Jessica McCullough

Director, Research Support & Curricular Technology

Jessica leads the research support, instructional technology, and media services teams. She also works as both an instructional designer and a librarian. As instructional designer, she collaborates with faculty in developing research and technology enhanced assignments. She organizes Teaching with Technology workshops and is an editor of the blog Engage: Teaching with Technology at Connecticut College. As a librarian, she supports students in conducting research and teaches information literacy classes in Hispanic Studies, Education, Human Development, and other subjects. She holds masters' degrees in both library science (MSI, University of Michigan) and Educational Technology Leadership (MAEd, George Washington University), and a Bachelor's degree from Kenyon College (Spanish Area Studies).


  • Davis, A.M., Parmer, R., Panciera, B. & McCullough, J. (2017). Faculty-library collaborations in digital history: A case study of the travel journal of Cornelius B. Gold. College & Undergraduate Libraries.
  • Parmer, R., Little, L., Lopez, A. & McCullough, J. (2017). From broadcast to conversation in an academic library. In Using Social Media to Build Communities: A LITA Guide edited by Scott Young and Doralyn Rossmann.
  • Panel Presentation: 'Free for All: A Discussion of Open Educational Resources (OERs) in U.S. and World History Survey Courses' at American Historical Association Conference, January 2017
  • Presentation and Workshop: 'Open Educational Resources' at CTW Retreat, June 2, 2016
  • Gonzalez, L. & McCullough, J. (2016). The Digital Divide at Connecticut College. Teaching and Learning at Connecticut College, 2016-17.
  • Lopez, A., Parmer, R., McCullough, J., Little, L. (2014). Starting a new Twitter account @Conncollegeis: With a report from #ALAMW14. Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship, 26.2.