Alumni

  • Aaron Clamage researched ways to create books from children's stories.
  • Amy Datsko assisted ICDL users with questions about the web site and responded to other feedback. She also worked with the ICDL Ambassadors program.
  • Allison Farber created much of the art for the user interface.
  • Mona Leigh Guha worked with our child design partners, tested our software with other child users, and helped other testing sites.
  • Laura Hadley received her MLS from the College of Information Studies and worked with translators and helped catalog the books.
  • Leshell Hatley help update the book processing system.
  • Trina Harris worked on administrative issues and coordinated ICDL events.
  • Kristine Holland read books, wrote summaries, and then categorized them on ICDL. She also worked behind the scenes on the database that supports the site and assisted with the process of incorporating new books into ICDL.
  • Juan-Pablo Hourcade developed the base user interface technology for searching and viewing books, as well as the information retrieval architecture. He also worked on design issues with our child design partners and made improvements to the searching and browsing user interfaces.
  • Hilary Hutchinson researched on and makes Web pages.
  • Sharmon Kollet worked on administrative issues and coordinates ICDL events.
  • Adrienne LaGier was a graduate student in the College of Education and worked with kids around the world to evaluate the ICDL.
  • Juhyun Lee worked with our child design partners and tested our software with other child users.
  • Sabrina Liao created art, videos, and worked on visual design problems.
  • Sheri Massey is a doctoral student at the College of Information Studies and studies how kids from all over the world use the ICDL.
  • Tracy Masterson scanned and processed books for the ICDL.
  • Mary Ramos worked in an administrative capacity, assisting in collection development and copyright management.
  • Swetha Reddy is a masters student at the College of Information Studies. She helps process books for the ICDL.
  • Kara Reuter redesigned the ICDL webpage and researched how to make books in the ICDL easier to find.
  • Yoshifumi Takayama worked on the book reader software and the help system.
  • Lingling Zhang developed the caching technology that helps ICDL retrieve books more efficiently. She worked on various issues in the searching and browsing user interfaces and added new functionality to the ICDL.