Content Analysis • CMS/LMS • Ed Tech • SEO • Digital Strategy
Jacob Broderick oversees digital content development, strategy, and analysis for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at George Mason University. His teaching and curriculum design have received multiple awards and formal recognition from the university. He has delivered papers at a number of conferences, including Cultural Rhetorics, SWPACA, PAMLA, NeMLA, and CEA-MAG. He earned his BA in English from Wells College in 2008, and his MA in English from King's College London in 2010.
Recent projects include a contextual inquiry analysis of Uber/Lyft rideshare drivers, UX research on collaborative productivity platforms, and implementing unique LMS solutions in online learning environments.
"Teach Your Students To Be Slackers: Design Affordances and Activity Theory in Collaborative Productivity Platforms." Southwest Popular/American Culture Association Conference 2017. Albuquerque, NM. February 2017.
"Our Cars, Ourselves: Does American Automobility Face An Existential Threat?" Cultural Rhetorics 2016. Michigan State University. East Lansing, MI. October 2016.
“‘Without Contraries is No Progression’: Doing Dialogic Empathy in Online Composition.” Faculty Roundtable: The Challenges of the Online Professor. NEMLA 2015. Ryerson University. Toronto, ON. May 2015.