Eleri works with the CNDLS Technology-Enhanced Learning team to provide support for campus use of tools such as the i>Clicker system, lecture capture, and Blackboard.
Her initial involvement with CNDLS arose from her interest in technology-mediated communication. Eleri’s undergraduate work focused on human communication and interaction, anthropology, and linguistics. Her Bachelor’s thesis applied the methodologies of sociolinguistics and conversation analysis to investigate both gender differences in humor and the linguistic devices available in computer-mediated communication through an examination of tweets from female comedians.
Eleri graduated with her Masters from the Communication, Culture and Technology program at Georgetown. She is a proud graduate of Juniata College, where she earned a BA in Communication Studies in 2013.