Alexis Peirce Caudell
Myles Brand Hall 207
Office hours: See Below
- Ph.D. in Informatics at Indiana University
Courses Taught at Luddy
- I202 Social Informatics
- I400 Technological Nature
- I453 Computer and Information Ethics
- I494 Design and Development of an Information System (Capstone)
Office Hours Fall 2021 11/29-12/3
Monday: 3-4pm (Zoom or In-Person)
Tuesday: 1-2pm am (Zoom or In-Person)
If my office hours conflict with your schedule, please ask to make an appointment.
Alexis Peirce Caudell is a children’s geographer (someone who studies the places and spaces of children’s lives) and lecturer (someone who is focused on teaching and learning) in the Informatics Department. Her scholarly interests focus on questions about the role of technologies in children’s spatial imaginaries and lived experiences.
Dr. Peirce Caudell is committed to bringing the complex relationship between technology and larger social, political, legal, and economic systems to students’ experiences at lU. She earned her Ph.D. in Informatics from Indiana University, and also holds degrees in Instructional Technology from the University of Georgia (M.Ed), and Library and Information Science from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (M.LIS). As part of her commitment to teaching responsible computing, Alexis works on the "Ethics, Values, and Technology: developing character for a digital world" project funded by a grant from Lily Endowment Inc.
- Computing, Culture, and Society
- Ethics and Values in Digital Society
- Animal Informatics
- Teaching and Learning
- Computing and the Environment
- Child-Computer Interaction