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					Terry Ryan
   Professor                                      http://ist.cgu.edu/ryant
   Information Systems & Technology               terry.ryan@cgu.edu
   Claremont Graduate University                  909-607-9591 office
   130 East Ninth Street                          909-621-8564 fax
   Claremont, CA 91711


Education
   PhD (1989), Management Information Systems (MIS), Indiana University

   MBA (1986), MIS, Indiana University

   BS (1979), Psychology, Purdue University


Academic Positions
   Professor (2010-present), Dean (2008-2011), Associate Professor (2001-2010),
   School of Information Systems & Technology, Claremont Graduate University
   (awarded tenure 2007)

   Associate Professor (1999-2001), Assistant Professor (1993-1999), Visiting
   Assistant Professor (1992-1993), Decision Sciences, School/Division of Business
   & Economics, Indiana University South Bend (awarded tenure 1999)

   Assistant Professor (1989-1992), MIS, School of Business, Southern Illinois
   University Edwardsville

   Assistant Professor (1987-1989), Management/MIS, College of Business
   Administration, Marquette University


Journal Articles (refereed)
  1. Eryilmaz, E., Ryan, T., van der Pol, J., Kasemvilas, S., and Mary, J.
     (accepted for publication, 2012) Enhancing student knowledge acquisition
     from online learning conversations, International Journal of Computer
     Supported Collaborative Learning.
  2. Eryilmaz, E., Ryan, T., van der Pol, J., Kasemvilas, S., and Mary, J.
     (accepted for publication, 2012) Fostering quality and flow of online learning
     conversations by artifact-centered discourse systems, Journal of the
     Association for Information Systems.
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    3. Reynoso, J., Olfman, L., Ryan, T., & Horan, T. (accepted for publication,
       2011) An information systems design theory for an expert system for
       training. Journal of Database Management.

    4. Coulson, A., Olfman, L., Ryan, T., & Shayo, C. (2010) Enterprise systems
       training strategies: Knowledge levels and user understanding. Journal of
       Organizational and End-User Computing, 22, 3, 22-39.
    5. Al-Busaidi, K., Olfman, L., Ryan, T., & Leroy, G. (2010) Sharing knowledge
       to a knowledge management system: Examining the motivators and the
       benefits in an Omani organization. Journal of Organizational Knowledge
       Management (online journal), Article ID 325835, 12 pages.
    6. Raman, M., Ryan, T., Jennex, M., and Olfman, L. (2010) Wiki technology
       and emergency response: An action research study, International Journal of
       Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, Volume 2,
       Number 1.

    7. Witman, P. and Ryan, T. (2010) Think big for reuse, Communications of the
       ACM, Volume 53, Number 1.
    8. Garrett, N., Thoms B., Ryan T., and Alrushiedat, N. (2009). Social ePortfolios
       as the new course management system, On the Horizon Volume 17, Number
       3.
    9. Thoms, B., Garrett, N., and Ryan, T. (2009) Online learning communities in
       the New 'U', International Journal of Networking and Virtual Organisations,
       Volume 6, Number 5, pp. 499-517.

    10. Thoms, B., Garrett, N., Soffer, M., and Ryan, T. (2008) Resurrecting graduate
        conversation through an online learning community, International Journal of
        Information Communication and Technology Education, Issue 15, Volume 4,
        Number 3.

    11. Quiñonez, R., Ryan, T., & Olfman, L. (2007) Designing CBT systems with
        errors in mind: Avoidance, seeding, and tolerance. Journal of Information
        Technology Education, Volume 6, pp. 65-80.

    12. Chen, C., Ryan, T., and Olfman, L. (2006) Online behavior modeling: An
        effective and affordable software training method. International Journal of
        Web-Based Learning and Teaching Technologies, Volume 1, Number 4, pp.
        36-53.

