Dr. Ray Bareiss is a Professor of the Practice at Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley.
Ray was formerly Executive Vice President and Senior Design Architect at Cognitive Arts,
in charge of its New York office. Prior to joining Cognitive Arts, Ray was Assistant
Director of the Institute for the Learning Sciences (ILS) and an Associate Professor of
computer science and education at Northwestern University. 

Before joining ILS, he was on the faculty of Vanderbilt University. As a specialist in
computer-based learning environments, corporate memory and computer-based performance
support, cased-based reasoning and multimedia computing, Ray served as a senior software
designer for many academic and corporate training courses. 

Ray holds a Ph.D. in computer sciences and a B.S. in communications from the University
of Texas at Austin. He has worked on academic e-learning courses for Columbia University
in the fields of ESL, information technology, economics, physics, and psychology, and on
courses for Northwestern University. Ray is the author of a number of books and articles.

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Semantic Geotagging: A Location-Based Hypermedia Approach to Creating Situational Awareness (with Martin Griss, Steven Rosenberg, and Yu Zhang), Proceedings of MobiCase 2011 (2011)

As emergency first responders and commanders increasingly use mobile phones, tablets, and social media to...

 

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An Exploration of Knowledge and Skills Transfer from a Formal Software Engineering Curriculum to a Capstone Practicum Project (with Ed Katz) (2011)

Students at Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley complete a team-based practicum project for an industrial sponsor...

 

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Contextualized Mobile Support for Learning by Doing in the Real World (with Natalie Linnell and Martin Griss), Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal (2011)

This research addresses the use of mobile devices with both embedded and external sensors to...

 

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A Graduate Education in Software Management and the Software Business for Mid-Career Professionals (with Gladys Mercier) (2010)

Given the unique nature of the software business, the faculty of Carnegie Mellon University’s Silicon...

 

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Coaching Via Cognitive Apprenticeship (with Martin Radley) (2010)

At Carnegie Mellon’s Silicon Valley campus we employ a learn by- doing educational approach in...