Writer/Owner, Hack Education, Spring 2010 - present
Freelance Writer, Spring 2010 - present
Special Interest Group Program Manager, International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), Spring 2008 - Spring 2010
Graduate Teaching Fellowship, University of Oregon, Fall 1999 - Fall 2000, Fall 2001 - Summer 2007
Practicum Coordinator, University of Oregon Literacy Initiative, Winter - Spring 2001
Conference Assistant, Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, Winter 2000 - Winter 2001
Graduate Assistant, Archivist, Randall V. Mills Folklore Archives, University of Oregon, Winter - Spring 2000
Conference Coordinator, Conference Services, University of Oregon, 1997-1999
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, 2001-2007
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, 2000
THESIS TITLE: Political Pranks: The Performance of Radical Humor
University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY, 1996
THESIS TITLE: Reproductive Technologies: Representation and Reconstruction through Feminist Utopian Fiction
The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 1990-1992
St. Clares, Oxford England, 1990
Watters, Audrey. "MOOC Mania: Debunking the hype around massive open online courses," School Library Journal, April 2013
---. "Confessions of a MOOC-her," Campus Technology, December 2012
---. "Unbundling and Unmooring," EDUCAUSE Review, September 2012
Watters, Audrey with Jon Becker, editors. Hack(ing) School(ing), Summer 2012
Watters, Audrey. Inside Higher Ed archive, Winter 2011 - present
---. "To Have and Have Not: When It Comes To The Latest Technology, Some Schools Are More Equal Than Others," School Library Journal, May 2012
---. "The Truth About Tablets," School Library Journal, February 2012
---. O'Reilly Radar archive, Spring 2011 - Summer 2012
---. MindShift archive, Spring 2011 - Winter 2012
---. Edutopia archive, Summer 2011 - Fall 2011
---. ReadWriteWeb archive, Spring 2010 - Summer 2011
---. Huffington Post archive, Winter 2011 - Spring 2011
Vanderford, Audrey. "Activism." Encyclopedia of Womens Folklore and Folklore. ed. Ed Liz Locke, Theresa A Vaughan and Pauline Greenhill. Westport: Greenwood Press,2009, 3-4
---. "Consciousness Raising." Encyclopedia of Womens Folklore and Folklore. ed. Ed Liz Locke, Theresa A Vaughan and Pauline Greenhill. Westport: Greenwood Press, 2009, 97-99
---. "Emma Goldman." Encyclopedia of Women's Autobiography. ed. Victoria Boynton and Jo Malin. Westport: Greenwood Press, 2005, 250-252
Richardson, Tina and Audrey Vanderford. "Butterflies and Boobs (Or, How to Manufacture an Environmental Pin-Up Girl)". Women and the Media: National and Global Perspectives. ed. Teresa Carilli and Jane Campbell. Lanham: University Press of America, 2005, 169-183
Vanderford, Audrey. Review of The Raw Brunettes[Lorraine Schein]. FEMSPEC. 4.2 (2004): 184-187
---. "The Theory of Pie." Pie Any Means Necessary: The Biotic Baking Brigade Cookbook. Oakland: AK Press, 2004. 13-17
---. "Ya Basta! A Mountain of Bodies that Advances, Seeking the Least Harm Possible to Itself." Representing Resistance: Media, Civil Disobedience and the Global Justice Movement. ed. Andrew Opel and Donnalyn Pompper. Westport: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2003. 16-26
---. "The Legacy of Julia Butterfly Hill" [book review]. Women and Environments International. 52/53 (2001): 45-46
---. "Pie, Oh My!" Oregon Quarterly. 80.4 (2001): 8
---. "We Can Lick the Upper Crust Pies as Political Pranks. to the Quick Journal. 4 (2001): 7-20
Watters, Audrey. "[Expletive Deleted] Ed-Tech," Ed-Tech Innovation, May 3, 2013.
---. "The Three Laws of Ed-Tech Robotics," TEDxNYED, April 27, 2013
Watters, Audrey, with Mako Hill and Philipp Schmidt. "Open Learning," MIT Media Lab, March 11, 2013.
Watters, Audrey, "Whose Learning Is It Anyway?" WebWise, March 8, 2013
Watters, Audrey, with Steve Weber, Steven Hodas, and Jess Bialecki, "Building Schools into the Innovation Ecosystem," SXSWedu, March 5, 2013
Watters, Audrey, with Richard Culatta, Sir Jim Knight, and Rod Berger, "A Lord, a Lady and a Deputy Walk into a..." SXSWedu, March 5, 2013
Watters, Audrey. "Who Owns Your Education Data? (And Why Does It Matter?" ETMOOC, February 26, 2013.
---, panelist, Education and APIs, API Business and Strategy Conference, February 22, 2013
---. "Who Owns Your Education Data?" Disrupting Higher Education, Trinity College February 19. 2013.
---. "The Case for the Campus Makerspace," ELI Annual Meeting, February 6, 2013.
---. panelist, 2013 Horizon Report, ELI Annual Meeting, February 4, 2013.
---. "The Politics of Ed-tech." Educon, January 27, 2013.
---. panelist, Beyond the Textbook, New York University, November 30, 2012.
---. "Publishing Outside the Academy." THATCamp Hybrid Pedagogy, October 21, 2012.
---. "Ed-Tech and the 3 Laws of Robotics, " Learning 2.0, August 24, 2012.
