University of Vermont, Department of Computer Science
Instructor and Course Designer
- CS295/395 Usable Privacy and Security (Spring 2022)
- From security breaches to data leak, from stolen passwords to data misuse. For all the security and privacy problems we face today, technology alone cannot provide us satisfactory solutions. Human factors play an essential role in ensuring privacy and security in today’s computer systems. This course covers human factors in privacy and security, usability problems in today’s computer security and privacy mechanisms, as well as the human-centered research methods to understand and address these usability problems.
- CS228 Human-Computer Interaction (Fall 2021)
- This course covers the foundational theories and methods in the interdisciplinary field of human-computer interaction (HCI). The course focuses on user-centered design and evaluation of user interfaces for interactive computing systems (e.g., tangible objects, the web, mobile devices, the Internet of Things). This course also introduces a wide range of topics in HCI research, such as social computing, ubiquitous computing, usable privacy and security, as well as ethics and fairness in computing.
Drexel University, College of Computing & Informatics
- INFO649: Library Programming (Spring 2016 & 2017, Fall 2016 & 2017)
- INFO753: Introduction to Digital Curation (Summer 2016 & 2017, Winter 2017)
Teaching Assistant (2015-2016)
- INFO608: Human-Computer Interaction (Summer 2015)
- INFO649: Library Programming (Fall 2015)
- INFO753: Digital Curation (Winter 2016)
Guest Lecturer (2018 & 2020)
- INFO215: Social Aspects of Information Systems (Winter 2018 & 2020)
- INFO679: Information Ethics (Winter 2018)