Teaching and Publications
Since the Fall of 2011, I have been teaching as an adjunct lecturer at Brooklyn College. I have taught sections of Exploring Robotics (CORC 3303) and Intro to Programming using C++ (CISC 1110). During the Fall 2013, I am teaching Human Computer Interactions. I have found that I love teaching and helping students learn new ideas, so take one of my classes!
In addition, I continue to publish my work in academic conferences and workshops. The list is included here. Copies can be found on citeseer, google scholar or contact me.
- Jordan Salvit and Elizabeth Sklar. Modulating Agent Behavior using Human Personality Type. In International Workshop on Human-Agent Interaction Design and Models (HAIDM) at Autonomous Agents and MultiAgent Systems (AAMAS), 2012.
- Jordan Salvit and Elizabeth Sklar. Toward a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Model of Agent Behavior. In Multi-agent Based Simulation (MABS) Workshop at Autonomous Agents and MultiAgent Systems (AAMAS), 2010.
- Elizabeth Sklar, Ilknur Icke, Christopher Camacho, William Liu, Jordan Salvit, and Valerie Andrewlevich. Visualizing academic assessment data. In Proceedings of the Assessment of Group and Individual Learning Through Intelligent Visualization (AGILeViz) Workshop at the Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Conference (CSCL), 2007.
- Elizabeth Sklar, Jordan Salvit, Christopher Camacho, William Liu, and Valerie Andrewlevich. An agent-based methodology for analyzing and visualizing educational assessment data. In Sixth International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), 2007.