Watters, Audrey, with Steve Hargadon. "Drilling Down on the Real Impacts of Emerging Technologies in Education," Emerging Technologies for Online Learning Symposium, July 26, 2012
Watters, Audrey. "Ed-Tech and the 3 Laws of Robotics," CALI conference, June 22, 2012
Watters, Audrey, with Philipp Schmidt. "OER from the Edge: MOOC Shop." Innovate/Activate. University of California, Berkeley, April 21, 2012
---. "Massive Open Online Classes and the Future of EDU." Higher Ed Live, April 15, 2012
Watters, Audrey, with Betsy Corcoran, Lisa Wolfe, and Frank Catalano. "Ed-Tech Reporting: Why It Sucks and What We Should Do About It." SXSWedu. March 8, 2012
Watters, Audrey. "Moving Beyond Our Hatred of Blackboard." University of Texas, Austin. Guest talk for George Veletsianos' class. March 8, 2012
---. "The State of Ed-Tech in 2012." Higher Ed Live, January 8, 2012
Watters, Audrey, with Dawn Shrum. "Brownbag: Facebook Privacy." International Society for Technology in Education. November 20, 2009
Vanderford, Audrey. Zine workshop. ENG 410/510 Community Literacy. Prof. Suzanne Clark. University of Oregon. Summer, 2004, Summer 2002, Summer 2001
---. "Reality TV: Postmodernism, the Hyperreal, The Osbournes." Guest lecture. English 266 History of the Motion Picture: World War II to the present. University of Oregon, May 28, 2003
---. Freedom and Focus: Engaging Students with Innovative Units panel. Composition and Community Fall Composition Conference, University of Oregon, September 25, 2002
---. "Anarcha-feminism." Anarchy: The Intentional Creation of a New Movement. June 12, 2002
---. Theory and Practice panel. Ecological Conversations Colloquium. University of Oregon, May 6, 2002
---. "Anarchism and Feminism." Against Patriarchy conference. January 27, 2002
---. "Pie Politics." To the Point. Public Radio International. May 21, 2001
Richardson, Tina and Audrey Vanderford, Boobs and Butterflies: Eco-feminine Complicity (Or, How to Manufacture an Environmental Pin-up Girl). Ecological Conversations Seminar. University of Oregon, April 6, 2001
Vanderford, Audrey. Folklore and Religion. Guest lecture. English 250 Introduction to Folklore. University of Oregon, November 11, 1999
Watters, Audrey, with Steve Hargadon. Hack Education Weekly Podcast, 2011 - present.
Guest appearances on The Digital Campus
Writing for the Web, P2PU, Spring 2012
Comparative Literature 399 Gender and Identity in Literature, University of Oregon, Summer 2007
Comparative Literature 103 Introduction to Comparative Literature: Visual Culture, University of Oregon, Spring 2007
Comparative Literature 204 World of Fiction: Clowns and Tricksters, University of Oregon, Winter 2007, Winter 2005
Comparative Literature 399 World of Film: Gangsters in Popular Culture, University of Oregon, Fall 2006, Fall 2005, Summer 2005
Comparative Literature 204 World of Fiction: Sixties Counterculture(s), University of Oregon, Summer 2006, Winter 2006
Comparative Literature 204 World of Fiction: World Science Fiction, University of Oregon, Spring 2006, Summer 2004
Comparative Literature 202 World of Drama: Manifesto as Political Theater, University of Oregon, Spring 2005
Writing 122 College Composition II, University of Oregon, Fall 2003, Fall 2002, Winter 2002, Spring 2002
Women and Gender Studies 399 Feminist Science Fiction: Monsters, Cyborgs, and Women, University of Oregon, Summer 2003
Writing 121 College Composition I, University of Oregon, Fall 2001
Womens Studies 408 Anarcha-feminism, University of Oregon, Summer 2001
Comparative Literature 101 Literature, Language, Culture, (Prof. Leah Middlebrook), University of Oregon, Fall 2004
English 266 History of the Motion Picture: World War II to the Present, (Prof. Michael Aronson, Prof. Kathleen Karlyn), University of Oregon, Spring 2004, Spring 2003
English 265 History of the Motion Picture: The Silent Era to World War II, (Prof. Michael Aronson, Prof. Lesli Larson), University of Oregon, Winter 2004, Winter 2003
English 250 Introduction to Folklore, (Prof. Sharon Sherman), University of Oregon, Fall 1999
Vanderford, Audrey. Spoiling Survivor. Western States Folklore Society Meeting. Eugene, OR. April 15-16, 2005
---. Detournement and the Anarchist Practice of Defamiliarization. (in absentia) MMLA conference. St. Louis, MO. November 4-7, 2004
---. Who Wants to Marry a Construction Worker? Class, Gender, and Joe Millionaire. Popular Culture Association conference. San Antonio, TX. April 7-11, 2004
---. Political Pranks: Performing Anarchist Humor. Culture and the State. University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB. May 2-5, 2003
---. Cant See the Forest for Her Tree: Celebrity, Activism, and the Legacy of Julia Butterfly Hill, Taking Nature Seriously: Citizens, Science, and Environment. University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, February 25-27, 2001; Looking Forward, Looking Back, Lewis & Clark Gender Studies Symposium. Portland, OR, March 14-16, 2001
---. Whose Streets? Our Streets! Whose World? Our World! -- Narratives and Negotiation after the WTO, California Folklore Society Meeting. Berkeley, CA, April 14-15, 2000
---. Pioneers and Pagans: Celebrating the Summer Solstice in Casper, Wyoming, American Folklore Society Meeting. Memphis, TN, October 20-24, 1999
Fellow, Educause Learning Initiative, Winter 2013 - present.
Advisory Board, SXSWedu, 2012.
Reviewer, Learning Design and Technology Expo, Stanford University, Summer 2012.
Co-chair, Education strand at OSCON, 2012
Media Predicts 2012, Silicon Valley, 2011
Beall Dissertation Prospectus Award, Comparative Literature Program, University of Oregon, 2005
General University Scholarship, University of Oregon, 2003-2006