I generally approach teaching people about computers without the presumption of any knowledge before starting. My main goal is to teach people that they can develop a digital intuition, which allows them to discover their own answers to problems in simple computing. The key to learning how to use a program is to understand what is possible and not possible by the technology and how to go about exploring new applications and websites instead of a task orientation, which can produce of "computer tunnel-vision".
I've been assisting my family's business with basic computer troubleshooting and digital file work since I was young. I have advanced experience with Word and Excel especially, though I am well versed in the entire Microsoft suite. I intend to teach beginners how to use at home computers for simple tasks: email, word processing, data books, website creation through free mediums, troubleshooting, and general care for your personal computer.
Research Assistant at KU Cognitive Systems and Computing Lab (Artificial Intelligence)
Tech support for family business
Junior in Computer Science degree at University of Kansas
Multiple leadership roles for on-campus IEEE (International Electronics and Electrical Engineers)
Secretary for Scientific Journal Club
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