Scott Schopieray
(517) 884-1713

309 Linton Hall
479 West Circle Dr
East Lansing, MI 48824

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Assistant Dean, Technology
Academic and Research Technology

ORCID: 0000-0002-8143-2408

Curriculum Vitae


Dr. Scott Schopieray is Assistant Dean for Academic and Research Technology at the Michigan State University College of Arts and Letters. He also serves as Associate Director of MESH Research, a center focusing on digital scholarly publishing. In his position, he works to support digital infrastructure and methods for teaching, learning, and research across the arts and humanities. Current research areas are in high-impact/high-quality online teaching methods, motivation and digital teaching, and processes for open digital scholarly publishing.

University News

NEH Grant to Develop Open-Source Code for Self-Recording Mobile App
Published February 14, 2022 in College of Arts & Letters
College of Arts & Letters’ Assistant Professor of Linguistics Betsy Sneller was awarded a $99,908 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Digital Humanities Advancement…Read now »
Planning for the Future of Work
Published June 10, 2021 in College of Arts & Letters
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Dear College of Arts & Letters Staff and Faculty, With intention and care, we in the College of Arts & Letters (CAL) are beginning to emerge from what has been a somber and…Read now »
Expectations of Another COVID Summer
Published May 5, 2021 in College of Arts & Letters
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Dear College of Arts & Letters Staff and Faculty, As we embark upon yet another summer in the shadow of COVID-19, we invite you to pause and reflect on the past year. The work we have done…Read now »
Free Support Programs to Help Michigan’s K-12 School Districts
Published August 13, 2020 in College of Arts & Letters
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Michigan State University has created a number of support programs and materials to help Michigan’s K-12 school districts prepare for online instruction this fall.  Among these…Read now »
Staff Members Honored for Their Outstanding Service
Published June 8, 2020 in College of Arts & Letters
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This year’s College of Arts & Letters staff appreciation event, which is held each year to recognize the dedication, outstanding service, and exceptional work of the College’s staff…Read now »
iOS Design Lab Is One-of-a-Kind with Support from Apple Inc.
Published December 18, 2018 in College of Arts & Letters
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A one-of-a-kind collaboration with Apple Inc. is providing valuable experience to some Michigan State University students who are designing and developing apps as part of MSU’s iOS Design…Read now »
2017 Reappointments
Published February 8, 2017 in College of Arts & Letters
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On February 23, 2017, the College of Arts & Letters will recognize five new faculty members who will be reappointed and awarded continuing status at the University Faculty…Read now »
Twitter as a Platform of Collaboration
Published September 8, 2016 in College of Arts & Letters
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By Dean Christopher P. Long on September 8, 2016 on Whenever I talk to faculty and students about the use of social media in the academy, I advocate for a community building…Read now »
Investing in Online Scholarly Presence
Published August 30, 2016 in College of Arts & Letters
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In today’s fast-paced world where the Internet is the go-to research tool and information on any topic is just a click or tap away, one’s own digital presence is more important than ever….Read now »
Spring Study Away in L.A. Packed with Opportunities
Published March 18, 2015 in College of Arts & Letters
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Ask the students and faculty who participated in the College of Arts & Letters alternate spring break class Creativity and Entertainment in L.A to sum up their reasons for going and the…Read now »