Richard Arias-Hernandez

Instructor
location_on 484 IBLC

Department

About

Richard Arias-Hernandez has been teaching in the BMS program since its inception in 2014. An instructor at the iSchool(MLIS/MAS) who teaches information systems, visual analytics, and human-information interaction, Richard’s current research is centered in the evaluation of online teaching of technical skills for iSchool students and the evaluation of community-based experiential learning for undergraduate students in the BMS program.

Richard currently teaches INFO 250: Networks, Crowds, and Communities and INFO 419: Information Visualization with the BMS program.


Richard Arias-Hernandez

Instructor
location_on 484 IBLC

Richard Arias-Hernandez has been teaching in the BMS program since its inception in 2014. An instructor at the iSchool(MLIS/MAS) who teaches information systems, visual analytics, and human-information interaction, Richard’s current research is centered in the evaluation of online teaching of technical skills for iSchool students and the evaluation of community-based experiential learning for undergraduate students in the BMS program.

Richard currently teaches INFO 250: Networks, Crowds, and Communities and INFO 419: Information Visualization with the BMS program.

Richard Arias-Hernandez

Instructor
location_on 484 IBLC

Richard Arias-Hernandez has been teaching in the BMS program since its inception in 2014. An instructor at the iSchool(MLIS/MAS) who teaches information systems, visual analytics, and human-information interaction, Richard’s current research is centered in the evaluation of online teaching of technical skills for iSchool students and the evaluation of community-based experiential learning for undergraduate students in the BMS program.

Richard currently teaches INFO 250: Networks, Crowds, and Communities and INFO 419: Information Visualization with the BMS program.