Teaching Experience

    Course Instruction

  • Management for Information Professionals: Instructor (Fall 2016)
    Indiana University School of Infomatics & Computing, Bloomington Campus.
    A graduate course emphasizing general management concepts for librarians and other information professionals. The course introduces topics such as teamwork, communication, leadership, motivation, planning and decision-making, budgeting, organizing and human resources, as well as, ethics and diversity.

    Systems Analysis & Design: Instructor (Fall 2015; Spring 2014)
    Indiana University School of Infomatics & Computing, Bloomington Campus.
    A graduate course that introduces the basic concepts underlying systems analysis and design, focusing on contextual inquiry/design and data modeling, as well as the application of those analysis techniques in the analysis and design of organizational information systems.

    Organizational Informatics: Instructor (Spring 2015)
    Indiana University School of Infomatics & Computing, Bloomington Campus.
    A graduate course that examines how information, technology, and social behavior interwork within the organizational context. Concepts discussed include organization theory and organization behavior, knowledge and information management, organizational analytics, and organizational intelligence. The course integrates theory with practice through case-based analysis and is a complement to other management courses.

    XML Workshop: Instructor (Summer 2017; Summer 2016; Summer 2015; Summer 2014)
    Indiana University School of Infomatics & Computing, Bloomington Campus.
    A graduate course that provides intensive, hands-on introduction to the use of XML to represent documents on the Web including the understanding of the structure, strengths, and weaknesses of XML. The content of this workshop covers XML, DTD, XML Schema, XPath, XQuery, and XSLT.


  • Lab Instruction

  • Database Design: Assistant Instructor (Spring 2013, Fall 2012)
    Indiana University School of Infomatics & Computing, Bloomington Campus.
    A graduate course designed to provide instruction in both fundamental principles and user-centric methodologies for effective creation of a complete and fully functional database management system. In order to do so, this course focuses on theapplication of basic database theories and SQL practices in different database systems.

  • Guest Lectures

  • Systems Analysis & Design: Guest Lecturer (Fall 2014)
    Indiana University School of Infomatics & Computing, Bloomington Campus.
    Lecture Topic: Entry Realtionship Diagramming.

    Introduction To Reseach: Guest Lecturer (Spring 2014)
    Indiana University School of Infomatics & Computing, IUPUI Campus.
    Lecture Topic: Qualitative data collection and analysis methods such as interviews and the constant comparative method of analysis, historical research, content analysis, and bibliometrics.