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Voida, Amy Assistant Professor

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  • Dr. Voida's research explores the role of information and communication technologies in supporting initiatives for the public good. This research takes philanthropic work as its unit of analysis, and traces its influences and impacts across individual and collective action, across sectors, and across hybrid and dynamic organizational and institutional forms. It draws from research conducted across academic disciplines with a goal of supporting philanthropic work wherever it can be nurtured and provoked.

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  • Human-Centered Computing, Collaborative and Social Computing, Ubiquitous Computing, Information Science, Philanthropic Informatics

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Teaching

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  • CMCI 1010 - Concepts and Creativity 1: Media, Communication, Information
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2018
    Engages key principles and practices in the fields of media, communication and information. Emphasizes the analyses of new and old media, information technologies, verbal and visual literacies, communicative interactions and cultural practices through process-based learning and hands-on projects utilizing multiple modes of expression. First course in two semester sequence required for all first-year CMCI students. Requires a grade of C- or better to count toward degree.
  • CMCI 1020 - Concepts and Creativity 2: Media, Communication, Information
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018
    Engages key principles and practices in the fields of media, communication and information. Emphasizes the analyses of new and old media, information technologies, verbal and visual literacies, communicative interactions and cultural practices through process-based learning and hands-on projects utilizing multiple modes of expression. Two semester sequence required for all CMCI students; 4 credit hours each semester.
  • INFO 6500 - Information Science Seminar
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2019
    Enculturates graduate students in the discipline of Information Science through weekly seminar series that hosts guest speakers, internal faculty and graduate speakers and other community building and professional development activities. May be repeated up to 8 credit hours.
  • INFO 7000 - Introduction to Doctoral Studies in Information Science
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2019
    Introduces students to practices associated with successful advancement in a doctoral program, rigorous scholarship in information science and more expert and early participation in their scholarly community of practice.

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