TEACHING

This is a list of courses I am currently teaching or have taught in the past.

Courses
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FALL 2021 - CMSC 33231-1 Topics In Human-Computer Interaction: Combatting Misleading Online Content

In this seminar, we will discuss current topics related to combatting misleading online content, often relating this to the COVID-19 pandemic. These topics may include: disguised advertisements; dark patterns of design; misinformation; disinformation; media literacy; content moderation; and censorship. 

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SPRING 2021 - CMSC 23210/33210 Usable Privacy and Security

This course examines how to design for security and privacy from a user-centered perspective by combining insights from computer systems, human-computer interaction (HCI), and public policy. We will introduce core security and privacy technologies, as well as HCI techniques for conducting robust user studies. 

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WINTER 2021 - CMSC 20370/30370 - Inclusive Technology: Design for Underserved and Marginalized Communities

This course leverages human-computer interaction and the tools, techniques, and principles that guide research on people to introduce you to the concepts of inclusive technology design. 

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FALL 2020 - CMSC 33231-1 Topics In Human-Computer Interaction: Combatting Misleading Online Content

 In this seminar, we will discuss current topics related to combatting misleading online content, often relating this to the COVID-19 situation. These topics may include: disguised advertisements; dark patterns of design; misinformation; disinformation; media literacy; content moderation; and censorship. 

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SPRING 2020 - CMSC 33231-1 Topics In Human-Computer Interaction: Combatting Misleading Online Content

 In this seminar, we will discuss current topics related to combatting misleading online content, often relating this to the COVID-19 situation. These topics may include: disguised advertisements; dark patterns of design; misinformation; disinformation; media literacy; content moderation; and censorship. 

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WINTER 2020 - CMSC 20370/30370 - Inclusive Technology: Design for Underserved and Marginalized Communities

This course leverages human-computer interaction and the tools, techniques, and principles that guide research on people to introduce you to the concepts of inclusive technology design. 

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FALL 2017 - COS 436 Human-Computer Interface Technology

This course was an introduction to the field of Human-Computer Interaction and the tools and techniques required for user-centered design.

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SPRING 2017 - Independent Work Seminar: Drones, Privacy, and Security

This seminar course covered the privacy and security implications of drones and introduced students to programming Parrot AR Drones.

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SPRING 2016 - INST 632 - Human-Computer Interaction Design Methods

This course was a deep introduction to the techniques used for user-centered design.

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SPRING 2015 - INST 631 - Fundamentals of Human-Computer Interaction

This course was an introduction to the field of Human-Computer Interaction and the tools and techniques required for user-centered design.

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FALL 2014 - INST 632 - Human-Computer Interaction Design Methods

This course was a deep introduction to the techniques used for user-centered design.

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SPRING 2014 - INST 776 - Human-Computer Interaction Masters Capstone Class

This course entailed designing, developing, and evaluating a prototype using all the techniques learned about in the masters coursework.

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FALL 2013 - INFM 605 - Users and Use Context

This course introduced masters students to the practicalities of conducting user research.