Experience

Teaching Experience:

Mobile Application Development for Business , Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

Provides an introduction to the art and practice of mobile application development for popular mobile platforms such as Android and Apple iOS. Students will use the software development kit (SDK) to create programs including how to craft Graphical User Interfaces (GUI), create location-based applications, and access web  services.Prerequisite: ITM 510, Graduate standing or minimum of 90 credits in undergraduate courses and approval of  Gradate Dean.

Java Business Application Development, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

This course is designed for students with some experience in programming. The syntax of the Java programming language, object-oriented programming, creating graphical user interfaces (GUI), exceptions, file input/output (I/O), and how to create Java applications and applets in order to answer business problems in an organizational setting will be covered. This course is required for a programming minor within the Information and Technology Management program.  It is also suitable as an elective for undergraduate students interested in creating Java applications.

Data Driven Web Development, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

This course emphasizes the interface between websites and databases in business applications. It provides an understanding of database design and maintenance, and of how websites are connected to databases to provide real time online information for businesses and their customers.

Human Computer Interaction Management, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

The dynamics of human and technology interaction management are examined with a blend of theory and practice. Provides a broad and comprehensive overview and offers specific background relating to various approaches in assessing, analyzing, designing, implementing and evaluating technology applications, and ergonomics.

Information and Technology Management Applications, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

Presents an overview of information concepts through a variety of quantitative problem solving experiences using spreadsheet and database programs. Introductory business and statistical models are examined, as students identify appropriate ways to find, evaluate, and ethically use information in aid of decision-making. Examples may include budgeting, surveys, descriptive statistics, simple regression and correlation models, time value of money problems, and order entry and inventory models. This course is a core course for business students and may be taken by students in any discipline for general education points.

Introduction to Business Analytics, State University of New York: Empire State College, New York NY.

This course provides an introduction to business analytics, which helps organizations in every industry, use information for business advantage. Business analytics can be defined as the use of computerized data analysis techniques to make data-driven business decisions. The focus of this study group will be on familiarizing students to Microsoft Excel 2010, understanding the enormous market demand for business analytics, analyzing enterprise data with Microsoft Excel 2010, and learning the relationship between data analysis and business decision making.

CIS 310 Management Information Systems Sections 02 and 03, California State Polytechnic University Pomona

Management and development of information systems in modern businesses from the customer and the MIS perspective. Information as a strategic asset. Acquisition, analysis, integration, presentation of internal and external information. Information management in international and multinational enterprises. Ethical, social impacts, and collaborative problem solving.

CIS 311 Interactive Web Development, California State Polytechnic University Pomona

Design and development of web applications that involve presentation, functionality and data storage. Compliance with HTML standards. Principles of modern website design. Integration of client-side scripting for website dynamics and interactivity. Development of server-side scripts for business logic and data.

CIS 101 Introduction to Microcomputing, California State Polytechnic University Pomona

The purpose of this course is to have each student attain a level of expertise in (1) Windows environment, (2) Word processing, (3) Spreadsheets, (4) Presentations so that they may use those skills in subsequent courses at Cal Poly Pomona without the course instructor having to spend time on basic use of the applications.

Teaching Assistant to Dr. Terry Ryan (Fall 2010) School of Information Systems and Technology, Claremont Graduate University, CA.

Responsibilities include managing online discussions, assessing student contributions through this medium, selecting supplementary readings, and running some of the class sessions for IS 360: Principles of Information Systems and Technology Research Seminar.

Teaching Assistant to Dr. Mary Poplin (Fall 2009, Spring 2010) School of Educational Studies, Claremont Graduate University, CA.

Responsibilities include giving lectures on social learning theories in ED 438 and 618: Learning and Pedagogical Theories Classes and assisting faculty with instructional design and technology integration.

Teaching Credential:

Preparing Future Faculty Program, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont (2007-2008) (Certificate)

Research Experience:

Research Assistant (Spring 2007 to Spring 2012) School of Information Systems and Technology, Claremont Graduate University, CA. Research assistant to Dr. Terry Ryan.

Responsibilities include investigating online collaborative knowledge construction by conducting experiments and re-designing an open source annotation based asynchronous online discussion system.

Research Assistant (Summer 2010 to Spring 2012) School of Educational Studies, Claremont Graduate University, CA. Research assistant to Dr. Mary Poplin.

Responsibilities include library research on how to engage students in productive learning activities.

Research Assistant (Fall 2006 to Spring 2007) School of Information Systems and Technology, Claremont Graduate University, CA. Research assistant to Dr. Gondy Leroy.

Responsibilities included analyzing the readability of health information documents from consumer health web sites to find out how to simplify online medical text.