    13. Raman, M., Ryan, T., and Olfman, L. (2006) Knowledge management
        systems for emergency preparedness: The Claremont University Consortium
        experience. International Journal of Knowledge Management, Volume 2,
        Number 3, pp. 33-50.
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    14. Ryan, T., Field, R. H.G., and Olfman, L. (2006) Discontinuous change in
        university web sites: The relative importance of reasons for change. Journal
        of Information, Information Technology, and Organizations, Volume 1, pp.
        43-57.

    15. Zwieg, P., Kaiser, K. M., Beath, C., Bullen, C., Gallagher, K., Goles, T.,
        Howland, J., Simon, J. Abbott, P., Abraham, T., Carmel, E., Evaristo, R.,
        Hawk, S., Lacity, M., Gallivan, M., Kelly, S., Mooney, J., Ranganathan, C.,
        Rottman, J., Ryan, T., Wion, R. (2006) The information technology workforce:
        Trends and implications 2005-2008. MIS Quarterly Executive, Volume 5,
        Number 2.

    16. Raman, M., Ryan, T., and Olfman, L. (2005) Designing knowledge
        management systems for teaching and learning with wiki technology.
        Journal of Information Systems Education, Volume 16, Number 3, pp. 311-
        320.

    17. Liu, S-C., Olfman, L., and Ryan, T. (2004) Knowledge management success:
        Empirical assessment of a theoretical model. International Journal of
        Knowledge Management, Volume 1, Number 2, pp. 68-87.

    18. Hayashi, A., Chen, C.C., Ryan, T., and Wu, J. (2004) The role of social
        presence and moderating role of computer self-efficacy in predicting the
        continuance usage of e-learning systems. Journal of Information Systems
        Education, Volume 15, Number 2, pp. 139-154.

    19. Negash, S., Ryan, T., and Igbaria, M. (2003) Quality and effectiveness in
        Web-based customer support systems. Information & Management, Volume
        40, Number 8, pp. 757-768.

    20. Ryan, T., Field, R.H.G., and Olfman, L. (2003) The evolution of U.S. state
        government homepages from 1997 to 2002. International Journal of Human-
        Computer Studies, Volume 59, pp. 403-430.

    21. Mathieson, K., and Ryan, T. (2000) A broader view of relevance.
        Communications of the Association for Information Systems,
        http://cais.isworld.org/, Volume 6, Article 17.

    22. Mathieson, K.M., and Ryan, T. (1997) Users evaluations of packages:
        Demonstrations versus hands-on use. The Electronic Journal of Information
        Systems Evaluation, http://is.twi.tudelft.nl/ejise/, Issue 1, Number 1.

    23. Bock, D.B., and Ryan, T. (1996) Modeling ternary relationships. Journal of
        Computer Information Systems, Summer 1996, pp. 60-65.

    24. Mathieson, K.M., and Ryan, T. (1994) The effect of definitional variation on
        users' evaluations of information systems. Data Base, May 1994, pp. 37-48.
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    25. Bock, D.B., and Ryan, T. (1994) Extended entity relationship modeling
        performance. Journal of Computer Information Systems, Summer 1994, pp.
        44-51.

    26. Sumner, M., and Ryan, T. (1994) The impact of CASE: Can it achieve critical
        success factors? Journal of Systems Management, Volume 45, Number 6, pp.
        16-28.

    27. Bock, D.B., and Ryan, T. (1993) Accuracy in modeling with extended entity
        relationship and object-oriented data models. Journal of Database
        Management, Volume 4, Number 4, pp. 30-39.

    28. Ryan, T., and Bock, D.B. (1992) A socio-technical viewpoint to CASE tool
        adoption. Journal of Systems Management, Volume 43, Number 11, pp. 25-
        29.

    29. Bock, D.B., and Ryan, T. (1991) A file recovery method for microcomputer
        database management systems. Interface: The Computer Education
        Quarterly, Volume 13, Number 4, pp. 83-92.

    30. Ryan, T., and Bock, D.B. (1990) An integrated approach to bachelors and
        masters MIS design project capstone courses. Interface: The Computer
        Education Quarterly, Volume 12, Number 3, pp. 15-19.


