Taught by Dilip Barman for the Durham Public Library
By the end of these 2 hours, you should be able to
In this course, we assume basic familiarity with
|6:10-6:20||Quick Windows concept review|
|6:30-7:15||Surfing the net
|7:15-7:20||Break (with neighbor)|
|7:20-7:35||Introduce your neighbor|
|7:50-8||Summary, discussion, and follow-on|
I love teaching and have taught children in third grade, designed and taught a graduate Artificial Intelligence class as an adjunct faculty member, love teaching an ethnic vegetarian cooking class through Wake Technical College, and served in many other teaching capacities. I am working on my Ph.D. at UNC's Computer Science Department in an area combining Hypertext with Artificial Intelligence, with a general goal of making information easier to access for general users. I work full-time as a software engineer for IBM, and have held various jobs in areas such as multimedia and large systems development, artificial intelligence, User-Centered Design, education, and software reuse.
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