006
Volunteer, Thomas R. Watson Conference in Rhetoric and Composition, 2006
Volunteer, Fall for the Book Literary Festival, 2000

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

Indiana University Southeast
Co-chair, Learning Spaces Committee, 2018 - present
Member, Learning Spaces Committee, 2017 - 2018
Member, Technology Tool Finder Committee, Indiana University Southeast, 2017 - present
Member, Planning Committee for Teaching with Technology Faculty Showcase webinar
series, Indiana University Southeast, 2017 - present

University of the Virgin Islands

University Committee Work
Member representing the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Catalogue Committee, 2016
Member, Faculty Executive Council, 2015-2016
Member, General Education Committee, 2015-2016

College Committee Work
Member, Academic Suspension/Probation Committee, 2016
Member, Virgin Islands Literary Festival and Book Fair Committee, 2014-2015
Member, “Program” subcommittee, 2014-2015
Member, “Speaker” subcommittee, 2014-2015

Area (Departmental) Committee Work
Chair, Assessment Committee, 2015-2016
Member, Creative Writing Committee, 2014-2015
Member, Enlivening the Major Committee, 2014-2015

Other Committee Work
Member, Master Professor Award Committee, 2015-2016
Member, Student Grievance Committee, 2014-2016
Reviewer, Who’s Who Among Students at American Colleges and Universities, 2014-2015

Other Service
Judge, UVI STX Library Essay (about an important author) Contest, 2016
Volunteer, International Day of Peace Celebration (university event), 2014, 2015
Volunteer, Virgin Islands Literary Festival and Book Fair, 2015, 2016
Volunteer, Turtle Watch, Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge, 2015

Morehead State University

University Committee Work
Member, Professional Development Committee, 2013
Member, Office of the Provost, Assistant Vice President of University College Search
Committee, 2012-2013
Member, Student Disciplinary Committee, 2011-2013

College Committee Work
Member, College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Graduate Committee, 2010-2012
Member, Camden-Carroll Library Prize for Undergraduate Research, 2010-2011

Departmental Committee Work
Member, English Department, English Education Search Committee, 2012-2013
Member, English Department, Chair Search Committee, 2010-2011
Member, English Department, General Education Writing Committee, 2009-2010
Member, English Department, Graduate Committee, 2009-2010
Member, English Department, Undergraduate Committee, 2009-2010

Other Committee Work
Substitute, General Education Council, Fall 2010
Substitute, Teacher Education Council, Fall 2010

University of Louisville

Member, Advisory Committee, Book in Common Program, First Year Experiences, 2008
Instructor, Book in Common Program, First Year Experiences, 2008
Participant, general education assessment of writing across disciplines, 2007, 2008
Peer Mentor, Rhetoric and Composition doctoral program, 2007, 2008

George Mason University

Representative for adjunct faculty, English Department Faculty Advisory Board, 2004-2005
Volunteer, Assessment, English 102 placement essays, 2000-2002

STUDENT CONTACT ACTIVITIES

Director, graduate MA thesis, student Dorothy Bouzouma, 2013
Committee member, graduate MA thesis, student Scott Bayer, 2013
Mentor, undergraduate research fellow, student James Mills, 2013
Mentor, Dreams program, 2012
Committee member, graduate MA thesis, student Theresa Collins, 2012
Consultant, personal narrative, undergraduate Rhodes Scholar applicant, 2011
Committee member, undergraduate BFA thesis, student Nathan Wellman, 2011
Supervisor, Graduate Assistant: Jacqueline Larson, 2009

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE

Paid editor/mentor to creative writing “Artist Enrichment” grant recipient, Dorothy Bouzouma,
Kentucky Foundation for Women through Kentucky Women Writers, 2016
Scholarly text copy editor, 2010
Dissertation copy editor, 2009
Op-ed writer, Louisville’s Eccentric Observer, Louisville, Kentucky, 2006
Writing tutor, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, 2000-2001
Director & Trainer, Cedar Ridge Camp Adventure/High Ropes/Teams courses, 1998-2000
Facilitator, High Ropes/Teams/Climbing Tower Cedar Ridge, Jefferson County Memorial
Forest, The Essence Retreat House 1995-2000

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