KMDI 1001 – Theory and Methods in Knowledge Media Design (Graduate Course); 2014, 2015
- Core-course for the School of Information’s Knowledge Media Design collaborative program and the Faculty of Medicine’s Translational Research Program
- Designed a new offering of the course with a focus on research methods (quantitative and qualitative) for design in collaboration with co-instructor
- Created a new syllabus, selected weekly readings, wrote lecture slides and material, and designed assignments for the course
- Conducted 3 hour lectures on a weekly basis
- Course enrollment: 30
Guest Lectures and Invited Talks
- Giang, W.C.W. (2015). Discrete Probability Distributions (Guest Lecture). STA 286 – Probability and Statistics, University of Toronto, Feb. 2015.
- Giang, W.C.W. (2015). Task Analysis (Guest Lecture). MIE 240 – Human Centred Systems Design, University of Toronto, Jan. 2015.
- Giang, W.C.W. (2014). Conquering Research Writing: The Article (Invited Talk). Galbraith Society, University of Toronto, Oct. 2014.
- Giang, W.C.W. (2012). Supporting Evidence-based Decisions in Urgent and Emergent Inter-Facility Medical Transportation (Guest Lecture). MIE 345 – Case Studies in Ergonomics, University of Toronto, Nov. 2012.
- Giang, W. (2010). Multimodal Interfaces. (Guest Lecture). SYDE 543 – Cognitive Ergonomics, University of Waterloo, Nov. 2010.
- Giang, W. (2009). Multimodal Interfaces. (Guest Lecture). SYDE 543 – Cognitive Ergonomics, University of Waterloo, Nov. 2009.
Supervised Undergraduate/MEng Students
- 2016: Ornge: Lavinia Hui
- 2015: Wearbles in Distracted Driving: Alex Zhou, Ines Shanti, Sabrina Ralph
- 2014: Ornge: Areeba Zakir, Alexandra Portolos, Roger Luo / Wearables in Distracted Driving: Kenny Kim, Carl Lam, Mustafa Shaikh, Matt Agostini
- 2013: Ornge: Emil Kerimov, David Belvedere
- STA 286 – Probability and Statistics
- MIE 345 – Case Studies in Ergonomics
- MIE 1402 – Experimental Methods (Grad Course)
- MIE 1413 – Statistical Models in Empirical Research (Grad Course)
- MIE 236 – Probability
- SYDE 162 – Introduction to Human Factors
- SYDE 543 – Cognitive Ergonomics
- SYDE 361 – Introduction to Design