+ Research       + Teaching       + Consulting       + Art      
BLOGCONTACTCV
Teaching Experience

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, Information School
Seattle, WA

Instructor
2016 Aut INFO360 Design Thinking
2016 Win INFX561 Visualization Design
2015 Aut INFO360 Design Thinking
2015 Spr INFX598 Data Visualization: Theories and Techniques
2015 Win INFO360 Design Thinking
Guest Instructor
2015 Spr/Sum Visualization Design Workshops for visiting LIS students from Sungkyunkwan University

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, School of Information Studies
Syracuse NY

Instructor
    IST719 Data Visualization, Spring 2013 and Fall 2013
    --- Course development, Instruction
    IST712 Information Design, Spring 2011 and 2012
    --- Course development, Instruction and Regularization
    IST 444 Information Reporting and Presentation, Fall 2008
    --- Instruction
Guest Instructor
Interface Design Workshops- Student Sandbox, Summer 2012
12-week program for student entrepreneurs run by The Tech Garden (Syracuse Start-up accelerator) & Syracuse University
Design & Technology Workshop- IT Girls, Fall 2011
Undergraduate recruiting program sponsored by the iSchool at Syracuse university to introduce high school girls to opportunities in the IT field
Interaction Design Workshop- Girls Eyes Only, Spring 2011
After-school program sponsored by JPMorganChase and Syracuse University, designed to engage at-risk 8-9th grade girls in STEM disciplines
Task Force member, Masters in Information, Design, & Communication
April 2011-May 2012
Development of new multidisciplinary graduate level curriculum. Collaboration between iSchool, S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication and College of Visual and Performing Arts,
Liaison for Interdisciplinary Curriculum Development
August 2009-May 2012
Responsibilities related to teaching include facilitating, developing and teaching multidisciplinary courses and classroom activities offered by the iSchool & the College of Visual and Performing Arts:
    IST400/600 Digital Documentation for the Arts, Fall 2010
    (Co-Instruction, course development)
    DES/FIB 300/500 Responsive Environments, Spring 2009
    (Co-Instruction, course development)

MERCY COLLEGE, Center for Digital Arts
White Plains, NY

Associate Lecturer
2003-2005
Curriculum development and instruction:
    Digital Media + Interaction Design
    Web Design I and II
    Three Dimensional Design

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MAINE, Department of Art
Gorham, ME

Visiting Artist-in-Residence, 2004
Course design and instruction:
    Experimental Drawing

STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Department of Art & Art History
Palo Alto, CA

Lecturer
1999
Course design and instruction:
    Drawing I
Instructor, ASA Pre-College Enrichment Program in Studio Art
Summers 1997-1999
Curriculum development and instruction:
    Painting and Drawing for Majors
    Painting and Drawing for Electives
Graduate Instructor
1995-1997
Course design and instruction:
    Drawing for Non-Majors
    Words & Pictures: Text and Image in Visual Art
Teaching Assistant
1995-1997
Co-instruction:
    Painting I, II, III
    Drawing II, III
    Collage

PALO ALTO CULTRUAL CENTER
Palo Alto, CA

Instructor
1997-1999
Course design and instruction:
    The Language of Painting

Publications related to teaching

Scialdone, M., Rotolo, A., & Snyder, J. (2011). Social Media Futures: Why iSchools Should Care. Proceedings of the iConference 2011: Inspiration, Integrity, Intrepidity, February 8-11, Seattle, WA.

Snyder, J., Heckman, R., & Scialdone, M. (2009). Information Studio: An Arts-Based Approach to Educating Technical Professionals. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST): Perspectives on Design, ed. Kathi Martin and Sam Hastings, 60(9), 1923-1932.

Heckman, R., & Snyder, J. (2008). The Role of the Arts in an I-School Education. Proceedings of the iConference 2008: iFutures: Systems, Selves, Society, February 28-March 1, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA.