Carla Bates

Carla Bates

Carla Bates is pursuing a PhD at the School of Information Science and Learning Technologies at the University of Missouri.

Teaching

Instructor

  • Information Systems:User Perspective -- FS2011
    Missouri University of Science and Technology (syllabus) Number of students: 39

    Introduction to object-oriented programming in the context of developing and implementing the various components of an information system with particular attention given to system interface such as window and web forms. Class will include numerous projects covering foundational programming.
  • E-Commerce -- SP2011
    Missouri University of Science and Technology (syllabus) Number of students: 25 Evaluation Responses

    Introduction to fundamental concepts of management and application to Information Technologies. This course examines the use of IT in business processes and the management issues of integrating IT into organization processes to gain a competitive advantage.  Topics include: management; organizations and information systems; development life cycle; project management and systems engineering; process; reengineering ; and organization learning.
  • Human Computer Interaction -- FS2010
    Missouri University of Science and Technology (syllabus); Number of students: 26 in class; 11 distance; Evaluation Responses: in class; distance

    Introduction to the field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). Students examine issues and challenges related to the interaction between people and technology. The class explores the social and cognitive characteristics of people who use information systems. Students learn techniques for understanding user needs, interface prototyping, and interface evaluation.
  • Information Systems:Data Perspective -- SP2010
    Missouri University of Science and Technology (syllabus); Number of students: 33' Evaluation Responses

    Continuation of object-oriented programming in the context of developing and implementing the various components of an information system with particular attention given to database incorporation. Class will include numerous projects covering intermediate topics.
  • Information Systems:User Perspective -- FS2009
    Missouri University of Science and Technology (syllabus); Number of students: 36; Evaluation Responses

    Introduction to object-oriented programming in the context of developing and implementing the various components of an information system with particular attention given to system interface such as window and web forms. Class will include numerous projects covering foundational programming.
  • Information Systems:Data Perspective -- SP2009
    Missouri University of Science and Technology (syllabus); Number of students: 32; Evaluation Responses

    Continuation of object-oriented programming in the context of developing and implementing the various components of an information system with particular attention given to database incorporation. Class will include numerous projects covering intermediate topics.
  • Web Development & Design -- FS2007
    Missouri University of Science and Technology (syllabus); Number of students: 23; Evaluation Responses

    This course covers techniques and tools for design and development of web-based media, including text, graphics, animation, audio, and video.
  • Web Development & Design -- SP2007
    Missouri University of Science and Technology; Number of students: 24; Evaluation Responses: Lecture; Lab; (unfortunately I could not locate this syllabus)

    This course covers techniques and tools for design and development of web-based media, including text, graphics, animation, audio, and video.
  • Internet Concepts and Applications -- FS2006
    Missouri University of Science and Technology (syllabus); Number of students: 32;  Evaluation Responses

    Advanced Web development techniques to provide dynamic interaction; methods for extracting and delivering dynamic information to/from Web servers -- a hands-on approach. Interaction with other Web servers, especially database servers, to obtain and deliver information.
  • Web Development & Design -- FS2006
    Missouri University of Science and Technology (syllabus); Number of students: 36; Evaluation Responses: Lecture; Lab

    This course covers techniques and tools for design and development of web-based media, including text, graphics, animation, audio, and video.
  • Web Development & Design -- SP2006
    Missouri University of Science and Technology (syllabus); Number of students: 42; Evaluation Responses

    This course covers techniques and tools for design and development of web-based media, including text, graphics, animation, audio, and video.
  • Web Development & Design -- FS2005
    Missouri University of Science and Technology (syllabus); Number of students: 30; Evaluation Responses: Lecture; Lab

    This course covers techniques and tools for design and development of web-based media, including text, graphics, animation, audio, and video.
  • Web Development & Design -- SP2005
    Missouri University of Science and Technology (syllabus); Number of students: 34; Evaluation Reponses

    This course covers techniques and tools for design and development of web-based media, including text, graphics, animation, audio, and video.
  • Database Management -- SP2004
    Missouri University of Science and Technology (syllabus); Number of students: 25; Evaluation Responses

    Note: I started teaching this course following spring break when an instructor fell ill and was unable to finish the semester.
    The course introduces the concepts of database management systems. Issues in database architecture, design, administration, and implementation are covered.

Grader

  • Flash Authoring -- SP2008
    University of Missouri
    Instructor: Joi Moore

    Plan, develop, and evaluate a multimedia project using digital authoring software (Macromedia Flash). Emphasizes instructional design and user interface issues. Course is production-based. Also available as 4364 for undergraduate credit.
  • Flash Authoring -- FS2008
    University of Missouri
    Instructor: Joi Moore

    Plan, develop, and evaluate a multimedia project using digital authoring software (Macromedia Flash). Emphasizes instructional design and user interface issues. Course is production-based. Also available as 4364 for undergraduate credit.