Affiliate, Adjunct, and Courtesy Appointments

Catherine Augustine

Affiliate Assistant Professor of Learning, Design and Technology, University Park

Senior Research Associate, PT3 Grant Project, The Pennsylvania State University

Education
Ph.D. The Pennsylvania State University, 1992 Instructional Systems


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Jack Carroll

Affiliate Assistant Professor of Learning, Design and Technology, University Park
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Education

Ph.D., Psychology Columbia University, New York, 1976
M.Phil., Psychology Columbia University, New York, 1975
M.A., Psychology Columbia University, New York, 1974
B.A., Information Sciences Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, 1972
B.A., Mathematics Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, 1972

Carroll teaches human-computer interaction, the design of information and user interfaces, and social and professional issues in computing. His research includes human-computer interaction, especially scenario-based methods for design and development, minimalist techniques for making information efficient, computer support for collaborative work and education, community-oriented computing, and social impacts of computing.


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Wei-Fan Chen

Associate Professor and Program Coordinator, Information Sciences and Technology, Penn State Wilkes-Barre
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Education
Ph.D. The Pennsylvania State University, 2002, Instructional Systems
M.Ed The Pennsylvania State University, 1999, Instructional Systems
B.S. Information/Computer Engineering, 1993, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan

Research and Teaching Interests

  • Cognitive and information sciences as related to learning and human-computer interaction
  • Teaching interests include web programming, database design, human-computer interaction, project management, and experimental research design.

 


 

Doris Lee

Professor of Learning, Design and Technology, Harrisburg Campus

Instructional Design Consultant, Center for Advanced Technologies, Altoona Area School District

Education
Ph.D. The Pennsylvania State University, 1999, Instructional Systems

Research and Teaching Interests

  • Visual Literacy/Visual Learning
  • Video Systems for Learning
  • Qualitative Research in Health Education

 


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Pamela D. Loughner

President, Loughner and Associates, Huntingdon Valley
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Education
Ph.D. The Pennsylvania State University, 2002, Instructional Systems
M.Ed The Pennsylvania State University, 1997, Instructional Systems
M.S. The Pennsylvania State University, 1978, Education

Research and Teaching Interests

  • Needs Assessment
  • Program Evaluation
  • Instructional Design Expertise
  • Project Management of Instructional Design Efforts
  • Strategic Decision Making for Large Scale Design Efforts

 


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Michael McNeese

Affiliate Assistant Professor of Learning, Design and Technology, University Park
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Education

Ph.D., Cognitive Science Vanderbilt University
M.A., Experimental-Cognitive Psychology University of Dayton
B.A., Psychology University of Dayton
A.A.S., Engineering Design Sinclair College, Dayton

McNeese studies human interaction with information technology in complex environments, particularly collaborative systems that bring together the confluences of cognition, computation, collaboration, and context for given fields of practice - deriving advanced human-computer interfaces through innovations of affective computing, artificial intelligence, and computer-supported cooperative work perspectives.

McNeese is a scholar in the area of learning sciences and is advocate and practitioner of problem-based learning and computer supported cooperative learning. As such, his methodological interests and activities are wide-ranging spanning from ethnographic field study to experimental designs to protocol analysis to cognitive modeling to scaled world simulations.

McNeese has taught cognitive systems engineering, design engineering projects, cognitive engineering of cooperative systems, human-computer interaction, and introduction to information sciences and technology. He also is interested in teaching engineering psychology, experimental-cogntiive psychology, industrial psychology, problem solving, memory and learning, cognitive science, psychology of design, and human factors.


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J. David Popp

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Learning, Design and Technology, University Park

 

 

Education
Ph.D. Instructional Systems, Penn State University, 1996
B.S. Secondary Education, Penn State University, 1970

Research and Teaching Interests

  • Web-based learning
  • Individual differences
  • Computers as thinking tools

 


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Mary Beth Rosson

Affiliate Assistant Professor of Learning, Design and Technology, University Park
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Education
Ph.D., Human Experimental Psychology University of Texas, Austin, Texas, 1982
B.A.
, Psychology, summa cum laude Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, 1977

Research interests include community computing, environments and tools for learning and using object-oriented design and programming, and visual programming environments. Courses she has taught include Computer Science, A Liberal Arts Approach; Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction; Professionalism in Computer Science, HCI of Collaborative Systems (graduate level), Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (graduate), Usability Engineering (graduate level), End-User Programming (graduate level).


 

Wendy R. Snetsinger

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Learning, Design and Technology, University Park

Instructional Design Consultant, Center for Advanced Technologies, Altoona Area School District

Education
Ph.D. The Pennsylvania State University, 1999, Instructional Systems

Research and Teaching Interests

  • Visual Literacy/Visual Learning
  • Video Systems for Learning
  • Qualitative Research in Health Education