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Teaching Experience

The University of Georgia
[Fall 2009] Lecturer: CS-1100 (Intro to Personal Computing)
160 Students

[Fall 2009] Lecturer: CS-1302 (Software Development)
55 Students

[Fall 2009] Lecturer: CS-4800/6800 (Human-Computer Interaction)
17 Students


Georgia Institute of Technology

[Spring 2009] Instructor: CS-3750 Section A (User Interface Design)
Course Evaluations (77% response rate)

[Fall 2008] Graduate Teaching Assistant: CS 4001-B Computing, Society, and Professionalism

[Fall 2008] Guest Lecturer: CS 4001-B Computing, Society, and Professionalism
Topic: Visual Explanations: Using Graphics to Convey Information
Lecture Slides (PDF - 10.2 MB)


[Summer 2008] Graduate Teaching Assistant: CS-4453 Video Game Design

[Spring 2008] Guest Lecturer: CS-7450 Information Visualization
Topic: Dynamic Queries
Lecture Slides (PDF - 2.7 MB)


[Spring 2008] Guest Lecturer: CS-7450 Information Visualization
Topic: Time Series Data
Lecture Slides (PDF - 6.7 MB)

[Spring 2008] Guest Lecturer: CS-7450 Information Visualization
Topic: Ambient Information Visualizations
Lecture Slides (PDF - 7.1 MB)

(c) 2009 Christopher Plaue

My teaching philosophy is simple:
"engage my students in learning."
For more information on this, please read my
Teaching Statement.


Last modified 6 January 2010 at 10:44 am by Chris Plaue