Links

Here are a few links if you’d like to learn more about my educational history and a few links I thought would be good to share. Feel free to browse 🙂

My Teaching Portfoilo– this is an online portfolio that houses my educational experience, including CV, Teaching Rationale, and Sample Syllabus. Take a gander.

https://rrubalcavaspring14teaport.wordpress.com/

My Profile on Ratemyprofessor.com- I actually have two profiles, but the one I’m sharing has the most reviews, so I’ll share this one. I teach at California State University, Northridge and Glendale Community College as an adjunct instructor- feel free to look up both. (Sidenote: this may sound like I’m gloating- I’m not. There are some reviews that aren’t too great. I decided to share this to show more of my academic experience. 

http://www.ratemyprofessors.com/ShowRatings.jsp?tid=1981048 

Here’s a site I really enjoy- DearEnglishMajor.com It’s a really helpful site for English majors, which includes interviews with English students, graduates, and writers. They also have great Literature merch, too. Check them out. 

http://www.dearenglishmajor.com/

Grad Life, interpreted through  elaborate Lego sets. This is actually really good! Comical and satirical, this page is a series of episodes in the existential abyss that is grad school. There is very little info about who this person is, however I highly recommend scrolling through and enjoying. (that will easily be your whole day)

http://legogradstudent.tumblr.com/

I’m also really into comics and comics scholarship– here are a few comic artists and their websites. Some have their own books, and have been featured in a few publications. Highly recommended 

The Oatmeal (the site is pretty large, so I decided to link to a page I really enjoyed reading, focused on what creativity is and what spurs those creative gears. Good read!)- http://theoatmeal.com/comics/creativity

Leslie Stein- http://majesticcreature.tumblr.com/ 

Sarah Anderson- http://www.gocomics.com/sarahs-scribbles 

This site is one I’ve used quite a bit for tips on studying for the GRE Literature exam. Highly recommended if you are taking it soon. 

http://lasr.cs.ucla.edu/alison/hapaxlegomena/

This page is a work-in-progress since I’m not sure what else to add. Will continue to build on this 🙂