I taught at the collegiate level from 2006 to 2016. I have not always maintained online resources for my classes, but I can still account for my teaching work in some measure, whether I have maintained online materials or not; they are listed in reverse chronological order (i.e., most recent first) below. Where I have previous materials in place, I link to them.
Northern Oklahoma College
During the Spring 2016 instructional term, I taught at Northern Oklahoma College, an institution describing itself as the oldest community college in its state. While there, I taught a single section of Composition II; I worked as an adjunct instructor there, covering an unexpected instructional gap. Materials I developed for work at the College are linked here.
Oklahoma State University
From August 2013 through May 2016, I taught at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, a member of the Big 12 Conference. While there, I taught first-year composition, literature, and technical writing. Some of the online materials I developed for the work there are linked here and here, others here.
Technical Career Institutes
From May 2009 through August 2013, I taught at Technical Career Institutes, a for-profit, two-year, vocational college in New York City. While there, I taught college-preparatory English, first-year composition, public speaking, technical writing, and American literature; I also gave guest lectures in a number of classes. Such online teaching materials as I developed there are linked here.
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
I began study at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2005, and for the first fall and spring terms I spent there, I tutored students in the university’s writing center. (I mark with some pride that I accounted for fully half of the tutorial work carried out there in the Spring 2006 term.) From the Summer 2006 term through the Spring 2009, though, I taught classes ranging from college-preparatory English through first-year composition, several literature surveys, and advanced exposition, in addition to offering a number of one-off guest lectures.
Geoffrey B. Elliott
6 May 2016