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Timothy A. Lepczyk
Works at Hendrix College
Attended University of Tennessee
Lives in Conway, AR
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Fellow in Digital Humanities & Pedagogy
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Python, XSLT, XML, HTML5, CSS3, Wordpress, Metadata, Writing, Project Management
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  • Hendrix College
    Digital Humanities & Pedagogy Fellow, 2012 - present
  • Washington University
    Digital Repository-Metadata Librarian, 2011 - 2012
  • Washington University
    Metadata Librarian II, 2007 - 2011
  • University of Tennessee
    Digital Coordinator, 2006 - 2007
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Conway, AR
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St. Louis - Traverse City - Yokohama, Japan - Wellington, NZ - Lincoln, NE - Holland, MI - Knoxville, TN
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Fellow in Digital Humanities & Digital Pedagogy at HendrixCollege | Writer | Man behind Scintilla Press & Eduhacker
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I publish the literary magazine, Scintillahttp://magazine.scintillapress.com/ & write for Eduhacker, http://www.eduhacker.net.
Education
  • University of Tennessee
    M.S. Information Sciences, 2005 - 2006
  • University of Nebraska
    M.A. English, 2002 - 2004
  • Meiji Gakuin Daigaku
    Study Abroad: Japanese Studies
  • Hope College
    B.A. Japanese Studies and English, 1997 - 2001
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That Dragon, Cancer is a memoir of a 5-year-old dying of cancer. It’s shattering and important.
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As officials try to track how many children in Flint, Mich., have been exposed to lead, underlying troubles prevalent among low-income families add to concerns.
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All The Light We Cannot See is a book so rich in detail that instead of reading, it felt like I took up residence in the pages.
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Lifelong learning and professional development go hand-in-hand.
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A well-worn path in the fantasy genre, filled with Western legends.
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NYTimes: How to Raise a Creative Child. Step One: Back Off
Child prodigies rarely become adult geniuses who change the world. Originality is difficult to encourage but easy to thwart.
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Strange, dark, and delightful.
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#MOOC 's aren't dead! 
Hogsmeade, Scotland—In a move sure to shake up the wizarding world, Hogwarts will launch it's first MOOC (massively open otherworldly course) this year.
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NYTimes: Education Technology Graduates From the Classroom to the Boardroom
Much of the money pouring into ed tech is going to start-ups focused on corporate training or professional skills, creating greater financing hurdles for companies that develop apps for school use.
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American Libraries journal turns article into Gale advertisement and the writers want you to know the truth.
American Libraries journal turns article into Gale advertisement and the writers want you to know the truth.
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