Adjunct Professor, Jewish Studies, 2001-present
Specialist for Humanities Computing, 1987-1989
Academic Computing Specialist, 1985-1987
Teaching Fellow, German Studies, 1982-1984
Harvard Management Development Program
Ph.D., German Studies
B.A., Philosophy; B.A., German Literature
Publications and Articles
Translation (in preparation): Chronology of Nietzsche's Life, in volume 15 of the Kritische Studienausgabe, to appear in translation from Stanford University Press.
Article: "Learning Space Design, Theory, and Practice," in: Educause Review, July/August 2005, Vol. 40, number 4, page 30.
Book chapter: "Learning Spaces," in: Oblinger, D., and Oblinger, J., editors, Educating the Net Generation, an Educause eBook, 2004, chapter 12.
Article: Brown, M., and Lippincott, J., "Learning Spaces: More Than Meets the Eye," in: Educause Quarterly, 2003, No. 1, pages 14-16.
Book chapter: "Dartmouth College: The goal is universal access," in: Brown, D., editor, Ubiquitous Computing, The Universal Use of Computers on College Campuses, Bolton: Anchor Publishing Company, 2003, pages 14-33.
Web site: Nietzsche Chronicle, A WWW Exhibit of Nietzsche's Biography (http://www.dartmouth.edu/~fnchron). 1999-present.
Online edition: Nietzsche, Kritische Gesamtausgabe Werke, (the full text of Nietzsche's core works) on CD-ROM, published in the Past Masters series by Intelex Corporation and Walter de Gruyter & Co. (Berlin, New York). 1990.
Book: Friedrich Nietzsche und Ernst Schmeitzner: eine Dartstellung ihrer Beziehung, Buchhändler-Vereinigung GmbH, Frankfurt am Main, 1987
Article: "The Next workstation: UNIX for the scholar?," Newsletter for the Association for Computers and the Humanities, Vol. 11 (Spring 1989), No. 1, pp. 1-3
Article: "Macintosh and DOS implementations of TeX," The Scientist, Vol. 2, no. 1, (11 January 1988), pp. 18-21
Book chapter: "About Type Encoding Programs," Desktop Publishing Bible, The Waite Group, San Francisco, 1987, pp. 320-339
Panel, Models of Collaboration, On the Same Path series, Lewis and Clark College, March 2005.
"Bringing Theory into Practice: Learner-Centered Principles and New Roles for Faculty and Students," NLII 2005 Spring Focus Session, Rice University.
Seminar co-leader, "Learning Space Design for the 21st Century,"Educause Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference, Baltimore, MD, January, 2005.
"Pervasive Computing: Evolutionary Steps," Common Solutions Group meeting, Harvard University, September 2004.
"Constructivist Learning Spaces," NLII Focus Session, MIT, September, 2004.
Seminar co-leader, "Learning Space Design," Educause conference, October, 2004.
"The Learning in Collaborative Spaces," New Media Consortium conference, June 2004.
"Rethinking Learning Spaces," NERCOMP conference, March 2004.
"Learning Spaces: The New Challenges," Educause conference, October 2003.
"Collaborative Facilities: A CNI/Dartmouth Project," NERCOMP conference, March 2002.
"The Smart Classroom: What Does It Look Like Today?" CREN Tech Talk series, (11/15/01)
"Facilities for Partnerships," Educause conference, 2001
"Standard Technology Suites for Classrooms," Seminars on Academic Computing, August 2001
"Dartmouth's Baker/Berry project" (co-presented with Cynthia Pawlek), CNI conference, 2000.
"The Future of the Macintosh Operating System," August 1999 Seminars on Academic Computing
"Of Computarians and Librarians," 1998 NERCOMP conference
"Library/IT Partnerships and Mergers," 1997 CAUSE conference
"Dartmouth's Approach to Electronic Classrooms," 1997 NERCOMP conference
"Instructional IT Services For Faculty," 1997 NECUSE conference, Harvard University
"Navigating the Waters. The Dartmouth College Information System," concluding IMHE conference, Paris, France, April 1995
"Dartmouth's Computer Distribution," 1995 ResNet conference, Stanford University
"Building an Academic Information System"; Panels: "Text Analysis Software: The Next Step," "Humanities Computing Facilities," 1993 International Joint Conference of the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing (ALLC) and the Association for Computing and the Humanities (ACH), Georgetown University
"Nietzsche On-line: Report and Future Directions," American Philosophical Association conference, December 1992
"Electronic Texts: Quality, Acceptability, and Control," 1992 ACH/ALLC Conference, Oxford University, England
"Thus coded Zarathustra," Modern Language Association conference, 1991
"Keyboarding vs. Optical Character Recognition," 1989 International Joint Conference of the ALLC and the ACH, University of Toronto, Canada
Leader for the discussion groups "User Interface" and "Pedagogy," Sakai Education Partners Program, current.
Planning committee, NLII Focus Session on Informal Learning Spaces, Estrella Mountain Community College, AZ, September 2005.
Educause Committee on Emerging Technologies, 2005-present.
Planning Committee, NLII Focus Session on Emerging Practices and Learning Technologies, Rice University, March 2005.
Dartmouth's institutional representative for NERCOMP, 2002-present.
Planning committee, NLII Focus Session on Learning Spaces, MIT, September, 2004.
Planning committee member and presenter, PKAL/NITLE workshops, "Planning Technology-rich Spaces for Learning," DePauw University, October 2003; Vassar College, October 2004.
With the Coalition for Networked Information, Collaborative Facilities web site, 2002-5.
Member, Board of Directors, New Media Consortium, 2001-2004; Board Secretary, 2002-3; Chairman of the Board, 2003-4.
Member, 2004 Horizon Project Advisory Board, an initiative of the Educause Learning Initiative and the New Media Consortium.
Co-organizer (with Dartmouth Biomedical Library), October conference, Dartmouth, October 2002.
Member, Educational Applications and Learning Practices Group, Open Knowledge Initiative (OKI) 2000-2.
Educause Advisory Council on Teaching and Learning, 2001-2004.
Conference program committees: Educational Media 1996; CAUSE 1997; Educause, 2001 (teaching and learning track).
Co-leader, Educause Constituent Group on Libraries and Information Technology, 1997-present.
Review of the Multimedia Access Program, August 1998
CAUSE/CNI Library/IT Working Together workshop leader, 19971999
Participant in the CNI project "Assessing the Academic Networked Environment," 1997-1998
Science Teaching Institute, Dartmouth College, 1995
CNI Focus Group, "Assessing the True Costs of Networked Information," July 1995
Co-leader, TEI "Metaworkshop," University of Illinois at Chicago, December 1994
Review panel, Reference and Bibliographic Materials, National Endowment for the Humanities, January 1993
Executive Council, Association for Computing in the Humanities, 1988-1993
Peer review panel, Personal Computing Branch, National Institutes of Health, April 1992
References available upon request.
Last updated 20 July 2005