Steven Moore supports faculty in developing and incorporating technology-enhanced learning (TEL) in their course design and online/hybrid teaching. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Georgia Tech, which he leverages to create digital learning solutions. Recently, he earned his Master’s in Educational Technology and Applied Learning Sciences (METALS) here at Carnegie Mellon. His research and coursework revolved around computer science education, which he now applies to various courses and projects at the Eberly Center. Steven is interested in improving the education of introductory programming to non-majors via adaptive and interactive activities.
Marsha Lovett, PhD
Director, Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation
Co-Coordinator, The Simon Initiative
Teaching Professor, Psychology
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