Classmate PC at Intel

In 2007, Meg worked at Intel as a Human Factors Engineer with the Emerging Markets Platform group to design the Intel classmate PC. The small laptop was a purpose-built computer for schools and students. She participated in research on pilot programs in elementary schools in Texas, California, Oregon and Guadalajara.

Meg has written on the subject of using video ethnography within the design and development process as a communication tool between researchers, designers and engineers. She has also written about the classmate PC pilot programs . She continued to explore educational technology in graduate school and as a UX Designer at Citrix.