- Doctor of Education (EdD), University of Florida, 2023
Graduate Certificate, TESOL, American University, Washington, DC, 2010
Master of Library Science (MLS), University of Maryland College Park, 2004
Bachelor of Arts (BA), University of Florida, 1999
- Favorite Spot on Campus
- 3rd Floor, Bender Library, CMC surrounded by the Larissa Gerstel Critical Literacy Collection
- Favorite Place in Washington DC
- National Gallery of Art, East Building
Dr. Alex Hodges is an adjunct faculty member within American University's School of Education (SOE) online Master of Arts in Teaching program. From 2011-2017, he served as full-time, tenured affiliate associate professor and associate librarian. Alex taught courses on educational technology and children's literature in SOE's teacher education program. From 2004-2017, Alex oversaw the teaching collections and services of the American University Library's Curriculum Materials Center (CMC).
In 2004, Alex joined the AU faculty after previously working within library systems at the National Gallery of Art, the University of Maryland, College Park, and at the University of Florida. From 2013-2017, Alex was the University Library's associate director for instruction and research services. In this role, he managed the university's library instruction program and information literacy initiatives, as well as all research assistance services conducted online and in person.
Alex left his full-time tenured faculty position at AU to join the faculty of the Harvard Graduate School of Education in Cambridge, MA. He is the Director and Librarian of the Monroe C. Gutman Library, and Lecturer on Education, teaching education writing, research, and digital scholarship methods.
American Library Association
Association of College & Research Libraries
Member, 2004-present; EBSS Member-at-Large, 2011-2013; Student Learning and Information Literacy Committee Chair, 2020-2021
National Council of Teachers of English
District of Columbia Library Association
Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education
American Educational Research Association