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Deborah Pierce: Publications, Teaching & Presentations

Education Librarian & Instructor

Publications, Teaching & Professional Contributions

See the Honors Program Librarian Spotlight for an interview with Deborah about her research and work with students

Selected Publications

Courses Taught at the University of Washington

  • Faculty advisor for Undergraduate Senior Thesis (CHID 491B), Leigh Friedman, "sightSEAer: Southern Hip-Hop, Identity, Ethics, and Feminism," 2017.
  • Honors 398/394: Exploring the Power of Music, Winter Quarters, 2012 through 2017.
  • GenSt 197: Inspiration from Contemporary Thinkers: Exploring Your Place in the Universe, Winter, 2009 and  2011 ; GenSt 297: Spring, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017
  • GenST 350: Faculty supervisor for Service Learning project, 2009
  • GenSt 197: The Power of Music, Winter, 2010
  • MusEd 496: Mind and Body Health for Musicians, Summer, 2003
  • Supervised several Fieldwork students for the Information School

Selected Web-Accessible Databases Created

Selected Presentations

  • "Whose Voice Am I Missing? Using Reflective Pedagogy in the Music Classroom," College Music Society National Conference, San Antonio, TX, October, 2017
  • "Facilitating Innovative Undergraduate Music Inquiry Projects: Rethinking the Research Paper," College Music Society National Conference, San Antonio, TX, October, 2017
  •  "What Art Offers Leadership,"  UW Leadership Educators Workshop, May 25, 2017.
  • "Tips and Techniques for Balancing Yourself as a Thinker/Writer," OWRC Dissertation Retreat, Summer, 2016.
  • Interviewed for "Please Interrupt Us," OWRC Podcast on research and writing, April, 2016.
  • "Toward a Process of Inquiry: Revisiting Tutor Training in the OWRC," Team Poster session, Annual Teaching and Learning Symposium, University of Washington Center for Teaching and Learning, April 19, 2016.
  • "In Process: Framing Student Inquiry." OWRC Tutor Training, Fall, 2015 (with John Holmes & Kathleen Collins)
  • "Exploring Your Place in the Universe: Integrating Social Artistry with Pedagogical Research Allies." Social Artistry Summit, Ashland, OR, August, 2014.
  • Workshop: "Sharing Your Expertise with Other Audiences", OWRC Dissertation Retreat, Summer, 2014.
  • "Teaching the Realms of Knowing: Framing Thinking in the Classroom," Poster session, Annual Teaching and Learning Symposium, University of Washington Center for Teaching and Learning, April 15, 2014.
  • "Anyone Can Sing: Exploring the Power of Music," Your Brain Needs Music Symposium, American Music Research Center, Boulder, CO, October, 2013.
  • Workshop: "Integrating Research and Writing", Tutor Training for the Odegaard Writing & Research Center, Summer, 2013.
  • "Teaching the Art of Interconnection, Communication, and Transformation through Music," Social Artistry Summit and Congress, Ashland, OR, August, 2012.
  • Panelist: "Artists Speaking About the Muse," Social Artistry Summit and Congress, Ashland, OR, August, 2012.
  • "RISM Data as Metadata for Digital Collections," Music Documentation in Libraries, Scholarship, and Practice, Mainz, June, 2012 (Paper read by co-pi, Anne Graham)
  • "Providing the Hook: Designing Assignments with Personal Relevance and Life-Long Learning Skills," Poster session, Annual Teaching and Learning Symposium, University of Washington Center for Teaching and Learning, April 19, 2011.
  • "Building a Patchwork of Possibility: Projects and Reflections of a Musician, Educator, and Scholar," Social Artistry Summit and Congress, Seattle, WA, 2011.
  • "Creation of the University of Washington Music Digital Library: Bringing RISM A/II Manuscripts to the World," Pacific Northwest Music Library Association Meeting, Vancouver, BC, April 29, 2011.
  • Guest lecture/demonstrations, "The Harpsichord in the Baroque," Music 120, Fall, 2005 through Winter, 2011
  • Guest lecture, "Information Literacy in the Music Curriculum: Teaching in the Information Age," Music 520 (Music in Higher Education), Fall, 2007.
  • "Musician's Wellness," University of Washington Teacher In-Service Day, 2006.
  • "Dousing Slow Burning Fires: A Dewey Scores Preservation Project," Music Library Association National Meeting, February, 2006.
  •  Day-long workshops "Marching to Different Drummers: Learning and Communication Styles," University of Washington, 2001; Oregon State University, 2003.

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