Sally Sue Richmond earned her M.S. in information science at Penn State Great Valley and her B.A. in art at Penn State University. She teaches courses in human- computer interaction, computer organization, embedded systems, telecommunications, networking, software development life cycle, and IS architecture. Richmond acquired extensive industry experience in a broad range of IS positions, such as systems analyst, network analyst, project manager, and manager of network operations. Her research interests include human–computer interaction, teamwork and collaboration, and engineering education.
Richmond, S. S., DeFranco, J. F., & Jablokow, K. (2015). A Set of Guidelines for the Consistent Assessment of Concept Maps. International Journal of Engineering Education, 30 (5), 1072–1082.
Jablokow, K. W., DeFranco, J. F., Richmond, S. S., Piovoso, M. J., 7 Bilen, S. (2015). Cognitive Style and Concept Mapping Performance. Journal of Engineering Education, 104 (3), 303-325.
Defranco, J., Jablokow, K., Piovoso, M., & Richmond, S. (2015). Objectively assessing concept maps for knowledge integration.International Journal of Engineering Education, 31 (5), 1288-1298.
Richmond, S., Satyamurthy, K., & DeFranco, J. (2016). Exploring the Value of Peer Assessment. Proceedings of the 2016 ASEE International Conference on Engineering Education. New Orleans, LA: ASEE.
Jablolow, K., DeFranco, J., & Richmond, S. (2013). A statistical study of concept mapping metrics. Proceedings of the 2013 ASEE International Conference on Engineering Education. Atlanta, GA: ASEE.
Jablokow, K., Vercellone-Smith, P., & Richmond, S. (2009). Exploring cognitive diversity and the level-style distinction from a problem solving perspective. Proceedings of the 2009 ASEE International Conference on Engineering Education. Austin, TX: ASEE.
B.A., Art, Penn State University
M.S., Information Science, Penn State University