Conference Papers (refereed)
    1. Eryilmaz, E., Ryan, T., Poplin, M., Mary, J. (2012) Re-design and
       Evaluation of an Anchored Discussion System, Proceedings of the 45th
       Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, Jan 4-7, 2012, Maui,
       Hawaii.

    2. Canelon, J., Ryan, T., Moss, F., and Prasertsilp, P. (2011). Facework,
       Gender, and Online Discussion, Proceedings of the 6th Annual Midwest
       Association for Information Systems Conference (MWAIS 2011), May 20-21,
       2011, Omaha, Nebraska (Best Paper Award).

    3. Eryilmaz, E., Van der Pol, J., Clark, M.P., Mary, J., Ryan, T. (2010).
       Understanding the Paradox of Mental Effort in Online Learning
       Conversations, Proceedings of the International Conference on Information
       Systems (ICIS 2010), December 12-15, 2010, Saint Louis, Missouri (SIGED-
       IAIM Best Paper Award)

    4. Alrushiedat, N., Olfman, L., Ryan, T., Kung, M. & van der Pol, J. (2010)
       Perception of cognitive, affective, and psychomotor learning from using aplia
       and asynchronous online discussions. Proceedings of Society for Information
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       Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2010, (pp. 272-
       277), Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

    5. Thoms, B., Garrett, N., Ryan, T. (2010) A blog reputation system to foster
       learning in online communities of practice, Proceedings of the Forty-Third
       Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 43),
       January 5-8, 2010, Kauai, Hawaii.

    6. Alrushiedat, N., Eryilmaz, E., Ryan. T., and Olfman, L. (2009) The impact of
       standard and anchored online discussions on students' exam performance,
       critical thinking, and learning, Proceedings of the Annual ISOneWorld
       Conference.
    7. Alrushiedat, N., Ryan, T., and Olfman, L. (2008) Replying to spam: Do users
       reply based on low cognitive reflection ability? Proceedings of the 9th Global
       Information Technology Management Association World Conference.
    8. Thoms, B., Garrett, N., Canelon Herrera, J., and Ryan, T. (2008)
       Understanding the roles of knowledge sharing and trust in online learning
       communities, Proceedings of the Forty-First Annual Hawaii International
       Conference on System Sciences. (Nominated for best paper award)
    9. Al-Busaidi, K., Olfman, L., Ryan, T., & Leroy, G. (2007) Revealing the
       antecedents and benefits of KMS use: An exploratory study in a petroleum
       company in Oman. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on
       Decision Support Systems.
    10. Charoen, D., Olfman, L., & Ryan, T. (2007) Winning the IT security battle
        with guerilla tactics. Proceedings of the Australia New Zealand Systems
        Conference 2007.
    11. Witman, P., and Ryan, T. (2007) Innovation in Large-grained Software
        Reuse: A Case from Banking. Proceedings of the Fortieth Annual Hawaii
        International Conference on System Sciences.
    12. Garrett, N., Thoms, B., Soffer, M., and Ryan, T. (2007) Extending the Elgg
        social networking system to enhance the campus conversation. Proceedings
       of the Second International Conference on Design Science Research in
       Information Systems and Technology. (Nominated for best paper award)
    13. Thoms, B., Garrett, N., Soffer, M. and Ryan, T. (2007) Resurrecting graduate
        conversation through an online learning community. Proceedings of the
        IADIS Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems.
        (Winner of best paper award)

    14. Gomez Reynoso, J. M., Olfman, L., Ryan, T., & Horan, T. (2006) An
        information systems design theory for an expert system for training.
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       Proceedings of the First International Conference on Design Science
       Research in Information Systems and Technology.

    15. Gudea, S., and Ryan, T. (2006) Teaching online. Proceedings of the Twelfth
       Americas Conference on Information Systems.

