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About Me

I'm a researcher and PhD student at UW-Madison, and I teach kids and adults how to code. I study AI Ethics Ed with mixed methods. My pronouns are she/her/hers.

Find code I've written on github 😼 and glitch 🎏. I'm most proud of my ENA implementation.

Manuscripts, Publications, & Presentations

Knowles, Mariah. "Telling Stories of Transitions." International Conference on Quantitative Ethnography. 6-9 November 2021. Preprint & Slides

Presentation: Knowles, Mariah A. "Five Motivating Concerns for AI Ethics Instruction." Association for Information Science & Technology. Online. 31 Oct 2021. 10.1002/pra2.481

Presentation: Knowles, Mariah A. and Lauren Scanlon. "Networks of One and Justice." Network Science: Networked Justice. Online. 28 Jun 2021. Slides

Presentation: Knowles, Mariah A. and David Shaffer. "Hierarchical Epistemic Network Analysis." International Conference on Quantitative Ethnography. Online. 8 Feb 2021. Abstract & Poster

Scianna, Jennifer and David Gagnon and Bryan Knowles. "Counting the Game: Visualizing Changes in Play by Incorporating Game Events." Advances in Quantitative Ethnography. ICQE 2021. Communications in Computer and Information Science 1312. Springer. 2021. 10.1007/978-3-030-67788-6_15

Presentation: Knowles, Mariah A. and David Shaffer. "Geometric Intuitions in Qualitative Research." Trans Math Day. Online. 5 December 2020. Slides

Knowles, Bryan A. Various Profiles. ACM XRDS. 2018-2019. List

Teaching

In general:

I've taught hybrid, flipped, online, face-to-face, community college, undergrad, graduate, summer coding camps for 4th-12th grades, workforce training, precollege programs, and private tutoring.

For a detailed list, see my vita.

All my teaching materials past a certain date are available open-source on my glitch 🎏 page.