As a teacher, my goal is to help students develop their skills in critical reading, writing, analysis, and also to awaken in them a spirit of self-directed learning about history, and encourage analytical approaches to the study of sport.

At the University of Guelph, I teach courses in economic, sport, and business history, and in 2013, I inaugurated a fourth-year course on digital humanities. In the past I have taught Canadian social history, immigration history, and management and organizational studies. I have also designed online courses for Western University and Seneca College.

In 2014 I will be teaching a graduate course in digital history in the public history programme at Western University.