• I453/I590: Computer and information Ethics. Topics include pervasive computing, value-sensitive design, and the philosophical foundations of computing ethics. Taught by Kalpana Shankar.
  • P535: Pervasive Computing. Graduate course with team projects focused on technology in the homes of elders. Taught by Kay Connelly.
  • C325/C625/I399/K492: Health Technology and Aging: co-taught by Lesa Lorenzen Huber, Jean Camp, and Kay Connelly, with guest lecture by Kalpana Shankar, 3 RAs, and other guest instructors, Purpose: learning about technology and aging, Outcomes: 4 groups 15 students with gero-technology business plans completed December 2007.