Teaching

I have a background in community-based education and organizing, and have facilitated youth and adult programs on anti-racism, combating oppression, co-operatives, sexual assault crisis response, domestic violence, and women’s, GLBT, and reproductive health issues. I have also taught in a Head Start preschool that used HighScope curriculum, and taught music lessons to elementary-aged children. Over the past decade I have been more focused on formal post-secondary teaching, which is detailed below.

 

Post-Secondary Teaching Experience

 

Capilano University

Women’s & Gender Studies Program

WGST 100: Introduction to Women’s Studies: Fall 2007, Fall 2010

WGST 111: Introduction to Gender Studies: Spring 2015, Spring 2016, Spring 2017

WGST 224: Women and Health:  Summer 2007, Spring 2008, Summer 2009, Spring 2010, Summer 2011, Summer 2012; Winter 2014

LBST 39x: Liberal Studies Tutorial (directed study): Spring 2014: Online self-representation, Spring 2015: “Teen Mom” reality shows

LBST 401: Case Studies in Contemporary Issues: Queer Intersections Spring 2017

Course Development: Revised WGST 100, WGST 124/224, co-developed new WGST 111: Introduction to Gender Studies, co-developing LSBA 401: Queer Intersections (scheduled for Spring 2017)

 

University of British Columbia

School of Library, Archival and Information Studies

LIBR 561: Information Policy: Fall 2008

LIBR 596: Professional Experience (Student supervision): Fall 2007, Summer 2008, Spring 2013, Fall 2016

Guest Teaching, Lectures, and Rounds Presentations

  1. Greyson, D. (2016, March). Health information practices. Guest taught class for LIBR 506: Human-Information Interaction. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
  2. Greyson, D. (2015, December). Vaccine hesitancy and parents in British Columbia. Presented at the Child & Family Research Institute TGIF Seminar Series, Vancouver, BC.
  3. Greyson, D. (2015, September). Health information and young parents. Academic Rounds lecture presented at the Immunity and Infectious Disease Rounds, BC Children’s Hospital, Vancouver, BC.
  4. Greyson, D. (2015, March). Health information practices and the experiences of early-age parents Guest lecture presented to LIBR 553: Understanding Information Users in Diverse Environments, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
  5. Greyson, D. (2014, May). LGBTQ health. Guest lecture presented to DPAS 401: Doctor, Patient & Society. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
  6. Greyson, D. (2014, March). Health information practices and the experiences of early-age parents. Guest lecture presented to LIBR 553: Understanding Information Users in Diverse Environments, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
  7. Greyson, D. (2014, February).  Health information practices and the experiences of early-age parents in British Columbia. Grand Rounds lecture presented to of the School of Population & Public Health, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
  8. Greyson, D. (2013, April). Research-embedded health librarianship. Continuing education talk presented to the Health Libraries Association of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
  9. Greyson, D. (2013, March). Health information practices and teenage parents. Guest lecture presented to LIBR 553: Understanding Information Users in Diverse Environments, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
  10. Greyson, D. (2012, March). Making change with information research. Guest lecture presented to LIBR 534: Health Information Sources and Services, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
  11. Greyson, D. (2006-2011, various). Finding HSR literature; Open access: What, why & how. Guest lectures presented to HCEP/SPPH 548: Health Services Research Methods, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
  12. Greyson, D. (2009, November). Systematic review searching and documentation. Guest lecture presented to SPPH 507/607: Research in Progress, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
  13. Morrison, H. & Greyson, D. (2009, October). University supports for open access: A Canadian national study. Public campus lecture presented at Open Access Week, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.
  14. Greyson, D. (2007, March).  Library services and materials for young parents. Guest lecture presented to LIBR 528: Services for Young Adults. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC.

Invited Talks

  1. Greyson, D. (2016, May). Vaccine hesitancy: Views from front line providers. Lightning talk presented at the Canadian Immunization Research Network Annual Meeting, Toronto, ON.
  2. Greyson, D. & Rubincam, C. (2016, May).Qualitative methods for immunization research. Online webinar presented for the Canadian Centre for Vaccinology/Canadian Immunization Research Network Research Education Series.
  3. Greyson, D. (2013, May). Scoping, mapping and reviewing literatures: The example of long-acting reversible contraception in biomedical literature. Invited lecture presented at the Population Health Intervention Research Network (PHIRnet) Summer Institute, Montreal, QC.
  4. Copeland, L., Greyson, D., Kirchner, J., Morrison, H., Vanderjagt, L., & Waller, A. (2009, July). Walking the talking with the CLA open access interest group. Pre-conference session presented at the Public Knowledge Project (PKP) Scholarly Publishing Conference, Vancouver, BC.