Elizabeth Szypulski is an instructional designer and a first-year student in the Digital Humanities MA program at the CUNY Graduate Center. She has over a decade of experience creating interactive learning tools and developing curriculum for educational, non-profit, and corporate clients. In a previous role, she directed an accredited digital skills online class program that awarded more than 15,000 CEUs annually. Her research interests include public history and digital learning design for non-digital-native learners, including those who find traditional educational experiences inaccessible or discouraging.
She joined the More Than Surviving team with the goal of contributing to a meaningful public history project and developing her own research and coding skills. She serves as a co-project manager and developer. She is responsible for developing an interactive timeline of Wampanoag activism.