Teaching

Classes

  • DES 596: Communication Design for Interactive Media. Client for course project. University of Alberta. Winter 2020.
  • DMIT 2590: Capstone Project. Client and project lead for interactive display applications developed. Northern Alberta Institute of Technology. Winter 2018.
  • CMPUT 401: Software Process and Product Management. Client and best project award winner for location-based mobile application developed. University of Alberta. Fall 2017.
  • GASD71: Culinary History. Technical instruction for student project development. University of Toronto Scarborough. Winter 2016.
  • HISD71: Culinary Ethnography. Technical Co-instructor. University of Toronto Scarborough. Winter 2016.
  • HISC29: Global Commodities. Technical Co-instructor. University of Toronto Scarborough. Winter 2016.
  • HISB03: Digital Darjeeling. Technical Co-instructor. University of Toronto Scarborough.  inter 2016.
  • HISA04: Themes in World History. Technical instruction on student project development. University of Toronto Scarborough. Winter 2016.
  • HISD17: Digital History: “Pathways to Toronto”. Co-instructor. University of Toronto Scarborough. Fall 2015.
  • GASC54: Eating and Drinking Across Global Asia. Technical instruction on student project development. University of Toronto Scarborough.  Fall 2015.
  • GASB74: Asian Foods and Global Cities. Technical instruction on student project development. University of Toronto Scarborough. Fall 2015.

Workshops

  • “Fail4Lib.” Code4LibYEG Summer Workshop. Edmonton, AB. July 5, 2019.
  • “Location-based information services: web and augmented reality.” Code4LibYEG Spring Workshop. Edmonton, AB. May 25, 2018.
  • “So you think you can repo? Introduction to digital repositories using Islandora.” Code4Lib Alberta Conference. Edmonton, AB. November 24-25, 2016.

Guest Lectures

  • DH 500: Introduction to Digital Humanities. Lydia Zvyagintseva, Peter Binkley, Harvey Quamen, Sarah-Jeanne Belec. Fall 2020.
  • MLCS 795: Information Literacy and Scholarly Communication. October 23, 2020.
  • NS 290: Introduction to Research and Inquiry. September 2020.
  • LIS 520: Information Resources in Specialized Fields. “Technology and Health Science Libraries.” Lydia Zvyagintseva and Kate Cawthorn. University of Alberta. March 2, 2020.
  • NS 290: Introduction to Research Methods. Lydia Zvyagintseva and Kate Cawthorn. Tour and scavenger hunt exercise developed. University of Alberta. November 28, 2019.
  • MLCS 795: Information Literacy and Scholarly Communication. Harvey Quamen and Lydia Zvyagintseva. University of Alberta. October 24, 2019.
  • LIS 597: Advanced Research Methods. “Research Methods and DSC.” University of Alberta. November 6, 2019.
  • INFM 202: Information Services II. “Digital Initiatives at UAL.” Sonya Betz, Sean Luyk, Lydia Zvyagintseva. MacEwan University. November 27, 2018.
  • INFM 258: Information Systems Design. “Digital Exhibits and Information Architecture.” MacEwan University. December 1, 2017.
  • INFM 101: Libraries in the Information Age. “Data Visualization and Digital Literacy.” MacEwan University. October 23, 2017.
  • LIS 598: Knowledge Production, Diffusion & Reception in LIS. Holly Arnason, Carla Iacchelli, Lydia Zvyagintseva. University of Alberta. March 6, 2017.
  • LIS 538: Digital Libraries. “Digital Libraries Software.” University of Alberta. January 19, 2017.
  • REA 6119: Research Seminar. “Open Data and Research Methods.” Georgian College, Barrie, ON. April 14, 2016.