Susan lectures and supervises research projects on the MSc in User Experience (UX) Design. She also delivers modules on the BSc (Hons) in Creative Computing. Susan was previously a programme coordinator in the Department of Technology & Psychology and a member of IADT's Access Committee and is currently an academic representative on IADT's Quality Enhancement Committee.
|Reardon, S., + B. Tangney (In Press). Smartphones, Studio-Based Learning and Scaffolding – Helping Novices to Learn to Program. ACM Transactions on Computing Education.||2014|
|Reardon, S., + Tangney, B. (2011). Studio-Based Learning with Smartphones for Novice Programmers. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the 10th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning.||2011|
|Dalkey Festival of Flowers Art Exhibition, Co. Dublin||2002|
|Summer Show, Daffodil Gallery, Skerries, Co. Dublin||2000|
|Monkstown 1200 Art Exhibition, Co. Dublin||1998|
|The Paul Kane Gallery, Group Show, Dublin||1997|
|Iontas, 9th National Small Works Art Competition and Exhibition, RHA Gallery, Dublin||1996|
- Studio-based learning,
- mobile computing and novice programmers.
- Universal Design. UX. How the internet is changing art.
My recent research investigated the effectiveness of combining a studio-based learning pedagogy with the contextualised motivational aspect of application development for smartphones to help overcome the barriers novice programmers face.
|Presented research at MITE / T+L Alumni Presentations, Trinity College Dublin||2015|
|Presented at Irish Learning Technology Association EdTech (NUIM)||2012|
|Presented a paper at the 10th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China||2011|