Teaching

  • As Instructor:
    • INFSCI 2300: Human Information Processing 
      • Through this course, you will become familiar with the research and theories in the field of human information processing and develop the tools necessary to evaluate such research. The focus will be on basic research (e.g. how do we encode, store, and process information; what are the limits on each stage of human information processing; what heuristics are used in processing information), rather than on applied questions. However, at several points during the semester, we will examine studies which show connections to the applied questions.
      • Summer 2017, Graduate Course, University of Pittsburgh (syllabus)
      • Fall 2017, Graduate Course, University of Pittsburgh (syllabus)
  • As Teaching Assistant: 
    • INFSCI 2560: Web Technologies & Standards (Fall 2016, University of Pittsburgh)
    • INFSCI 2560: Web Technologies & Standards (Spring 2017, University of Pittsburgh)
    • INFSCI 2730: E-Business (Spring 2017, University of Pittsburgh)
  • As Guest Lecturer:
    • INFSCI 2560: Web Technologies & Standards (Fall 2013, University of Pittsburgh)
    • INFSCI 2560: Web Technologies & Standards (Fall 2016, University of Pittsburgh)
    • INFSCI 2560: Web Technologies & Standards (Spring 2017, University of Pittsburgh)