Supervised Instructor

Internet Systems, North Carolina A&T State University, Computer Science, 2017

This course addresses the structure and functionality of the Internet and software that exploits it. Topics include mark up languages, Web tools, static, dynamic and active web pages, multimedia in Web applications, communication protocols, client-server, computing, scripting, group and coordinating work at different sites, multi-agent systems that exploit the Internet, and architectures to exploit the distributed computational power offered by the Internet.


  • Taught web technologies, such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP at the undergraduate level
  • Prepared practical web technologies assignments to measure students’ learning outcome