Jennifer TerrellInformatics Undergraduate Director
Office: Myles Brand Hall | Room: 225
Office HoursVirtual office url: https://iu.zoom.us/my/jennterr
Mondays 1 - 2 pm
Tuesdays 2 - 3pm
By appointment as well.
- Ph.D. in Informatics at Indiana University, 2015
Courses Taught at Luddy
- I202 Introduction to Social Informatics
- I400 Advanced Information Ethics
- I400 Disney: Tech, Tourism, and Leisure
- I453 Computer and Information Ethics
Dr. Jen graduated from the Social Informatics program within the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University in the summer of 2015.
Jennifer's research interests include scholarship of teaching and learning, participatory culture, mediated social movements, digitally mediated sociality, sociotechnical ethics, immersive storytelling and experience design.
Her dissertation, titled "Constructing Rooms of Requirement: The Ethnographic Study of Digitally Transmediated Sociality" examines the use of digital media in the social construction of Harry Potter fans.
Other Research Areas
- Animal Computer Interaction
- Computing, Culture, and Society
- Theme Park Technologies
- Sociotechnical Imaginaries
- Embodied and Transmediated Storytelling