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teaching:
courses I teach
 

Human-Computer Interaction Design Methods
this course offered in the College of Information Studies covers design methods, the ideation process, prototyping, and visual design.
the course description, readings, activities, and assignments and evaluation are online.
 
 

Principles of Human-Computer Communication
this course offered in the College of Information Studies covers the diverse issues concerning users, computer interfaces, design and evaluation.
the course description, readings, activities, and assignments and evaluation are online.
 
 

Doctoral Seminar: Seeing Information Studies Through Diverse Populations
this course offered in the College of Information Studies introduces all new doctoral students to the field of information studies.
the course description, readings, activities, and assignments and evaluation are online.
 
 

Children's Information Technology and Policy
this course offered in the College of Information Studies explores the landscape of technology for children and their policy implications.
the course description, readings, activities, and assignments and evaluation are online.
 
 

Information Technology
this core course offered in the College of Information Studies introduces various aspects of technology and information systems for use in information services.
the course description, readings, activities, and assignments and evaluation are online.
 
 

Designing Multimedia Computer Environments for Learners
this course offered in the College of Education explores how we make new technologies for learners.
the course description, readings, activities, and evaluation are online.
 
 

Computers in Education: Research Methods and Practice
this course offered in the College of Education surveys the research on computers and education.
the course description, readings, activities, and evaluation are online.
 
 
 
 
 

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