Leysia Palen teaches undergraduate and graduate level classes in the Human-Centered Computing area in the Department of Computer Science in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Recent-ish courses include:

INFO 7000: Introduction to Doctoral Studies (Fall 2018)  (Fall 2017)

INFO 6500: Information Science Seminar

INFO 6201: Interdisciplinary Ways of Knowing (Fall 2020)

CSCI 5919HCI: Survey & Synthesis I (Fall 2021)

INFO 4605/5605: Design Ethnography (Spring 2021; Spring 2023)

INFO 2131: Information Ecosystems (Spring 2022; Fall 2022)

One-Sheet Teaching/Learning Guide to "Empirical Epistemologies Applied to Human-Centered Computing Research"

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Palen, L. (2014). Empirical Epistemologies Applied to Human-Centered Computing Research: A One Page Guide. University of Colorado Boulder, Nov 16, 2014.