University of Connecticut
Computer Science and Engineering


Dr. Keith Barker

Professor

See KB's moment of fame: 15th October 1995


Computer Science and Engineering


Phone: (860) 486-2584
Fax: (860) 486-4817
E_Mail:keith@cse.uconn.edu

Education

B. Eng., Ph.D. in Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Sheffield University, England

Personal Information

Dr. Barker teaches Logic Circuit Design courses and is developing World Wide Web based instructional material for his circuit design laboratory class. He has worked with industry to develop these circuit design courses so that the studen ts integrate the design components into larger units emphasing manufacturing and product development. This cour se material will be available for the students at the UConn regional campuses an d the Community Technical Colleges.

Currently Keith Barker is the Director of the Institute for Teaching and Learning at the University. This is a position with UConn-wide responsibilities to improve teaching by faculty and teaching assistants and to enhance learning throughout the institution.

Research Interests

Professional Activities

Professor Barker is actively involved in the Computer Science Accreditation Board (CSAB) and is a past chair of CSAC. He is also a member of the Educational Activities Board of the IEEE Computer Society.

Awards and Honors

Selected Presentations

MacKay, Wurst, and Barker, "The impact of teamwork and manufacturing curriculum in computer engineering" ASEE New England Section Spring Conference, Tufts University, April 1996.

A.Tucker, K. Barker, A. Bernat, R. Cupper, C. Kelemen, and R. Ungar, "Developing the Breadth-First Curriculum", WCCE 95, Birmingham, England, July 25, 1995.

"Implementation of the New Computer Science/Engineering Curriculum", plenary lecture at the Symposium on Sciences and Engineering Education in the 21st century, American University in Cairo, April 9-12, 1995.

Barker and Bernat," Computing Curricula '91. The Science and Engineering Reality in '94", 2-day workshop at the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, April 18-19th, 1994.

Barker, Tucker, Bernat, Cupper and Kelemen," Class Testing the Breadth-First Curriculum" Panel at the 1994 SIGCSE Technical Symposium, Phoenix, March 10-12th, 1994.

Barker, Bernat, and Meyer,"Design Education in Computer Science/Engineering ",Workshop 7 at the Frontiers in Education Conference 1993, Washington D.C., November 1993.

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