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  1. List of Courses I Taught (Before I joined GFCB as an Assistant Professor)
  • [Fall 2010 - Spring 2013]
    As, anAdjunct Professor, Department of Information Systems, GFCB, WKU
    • CIT-486 Fall 2010: Knowledge Management (Total enrollments = 21)
    • CIT-496 Spring 2011: Technology Support Admin (Total enrollments = 31)
    • CIT-494 Spring 2011: Knowledge Management II (Total enrollments = 1)
    • CIT-486 Fall 2011: Knowledge Management (Total enrollments = 20)
    • CIT-496 Spring 2012: Technology Support Admin (Total enrollments = 31)
    • CIT-486 Fall 2012: Knowledge Management (Total enrollments = 32)
    • CIT-496 Spring 2013: Technology Support Admin (Total enrollments = 37)
  • [Spring 2013]
    As an Adjunct Professor, Department of Computer Science, Ogden, WKU
  • CS-245 Spring 2013: Programming Languages—Perl (Total enrollments = 19)
  • CS-245 Spring 2013: Programming Languages—Perl (Total enrollments = 18)
  1. List of Courses I Taught (After I joined GFCB as an Assistant Professor)

Since my hiring date at GFCB as an Assistant Professor, I designed and taught five different courses for the Information Systems Department and delivered 24 sections with a total enrollment of 690 students during that time, three of which were delivered via distance learning (Table 1).

 


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