I enjoy teaching students at all stages of life with project based learning grounded in real world experiences. I actively look for ways to extend undergraduate and graduate students’ classroom experiences into my own research by providing them ample opportunities for collaboration and scholarly training.

At Indiana University (2013-Present), I teach Introduction to Health Informatics, Maker Movement in Health, and Field Methods for Longitudinal In Situ Studies.

At the University of Colorado (2006-2013), I taught First Year Engineering Projects Course – Games for Health (my section was highlighted in Prism Magazine, September 2011), Health Informatics (an introductory course), Survey and Synthesis 2 (a survey of the best user centered design conference and journal papers in the last 10 years), and User Centered Design (user centered and contextual inquiry design processes).