    16. Raman, M., Ryan, T., and Olfman, L. (2006) Knowledge management system
        for emergency preparedness: An action research study. Proceedings of Thirty-
       Ninth Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
       (Nominated for best paper award)

    17. Daylami, N., Ryan, T., Olfman, L, and Shayo, C. (2005) Determinants of
        application service provider (ASP) innovation adoption. Proceedings of
       Thirty-Eighth Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.

    18. Gudea, S., and Ryan, T. (2005) Internet access in Romania. Proceedings of
       the 8th Annual Conference of the Southern Association for Information
       Systems.

    19. Gudea, S., and Ryan, T. (2005) Online education in Eastern Europe: The case
        of Romania. Proceedings of Global Information Technology Management
       Conference.
    20. Jung, W., Olfman, L., Ryan, T., and Park, Y.T. (2005) An experimental study
        of the effects of representational data quality on decision performance.
       Proceedings of the Eleventh Americas Conference on Information Systems.
    21. Jung, W., Olfman, L., Park, Y.-T., and Ryan, T. (2005) An empirical study of
        the effects of contextual data quality and task complexity on decision
        performance. Proceedings of the 2005 IEEE International Conference on
       Information Reuse and Integration (IEEE-IRI2005) Knowledge Acquisition
       and Management.
    22. Ryan, T., and Gudea, S. (2005) Why do organizations expect every
        information systems project to be successful? Proceedings of the Eleventh
       Americas Conference on Information Systems.
    23. Cetiner, M., and Ryan, T. (2004) Applying Web design guidelines: How to
        improve the usability of government Web sites, Proceedings of the 7th Annual
        Conference of the Southern Association for Information Systems.

    24. Chen, C.C., Ryan, T., and Olfman, L. (2004) The efficacy of behavior
        modeling: A comparison of face-to-face and online asynchronous software-
        training methods, Proceedings of Thirty-Seventh Annual Hawaii
        International Conference on System Sciences, January 5-8, 2004, Kona, HI.
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    25. Gomez Reynoso, J.M., Al-Busaidi, K., Tulu, B., and Ryan, T. (2004) An
        experimental study on user satisfaction and comparison shopping agents for
        product evaluation. Proceedings of the Tenth Americas Conference on
       Information Systems.

    26. Gudea, S., and Ryan, T. (2004) Valuation of information technology and the
        global economy: Do factors affecting the choice of a valuation model
        transcend national boundaries? Proceedings of Global Information
       Technology Management Conference.

    27. Hayashi, A., Ryan, T., Chen, C.C., and Wu, J. (2004) Predicting continuance
        in the usage of e-learning systems for assimilating IT skills. Proceedings of
        Southeast Decision Sciences Conference 2004. (Winner of best paper award
        for conference track)

    28. Liu, S-C., Olfman, L., and Ryan, T. (2004) KMS-enabled individual learning
        in the workplace. Proceedings of the Tenth Americas Conference on
       Information Systems.

    29. Navarrete, C., Huerta, E., and Ryan, T. (2004) The credibility of online
        messages: An experimental investigation of the influence of Web-design
        factors. Proceedings of the 14th Information Resources Management
        Association International Conference.

    30. Raman, M., and Ryan, T. (2004) Designing online discussion support systems
        for academic settings. Proceedings of the Tenth Americas Conference on
       Information Systems.

    31. Stager, J.C. and Ryan, T. (2004) Spatial decision support systems (SDSS) for
        support of public participation, Proceedings of ISOneWorld Conference.

    32. Huerta, E., and Ryan, T. (2003) The credibility of online information. 2003
        Proceedings—Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS),
        August 4-6, 2003, Tampa, FL.

    33. Raman, M., and Ryan, T. (2003) Internet banking adoption: Does country
        matter? Proceedings of the 6th Annual Conference of the Southern
        Association for Information Systems.

