I enjoy working with students, and I've taught university courses in addition
to the numerous talks I've given to students, research colleagues and industry
designer, Broadband industry education Q1 2000
Produced a series of 15 lectures and panels, featuring industry pioneers and
experts, to educate staff about the broadband arena. Responsible for
curriculum, speakers, readings and web site.
Instructor and creator, Stanford graduate course, “The
Design of Domestic and Consumer Technologies,” Winter 1999.
“Conversational Paradigms in User Interfaces,”
tutorial; CHI'91, CHI’92 with Susan Brennan.
“Building GUIs in the X Window System,” with Joe
Marks, graduate course (Harvard Extension, Fall 1991).
|Course on using and programming Lotus 1-2-3. (Aquinas Junior College,
I've also mentored student project for Stanford HCI
class, winter 1994, spring 1997 and spring 1998. I've given guest lectures
at Stanford, Berkeley, Ricoh, Oracle, Harvard Extension, Royal College of Art,
Philips, SRI and Olivetti CRL