|CS151||Computational Thinking: Visual Media||A|
|CS151||Computational Thinking: Visual Media||B|
|CS310||Creating Future Worlds: Computing, Ethics, and Society||A|
My research interests include emerging assistive technologies, multisensory information access, computing ethics, and computer science education. She is the co-creator of the Computing Ethics Narratives (CEN) project, oversees the development of ethics curricula and assessments, and supervises and mentors students working on the CEN project.
I am a member of the Autonomous Vehicle Research (AVR) group a collaborative group consisting of the VEMI lab and the University of Maine, the INSITE Lab at Colby College and the HEEP Lab at Northeastern University. The group recently was awarded 3rd prize for the AVA app in the U.S. DOT Inclusive Design Challenge, a national design competition for building in accessibility to emerging AV systems.
The INSITE lab is an emerging assistive technologies research lab that focuses on multi-sensory spatial information access in its many forms. Much of our work involves non-visual navigation solutions for Blind and Visually Impaired individuals, however, we also used mixed reality solutions and other technologies to help people explore both indoor and outdoor environments, learn abut complex scenes through spatial language and accessible multimodal interfaces.