Monica Garcia Brooks, (Ed.D., Marshall University) Asst. VP for Information Technology for Online Learning & Libraries and Co-Director of MU’s Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Gender in Appalachia. In addition to managing the academic libraries and distance education program at Marshall, her research interests include library management, technology, and curriculum, online education, migration trends in Appalachia, the 1933 Chicago World's Fair model homes, and her family's circus, La Carpa Garcia, 1914-1947.
David J. Trowbridge (Ph.D., Kansas) is an Associate Professor of History and the Director of African and African American Studies at MU. Dr. Trowbridge has also authored several articles in leading academic publications such as the Journal of American History and Journal of African American History. Trowbridge has also coordinated several panels, THATCamps, and roundtable discussions on digital humanities for the Open Education Conference, the Appalachian Studies Association, and the Organization of American Historians.
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/monica_brooks/10/