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Dan Bogaard

Associate Professor

School of Information
Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences
Undergraduate Program Director

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[2211] T/R 12:30pm-2:00pm
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Dan Bogaard

Associate Professor

School of Information
Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences
Undergraduate Program Director

Education

BFA, Indiana University; MS, Rochester Institute of Technology

Bio

<p>Teaching and research interests include Web-based communication, security, access, and application development - specifically employing emerging technologies. I have been part of numerous research grants, including awards by the National Science Foundation (NSF), National Institutes of Health (NIH), NYS Department of Health, and Rochester General Hospital.</p><p>Curricularly, I oversee all Web related curriculum, the Minor in Web Development for Computing Majors and am very interested in Web Sciences.</p><p><strong>Highlights</strong></p><ul><li>2011 Eisenhart Award for Outstanding Teaching</li><li>Co-PI on NSF grant award-Speech to Text Systems: Comparative Analysis of Text Generation and Display Methods</li><li>Co-PI on RGH grant award-Acute Otitis Media Database Project</li></ul>

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Published Conference Proceedings
Lunt, Barry M. and Daniel Bogaard. "A Profile of SIGITE/RIIT Authors, 2nd Ed." Proceedings of the ACM Special Interest Group in IT Education Conference (SIGITE'20), October 7-9, 2020. Ed. Sheridan Communications. Virtual Event, USA: n.p., 2020. Web.
Greenberg, Hollis, et al. "Panel: What COVID-19 is Teaching Professors: Pandemic-Level Changes in our Classrooms." Proceedings of the ACM Special Interest Group in IT Education Conference (SIGITE'20), October 7-9, 2020. Ed. Sheridan Communications. Virtual Event, USA: n.p., 2020. Web.
Greenberg, Hollis, et al. "Increasing Female Enrollment and Retention for Computing Degrees." Proceedings of the SIGITE 2019, Tacoma, WA. Ed. Goda, Bryan. Tacoma, WA: ACM, 2019. Web.
Bogaard, Daniel, et al. "Online Learning, the Educators Experiences." Proceedings of the SIGITE 2019, Tacoma, WA. Ed. Goda, Bryan. Tacoma, WA: ACM, 2019. Web.
French, Bryan, Daniel Bogaard, and Stephen Zilora. "Shaping a Wearable and Ubiquitous Computing Curriculum." Proceedings of the SIGITE/RIIT 2017. Ed. ACM. ROCHESTER, NY: ACM Digital Library, 2017. Web.
Bogaard, Daniel, et al. "Producing and Evaluating Crowdsourced Computer Security Attack Trees." Proceedings of the 2016 IEEE Internatinal Symposium on Technologies for Homeland Security, Waltham, MA, May 2016. Ed. IEEE. Waltham, MA: n.p., 2016. Web.
Morgan, Dave, Stephen J Zilora, and Daniel S Bogaard. "urHL7: An HL7 Parsing and Manipulation Library." Proceedings of the IEEE Healthcom '15. Ed. Joel Rodrigues. Boston, MA: n.p., 2015. Web.
Tentilucci, Matt, et al. "Crowdsourcing Computer Security Attack Trees." Proceedings of the Annual Symposium on Information Assurance (ASIA 15). Ed. Sanjay Goel. Albany, NY: n.p., 2015. Web.
Zilora, Stephen J, Daniel S Bogaard, and Jim Leone. "The Changing Face of Information Technology." Proceedings of the SIGITE/RIIT 2013. Ed. William D Armitage, Rob Friedman, and Ken Baker. Orlando, FL: ACM, 2013. Print.
Bogaard, Daniel, Daryl Johnson, and Robert Parody. "Browser Web Storage Vulnerability Investigation HTML5 localStorage Object." Proceedings of the 2012 International Conference on Security and Management. Las Vegas, NV: SAM, 2012. Print.
Journal Paper
Friedel, Viky, et al. "Five-year Prospective Study of Pediatric Acute Otitis Media in Rochester, NY: Modeling Analysis of the Risk of Pneumococcal Colonization in the Nasopharynx and Infection." Journal of Epidemiology and Infection. December (2013): 1-9. Print.

Currently Teaching

ISTE-240
3 Credits
This course builds on the basics of web page development that are presented in Web and Mobile I and extends that knowledge to focus on theories, issues, and technologies related to the design and development of web sites. An overview of web design concepts, including usability, accessibility, information architecture, and graphic design in the context of the web will be covered. Introduction to web site technologies, including HTTP, web client and server programming, and dynamic page generation from a database also will be explored. Development exercises are required.
ISTE-498
0 Credits
Students may substitute the second block of traditional co-op experience with creative, innovative or research (iSchool CIR) activities as long as it is directly related to the applicant’s degree. Examples include contributing to research projects, supervised participation in entrepreneurial activities, and cross-disciplinary innovation projects not otherwise eligible for co-op. Students will follow a structured application process prior to registering for the course. They will submit a plan of work that outlines the proposed activities, defines tangible goals and deliverables, and identifies a person (faculty member, business contact, etc.) who will provide oversight throughout the term. At the conclusion of the term, students will follow an assessment process similar to that used for traditional co-op as well as (submission of evaluation of responsible oversight party, their daily time and activity logs, the students report and an announced presentation – see iSchool CIR Experience Guidelines on the web at https://ischool.rit.edu/ > Student Resources > Co-op Enrollment for further information).
ISTE-340
3 Credits
This course will explore the analysis, design, development, and implementation of client-side programming in the context of Internet technologies, mobile devices, Web-based client systems and desktop applications. Students will learn to design and build usable and effective interactive systems, clients, and interfaces. Key features addressed will include browser and platform compatibility, object reusability, bandwidth and communications issues, development environments, privacy and security, and related technologies and APIs. Programming is required.