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My research and teaching and research focus on the design and social impact of computing, ranging from computer-mediated communication and computer-supported cooperative work to human-robot interaction and human factors.

Applied Research Methods (includes Qualitative and Quantitative) | View the Fall 2015 syllabus

Introduction to CSCW (Computer Supported Cooperative Work); a tutorial for ACM’s CSCW conference in Hangzhou, China (View the website)

Participate in other jointly-taught courses such as the learning sciences methods course for Ph.D. students and the user-centered research and design methods course for professional masters students

Some recent photos!

Jenn Marlowe, Aruna Balakrishnan
Jenn Marlowe, Aruna Balakrishnan (2011)
Sara Kiesler, Pam Hinds
Sara Kiesler, Pam Hinds in China (2011)
Sara Kiesler, Ruogu Kang
Sara Kiesler, Ruogu Kang in Shanghai, China (2011)

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