Dr. Jade E. Davis spends a lot of time thinking about how tech becomes invisible in everyday life and how it affects intrahuman interaction. She is fascinated by the accident built into, erasure caused by, and imaginary world of emerging technologies and how they recreate cultural biases. Her research focuses on questions of multi-generational trauma and crisis and the stories we’ve inherited through technology in the digital age. In her day to day life, she is the Director of Digital Project Management for Columbia University Libraries. Her work brings technology and digital practices into formal and informal learning spaces as ethically and equitably as possible while deepening connections to the analog world. Previously she was the Director of ePortfolio and Digital Initiatives at LaGuardia Community College’s Center for Teaching and Learning. Her writing on digital media in higher education has been featured on the Digital Media and Learning Central blog.