Teaching at Carnegie Mellon University
IDeATe 99361 – Equity Considerations in the Design of Education Technologies
This is a design prototyping course allows students the opportunity to evaluate different learning systems considering cultural, socio-economic, gender, and learning disability related equity issues. It is suitable for undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in designing educational technologies with an equity lens. Students will learn about different usability evaluation and qualitative analysis methods, design improvement recommendations, and receive feedback from experts in the field.
Teaching at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County
IS 295 Intermediate Business Applications
Fall 2013 & Spring 2014
This course extends the introduction of business-oriented application programs to include intermediate functions from typical productivity software found in many businesses and organizations. It stresses the use of case studies to develop and implement solutions using functions from programs such as spreadsheet and databases.