Academic Poster
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Explaining Science to Non-Scientists I designed this poster for a meeting I attended to promote educational games research to businesses and foundations interested in partnering with Carnegie Mellon University. The central goal was to explain the research to a non-scientist … Read More

Academic Publication Website
All | Design | Websites

Website Design and Custom App I designed this site (and still serve as webmaster) for the Swedenborg Scientific Association, a group that supports the study of the philosophy of Emanuel Swedenborg, an 18th Century scientist, philosopher, and theologian. The most important feature … Read More

History Department Website
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Academic Website with Custom App I designed this site to host material for part of the Bryn Athyn College History Department focusing on 18th century history and the history of the college’s home town of Bryn Athyn. Embedded in the … Read More

PCOR Decision Tool
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Guiding Inexperienced Researchers Through Complex Decisions Dr. Doug Landsittel observed that students and less experienced researchers struggle to navigate the slew of methods used in comparative effectiveness research (CER). He was attempting to make a tool, now called DECODE CER, … Read More

Play-based STEM Curriculum
All | Games | Highlights | Instructional Material | Instructor Guides

Learn by Playing with Legos Snapology was a young company using toys and games to teach STEM concepts to children. I created several sets of Lego modules and accompanying instructions that introduced builders to the simple machines (wheels, gears, inclined plane, … Read More

Audio Observation Tool for Teacher Training
All | Communication | Highlights | Technology | Tools

Use Any Phone to Record Your Teaching Dr. Bob Arnold trains instructors in specific methods for teaching medical communication, but he couldn’t always observe his trainees in their classrooms or provide feedback face-to-face. He wanted to find a way for … Read More