Emily Coolidge Toker
Emily Coolidge Toker is the Digital Pedagogy Librarian, supporting faculty and librarians with instructional design, educational technology integration, and pedagogical innovation. She provides training workshops, consultations, and personalized assistance to faculty, students, researchers, and library staff, as well as public workshops for the community.
Emily has an MLIS from Simmons, an M.A. in Cultural Studies from Sabanci University, and a B.A. in Sociology from Bryn Mawr College. Her research interests include translation theory, mimesis, the globalization and politics of English, and diaspora studies. With Sarah DeMott, she supports the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, and the Judaica Division; and with Jess Cohen-Tanugi, the Linguistics Department.
Emily is a Copyright First Responder, and part of the Qualitative Research Support Group and the Digital Scholarship Support Group.
- Schedule a Qualitative Research Support Consultation (Open to all)
- Schedule a Digital Scholarship Consultation (Open to all)
- Schedule a Course/Assignment Support Consultation (Open to Faculty)
- Partner with the Media Lab to develop new instructional material (Open to Staff)
- Research, Teaching, and Learning