My Teaching

My goal is to deliver engaging and interesting classes that encourage students to actively participate and think deeply about the subject matter. Below are some details about courses I have taught at RIT.

2020

Fall

HCIN-610 Foundations of Human Computer Interaction – This course first uncovers what it means to be human and how design can take advantage of how we perceive our surroundings to improve the user experience of interacting with digital spaces. The course then dives deeper into various interaction design methods, techniques, and evaluations.

Spring

HCIN-700 Current Topics in HCI – This course explores the most up-to-date research coming out of the field of HCI with each week focusing on a theme such as Gender and Diversity, User Interface Software and Technology, Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction, and Situationally Induced Impairments and Disabilities.

2019

Fall

HCIN-610 Foundations of Human Computer Interaction – This course first uncovers what it means to be human and how design can take advantage of how we perceive our surroundings to improve the user experience of interacting with digital spaces. The course then dives deeper into various interaction design methods, techniques, and evaluations.