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Expert: ethnography, interviewing, qualitative data analysis (MaxQDA and NVivo experience), narrative analysis; long-form writing, editing, giving presentations; course design, evaluation, teaching; website development: HTML, SCSS/SASS, d3, wordpress theming, Shopify theming, jekyll, liquid templates; walking long distances
Steven Dow, Manish Mehta, Ellie Harmon, Blair MacIntyre, and Michael Mateas. (2007) “Presence and engagement in an interactive drama” Proc. CHI 2007 in San Jose, CA, USA. pp. 1475-1484. (Acceptance rate: 24%) [ACM Link] *
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Christina Agapakis and Ellie Harmon (2014) “DIRT”. May 1 - 15, 2014. UCLA Art|Science Center. http://dirtmap.org
Celebrating the aesthetics of data visualization and questioning the ways we make scientific knowledge through the production of a gallery exhibit and website exploring the beauty, excesses, and limitations of a diversity of processes for representing microbes in the biological sciences.
Winter Quarter, 2014, 115 Students
Sophomore/Junior-level course with custom syllabus stressing the relationships among design practice, ethics, culture, and computing. Structured around a design project tracing a human-centered design cycle from formative evaluations through prototyping and basic evaluation.
Spring Quarter 2011, 55 students
Junior/Senior-level course focusing on the social impacts of computing. Structured around producing a final paper and discussing readings in HCI and Science Technology & Society (STS).
TA: 2 semesters: Fall 2002 - Spring 2003
Sophomore-level course to introduce the fundamentals of object oriented software architecture and programming. Structured around a team-based programming project; taught in Squeak, a variant of Smalltalk.
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