Carol Sabbar

Carol Sabbar

  • Adjunct Instructor, School of Information Studies

Adjunct Instructor


  • MA, in French, Middlebury College, 1983. Coursework at Vermont campus and year abroad at Université de Paris X-Nanterre and l’Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Paris. Certificate of Proficiency in Phonetics. (Thesis Title: L’Evangelisation parmi la Jeunesse Parisienne.)
  • BA, French and Religion, Carthage College, 1982. Summa Cum Laude.

Research Interests

Information Retrieval
Languages and Linguistics
Undergraduate Education

Courses Taught/Instructional Experience

Introduction to Organizational Technology, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Carthage College

Introduction to Linguistics, J-term 2015, Carthage College

Introduction to Business and Information Systems, Carthage College, 2010

Instructor, Understandings of Religion, Carthage College, 1998-2005

Management Information Systems and Applications in Management, Carthage College, 1985-1987

Introduction to Computers, Carthage College, 1983-1986

Other courses taught: Elementary French I, Elementary French II, French Conversation and Composition, 20th Century French Theatre; Introduction to Computing

Scholarly Activities

Chair and founder, Disaster Recovery Task Force. Carthage College 2004-Present

Chair, founder, and member. Classroom Design Team. Carthage College 2000-2003

Organizer, Annual Faculty/Staff Technology Conference. Carthage College. 1995-Present

Professional Societies/Memberships

WiscNet Educational Research Cooperative
Packeteer User’s Group
WAICU IT Directors Group
Women in Technology International
American Library Association
WAICU Library Directors