I am currently a Human-Centered Computing PhD candidate in the school of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech. I also have an M.S. and a B.S. from Tech, in Human-Computer Interaction and Applied Psychology, respectively.
I am part of the Electronic Learning Communities lab, and my advisor is Dr. Amy Bruckman. The title of my dissertation proposal was "Engaging with Copyright: Online Content Creation, Social Norms, and Policy." I have also previously worked on the EarSketch computer science education and remix project.
I have taught as the instructor of record the undergraduate computer science course CS4001: Computing, Society, and Professionalism, and have also served as a teaching assistant for that class and for the CS graduate classes Design of Online Communities and Issues in Human-Centered Computing.
In Summer 2011 I worked at Creative Commons as a Google Policy Fellow.
I have also been at various points involved in these research groups at Georgia Tech:
Information about my related publications is available on the publications page.
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