Instructor of Record 
INLS 203 Human Information Behavior (Spring 2018)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
School of Information and Library Science
This undergraduate-level course introduces key areas and concepts in information science, including task modeling, information seeking behavior, search behavior, human-computer interactions, usability, user interfaces, social media and social media analysis.
Students say: 
"Megan really cared about her students and the subject matter she was teaching. She always kept class engaging and fun while teaching us a lot. I liked the structure of the course and it introduced me to a lot of new topics."
INLS 501 Information Resources and Services (Summer 2018, 2019; online)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
School of Information and Library Science
This graduate-level course is concerned with the analysis, use, and evaluation of information and reference systems, services, and tools for both printed and electronic delivery. Provides a foundation in electronic information search techniques, question negotiation, interviewing, and instruction. (core course)
PhD Teaching Fellow
Research Design (Summer 2019)
i3, University of Pittsburgh School of Computing and Information
The iSchool Inclusion Institute (i3) is an undergraduate research and leadership development program that prepares students from underrepresented populations for graduate study and careers in the information sciences. Co-taught two-week module on research design.
Guest Lectures 
"The Influence of Socio-technical Environments on the Information Behaviors and HIV Risk Reduction Behaviors of  Black Gay Men" (Summer 2019)
Project ENABLE, Carolina Health Informatics Program
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
"Survey and Questionnaire Design" (Spring 2019)
BIME 554, Biomedical Informatics Interactions and Design
University of Washington School of Medicine
"How People Search for and Evaluate Online Complementary and Integrative Health Information" (Spring 2019)
INLS 705, Health Sciences Information 
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
School of Information and Library Science 
"Health Information and Health Literacy" (Spring 2018)
INLS 151 Retrieving and Analyzing Information 
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
School of Information and Library Science
"Information Quality/Value" (Spring 2017)
INLS 500 Human Information Interactions 
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
School of Information and Library Science
Graduate Teaching Assistant 
INLS 500 Human Information Interactions (Spring 2017)
This graduate-level course is concerned with the behavioral and cognitive activities of those who interact with information, with emphasis on the role of information mediators. How information needs are recognized and resolved; use and dissemination of information. (core course)
Library & Community Instruction
AIDS Library of Philadelphia
  • Digital literacy - Computer and Internet Basics, MS Word, MS Excel
  • Health literacy - Assessing Online Health Information, Accessing Online Health Information
  • Adult education - Job Seeking, Resume Building
People's Emergency Center (PEC) Center for Digital Inclusion and Technology
  • Introduction to Programming, Tech St@rs Program
Syracuse University, Bird Library, Learning Commons
  • Designed, taught/co-taught, and assessed library instruction sessions
  • Provided high-quality instruction services on a variety of subjects to students and faculty
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