    34. Ryan, T., Field, R.G.H., and Olfman, L. (2003) Why do universities make
        discontinuous changes to their Web sites? Examining the relative importance
        of four reasons for change. 2003 Proceedings—Americas Conference on
        Information Systems (AMCIS), August 4-6, 2003, Tampa, FL. (Nominated for
        best paper award for conference track)
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    35. Schönert, S., and Ryan, T. (2003) M-government: Status quo and
        perspectives. Proceedings of the ISOneWorld Conference, April 23-25, 2003,
        Las Vegas, NV.

    36. Ryan, T., Field, R.H.G., and Olfman, L. (2002) Homepage genre
        dimensionality. 2002 Proceedings—Americas Conference on Information
        Systems (AMCIS), August 9-11, 2002, Dallas, TX.
    37. Ryan, T., and Kern, G.M. (1995) Effects of information technology on
        university organizational design. 1995 Proceedings--Decision Sciences
        Institute, Volume 2, November 20-22, 1995, Boston, MA, pp. 789-791.

    38. Bock, D.B., and Ryan, T. (1994) Immediate versus delayed learning transfer
        performance for the extended entity relationship model. 1994 Proceedings--
        Decision Sciences Institute, Volume 2, November 20-22, 1994, Honolulu, HI,
        pp. 849-851.

    39. Bock, D.B., and Ryan, T. (1993) Extended entity relationship modeling
        performance for delayed transfer tasks. In S. Ghosh (Ed.), Proceedings of the
        Twenty-Fourth Annual Meeting of the Midwest Decision Sciences Institute,
        April 21-23, 1993, East Lansing, MI., pp. 62-64.

    40. Bock, D.B., and Ryan, T. (1992) A comparison of conceptual data modeling
        success for the extended entity relationship and object oriented data model.
        In F.D. Booth (Ed.), Proceedings of the Twenty-Third Annual Meeting of the
        Midwest Decision Sciences Institute, May 3-5, 1992, Kansas City, MO, pp.
        91-93. (Winner of best paper award)

    41. Mathieson, K., and Ryan, T. (1991) A goal-driven cognitive model of the
        systems evaluation process. In J.I. DeGross, I. Benbasat, G. DeSanctis, and
        C.M. Beath (Eds.), Proceedings of the Twelfth International Conference on
        Information Systems, December 16-18, 1991, New York, NY, pp. 177-186.

    42. Ryan, T., and Bock, D.B. (1991) Evaluating CASE tools from a socio-
        technical systems viewpoint. In E.A. Tunc and J.N.D. Gupta (Eds.),
       Proceedings of the Twenty-Second Annual Meeting of the Midwest Decision
       Sciences Institute, May 1-3, 1991, Indianapolis, IN, pp. 78-80.

    43. Klepper, R., and Ryan, T. (1991) Dynamic theories of end-user computing:
        An assessment and critique. In J.F. Nunamaker, Jr. (Ed.), Proceedings of the
       Twenty-Fourth Annual Hawaii International Conference on Systems
       Sciences, Volume 3, January 8-11, 1991, Koloa, HI, pp. 163-171.

    44. Ryan, T., and Bock, D.B. (1991) Measurement of work system flexibility as
        an outcome variable for studies of emerging technologies in MIS research. In
        J.F. Nunamaker, Jr. and R.H. Sprague Jr. (Eds.), Proceedings of the Twenty-
        Fourth Annual Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences,
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       Volume 4, January 8-11, 1991, Koloa, Hawaii, pp. 493-500.


Book Contributions (refereed)
    1. Thoms, B., Garrett, N., Ryan, T. (2009) Enhancing scholarly conversation
       through an online learning community. Advances in Cognitive Informatics
       and Natural Intelligence book series: ICTs for Modern Educational and
       Instructional Advancement: New Approaches to Teaching.
    2. Raman, M., Ryan, T., Olfman, L., and Jennex, M. (2007). Emergency
       preparedness and information systems—A case study using wiki technology.
       In Jennex, M. (Ed.), Knowledge Management: Concepts, Methodologies,
       Tools and Applications.
    3. Huerta, E., Navarrete, C., and Ryan, T. (2004) GIS and decision making in
       business: A literature review, in GIS in Business, Pick, J. (Ed.), Hershey, PA:
       Idea Group.

