Sally S. Richmond

Lecturer in Information Science

Engineering

Expertise

    • Human-computer Interaction
    • Network Technologies and Design
    • IT Operations

Professional Activities

    • Member, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
    • Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)

Education

    • M.S. - Penn State University 
    • B.A. - Penn State University 

Courses

    • INSC480 - Software Development Life Cycle
    • INSC497 - Information Technology Network Management I (to become IN SC 465)
    • INSC497 - Information Technology Network Management II (to become IN SC 466)
    • INSC497 - HCI: Human Computer Interface (to become INSC 470)
    • SWENG497 - Fundamentals of Telecommunications
    • INSC431 - Information Systems Architecture

Research Interests

    • Human-computer Interaction (HCI)
    • Problem solving - member of the Penn State Great Valley Problem-solving Research Group
    • Application of Cognitive Psychology to HCI and Software Engineering
    • Networking Technologies

Citations

Articles Published in Refereed Journals

Jablokow, K., Vercellone-Smith, P., & Richmond, S. (2009). Exploring cognitive diversity and the level-style distinction from a problem solving perspective. Proceedings of the 2009 ASEE International Conference on Engineering Education. Austin, TX: ASEE.

Articles in Refereed Proceedings

Jablolow, K., DeFranco, J., & Richmond, S. (2013). A statistical study of concept mapping metrics. Proceedings of the 2013 ASEE International Conference on Engineering Education. Atlanta, GA: ASEE.