    4. Ryan, T., and Schönert, S. (2004) M-government: Status quo and
       perspectives, in Information Systems: Exploring Applications in Business
       and Government, Hunter, M.G. and Dhanda, K. (Eds.), Las Vegas, NV:
       Information Institute.

    5. Huerta, E., Ryan, T., and Igbaria, M. (2003) A comprehensive Web-based
       learning framework: Toward theoretical diversity, in Web-Based Education:
       Learning from Experience, Aggarwal, A. (Ed.), Idea Group Inc.

Other Publications (not refereed)
    Zwieg, P., Kaiser, K. M., Beath, C., Bullen, C., Gallagher, K., Goles, T.,
    Howland, J., Simon, J. Abbott, P., Abraham, T., Carmel, E., Evaristo, R., Hawk,
    S., Lacity, M., Gallivan, M., Kelly, S., Mooney, J., Ranganathan, C., Rottman, J.,
    Ryan, T., Wion, R. (2006) The information technology workforce: Trends and
    implications 2005-2008. White paper, Society for Information Management.

    Ryan, T. (1989) Assessing MIS User Satisfaction Measures, doctoral
    dissertation, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.

    Jenkins, A.M., Ryan, T., Bordoloi, B. (1985) A survey and analysis of current
    software generator products, Discussion paper #285, Division of Research,
    School of Business, Indiana University, May 1985, Bloomington, IN.
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Work with Doctoral Students
(All from Information Systems & Technology, unless otherwise noted)

Dissertation Committee Chair:
     Jesus Canelon (completed, 2011)

     Mete Cetiner (completed, 2008)

     Ned Daylami (completed, 2004)

     Evren Eryilmaz (completed, 2011)

     Nathan Garrett (completed, 2009)

     Sorin Gudea (completed, 2005)

     Randy Guthrie (completed, 2008)

     Esperanza Huerta (completed, 2003)

     Ugur Kaplancali (completed, 2008)

     Rosemary Kim (completed, 2010)

     Bob MacLean (completed, 2004)

     Peter Ractham (completed, 2008)

     Murali Raman (completed, 2005)

     Tammy Roust (completed, 2008)

     John Stager (completed, 2008)

     Brian Thoms (completed, 2009)

     Paul Witman (completed, 2007)

Dissertation Committee Member:
     Kamla Al-Busaidi (completed, 2006)

     Nimer Alrushiedat (completed, 2011)

     David Bourgeois (completed, 2006)

     William Bryant (completed, 2008)

     Jongbok ‘Jake’ Byun (completed, 2004)

     Danuvasin ‘Sat’ Charoen (completed, 2006)
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     Charlie Chen (completed, 2003)

     Jun Cho (completed, 2008)

     Tony Coulson (completed, 2002)

     Marlene Davidson (completed, 2003)

     Ahmed Elmorshidy (completed, 2004)

     Lior Fink (from Tel Aviv University, completed, 2005)

     John Harrell (completed, 2006)

     Taimur Hassan (completed, 2008)

     Brian Hilton (completed, 2003)

     Wonjin Jung (completed, 2005)

     Sumonta Kasemvilas (accepted proposal)

     Kathy Kelly (from CGU, Management, completed, 2003)

     Michael Leih (completed, 2009)

     Shih-Chen ‘Viva’ Liu (completed, 2003)

     Trudi Miller (completed, 2008)

     Proadpran Pitsatorn (completed, 2003)

     Ruben Quinonez (completed, 2002)

     Juan Manuel Gomez Reynoso (completed, 2005)

     Al Sargent (completed, 2007)

     Peter Suk (accepted proposal)

     Ricardo Teitelroit (completed, 2003)

     Bengisu Tulu (completed, 2006)

     Marie Tumolo (from CGU, Management, completed, 2004)

     Barbara Usher (completed, 2010)

     Sonya Zhang (completed, 2007)
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Courses Taught
     Computer Applications for Business

     Database Management

     Large-Scale Software Development

     Management Information Systems

     Object-Oriented Programming

     Software Development/Object-Oriented Systems Analysis and Design

     Principles of IS Research

     Research Methods

     Structured Programming

     Structured Systems Analysis and Design

     Web Development

Professional Service
     Editorial board, Information & Management, 2002-2008

     Editorial board, International Journal of Electronic Marketing and Retailing,
     2005-present

     Editorial board, International Journal of Web-based Learning and Teaching
     Technology, 2004-present
     Reviewer, various journals, conferences, and scholarly books, 1987-present

     Co-chair (program), ACM SIGMIS-CPR Conference, 2006

     Program committee, IRMA Conference, 2004, 2005, 2006

     Program committee, HCI/MIS Pre-ICIS Workshop, 2002

     Program committee, Midwest Decision Sciences Institute Conference, 1996

     Chair, Innovative Education/Curriculum Issues track, Midwest Decision
     Sciences Institute Conference, 1995

     Chair, doctoral student consortium session, Midwest Decision Sciences Institute
     Conference, 1995
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     Database consultant for Mt. Athos Project (Claremont Information and
     Technology Institute): Applying database technology to the preservation of
     ancient manuscripts, 2002-2003

     System development consultant for Guidestar Project (Claremont Information
     and Technology Institute): Using intelligent transportation systems to better
     serve diverse populations, 2003-present

Professional Organization Membership
     Agile Alliance

     Association for Computing Machinery

     Association for Information Systems

     IEEE / Computer Society

University Service
Claremont Graduate University
     Member, Appointment, Promotion, and Tenure Committee, 2012-present

     Member, Academic Computing Committee, 2008-present

     Member, Faculty Executive Committee, Fall 2004 (as replacement); 2008-
     present

     Member, Disaster Preparedness Committee, 2004-present

     Member, Nominations and Elections Committee, 2007-2009

     Member, IT Committee (of CGU Board), 2009-2010


Indiana University South Bend
     Chair, Personnel Committee, University

     Member, Information Technology Committee, University

     Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee, School of Business

     Member, various committees, Decision Sciences Department
Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville
     Member, Information Technology Committee, School of Business

     Member, various committees, MIS Department
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Honors
     Inducted into to Indiana University’s Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in
     Teaching (www.iusb.edu/~facet), 1998.

Grant Proposals
     Funded

     Proposal to CGU Transdisciplinary Program to fund a project to develop an
     online conversational environment for CGU transdisciplinary courses.

     Proposal to Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (Canada) to study
     of the “Impact of the World Wide Web/Internet Digital Environment on the
     Organization-Client Interface,” with Lorne Olfman (CGU) and Richard Field
     (University of Alberta).

     Submitted, but not funded:

     Proposal to the National Endowment for the Humanities to develop a
     “Humanities Data and Dialogue Learning Environment,” with Tammy
     Schneider (CGU)

     Proposal to the Keck Foundation to fund a “Center for Applied Informatics,”
     with the CGU SISAT Faculty.

     Proposal to the IBM Endowment for the Business of Government to study of
     “Key Issues for State Government Chief Information Officers.”

     Proposal to the National Science Foundation to fund “A Program of Research to
     Create and Refine an Intelligent Online Discussion Board,” with Lorne Olfman
     (CGU), Craig Pearce (CGU), and Ronald Riggio (Claremont McKenna College).

     Proposal to the National Science Foundation to fund a “Collaborative Center for
     Extreme Learning” with the CGU SISAT Faculty and others.

Leadership
     Founding co-director, with Lorne Olfman, of the Social Learning Software
     Laboratory, [SL]2. Using a combination of action research and design research
     methods, more than 12 student research associates of [SL]2 are actively engaged
     in projects that employ social software—such as blogs, discussion tools, and
     wikis—to foster learning through online conversation and collaboration. One
     example project is the Claremont Conversation Online (http://conversation.cgu.edu).


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