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					                         Steven Hornik, CPA, PhD.
                                       Vita
                            University of Central Florida
                   Department of Management Information Systems
                                 Orlando, FL 32816
                                Work: 407-823-4863
                                Home: 321-235-5030
                                 Cell: 407-758-4656
                           E-mail: shornik@bus.ucf.edu



Education

Florida International University   May 1999 Miami, Florida
                                   Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration
                                   (Accounting), Dissertation Topic: Determinant of
                                   confidence of and their effect on epistemic
                                   judgments: Implications for auditor calibration bias.


University of Miami                December 1982, B.B.A.
                                   Coral Gables, Florida
                                   Accounting and MIS major


Experience

University of Central Florida      August 2001 – Present
                                   Assistant Professor Orlando, Florida


Xavier University                  August 1997 - June 2001
                                   Assistant Professor Cincinnati, Ohio

University of Maryland             August 1996 – Spring 1997
                                   Visiting Professor   College Park, Maryland



Academic Grants and Honors
Grants Received:            2004 Summer Research Grant (College of Business, UCF)
                            2005 Summer Research Grant (College of Business, UCF)


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Fellowships:                 2005 UCF Fellow of the Academy for Teaching, Learning -
                             and Leadership


                                    Research
Research Interests
1. The mediating effects of technology on learning (TML) training, and communication
   (CMC)
2. Psychological and Sociological Impacts and Perceptions regarding Computing
   Technology
3. Decision making impacts of using technology

Journal Publications

1) Steven Hornik and Anna Tupchiy. “Culture’s impact on technology mediated
   learning: The role of Horizontal and Vertical Individualism and Collectivism”,
   Journal of Global Information Management, forthcoming

2) Steven Hornik, Henry H. G. Chen, Gary Klein, James J. Jiang. "Communication
   Skills of IS Providers: An Expectation Gap Analysis From Three Stakeholder
   Perspectives", IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, 46(1) March 2003

3) Julie Cage and Steven Hornik. "Faculty Development and Educational Technology"
   T.H.E. Journal, (http://www.thejournal.com/magazine/vault/A3695.cfm) October
   2001.

4) Steven Hornik and Bernadette Ruf. "Expert Systems Usage and Knowledge
   Acquisition: An Empirical Assessment of Analogical Reasoning in the Evaluation of
   Internal Controls," Journal of Information Systems, Fall 1997.

5) Steven Hornik and George M. Marakas. "Passive Resistance Misuse: Overt Support
   and Covert Recalcitrance in IS Implementation," European Journal of Information
   Systems, May 1996.

Under Review

1) Richard Johnson and Steven Hornik. "Creating Successful Virtual Learning
   Environments: The Role of Social Presence, Technology, and Personality", (Under
   2nd Review at MIS Quarterly).

2) Steven Hornik, Carol Saunders, Patsy Moskal, and Chuck Dzuiban. “The Impact of
   Level of Paradigm Development on Performance in Technology-Mediated Learning
   Environments”, (Revise and Resubmit, IEEE Transactions on Education).

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3) Steven Hornik, Richard D. Johnson and Yu Wu. “When technology does not support
   learning: The negative consequences of dissonance of individual epistemic beliefs in
   technology mediated learning:” (Revise and Resubmit at Journal of Organizational
   End-User Computing).

4) J.B. Arbaugh and Steven Hornik. "Does What Works in the Classroom also Work
   Online? A test and extension of Chickering and Gamson's (1987) Seven Principles of
   Good Practice in Education", (Revise and Resubmit at Business Communication
   Quarterly).

Accepted Book Chapters (peer reviewed)

1) Julie Cagle and Steven Hornik. "Teaching with Technology: Infrastructure Support
   and Online Discussions", Integrating Technology in Higher Education, Book
   Chapter. 2004

WORKING PAPERS

1) Richard Johnson and Steven Hornik. "Asynchronous Technology Mediated Learning:
   Extension and empirical examination of the TML Framework" (in manuscript
   preparation, targeted for submission to Personnel Psychology).

2) Steven Hornik and George Marakas "Determinant of confidence of and their effect on
   epistemic Judgements: Implications for auditor calibration bias". (in manuscript
   preparation, targeted for submission to Journal of Information Systems).

3) Richard Johnson, Natalia Falaleeva, and Steven Hornik. “Beliefs and Attributions
   toward Computing Technology: Investigating the Role of Core Psychological Traits”
   (in manuscript preparation, targeted for Journal of Organizational and End User
   Computing).

4) Steven Hornik, Craig Van Slyke, and Yuzhu Li. “The Impact of Student Ethnicity on
   Performance in Technology-Mediated Learning Environments” (in data analysis,
   targeted for Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education”.

5) Richard Johnson, Steven Hornik and Kelly McNamara Hilmer. “Interacting with
   Simulated Peers: Does a Sim-Peer Enhance Computer Based Training” (in
   development).

6) Ben Arbaugh, Peter Shea, Chuck Dzuiban, and Steven Hornik. “A multi-institutional
   study of predictors of online learning outcomes” (in instrument development).

7) Steven Hornik and Robert Szmanski. "The impact of differing groups sizes on social
   networks, sense of community and performance in a large Technology Mediated
   Learning Environment".




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8) Steven Hornik, Carol Saunders and Richard Johnson. "The Emergence of Social
   Structures associated with Technology Mediated Learning".


9) Steven Hornik and Julie Cagle "Student Perceptions of using Classroom Technology
   Support on Student Role Changes vs. Instructor Role Changes".

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

1) Steven Hornik, Linda I. Rosa-Lugo, Laura Blasi, Carroll Blue and Karen Cooper.
   “UCF Teaching Academy Fellows: Partnerships for Transforming & Innovating
   Education” 16th International Conference on College Teaching and Learning.
   Jacksonville, FL. April 1 st, 2005

2) Steven Hornik and Anna Tupchiy, “Culture’s impact on technology mediated
   learning: The role of Horizontal and Vertical Individualism and Collectivism.” 12th
   Annual Cross-Cultural Meeting in Research in Information Systems (CCRIS).
   Washington D.C. December 12th, 2004.

3) Carol Saunders and Steven Hornik, "The Impact of Level of Paradigm Development
   on Performance in Distributed Learning Environments." Administrative Sciences
   Association of Canada Conference, Quebec City, Canada. June 5 – 8, 2004

4) Steven Hornik and Anna Tupchiy, “Individualism and collectivism: Culture's impact
   on technology mediated learning.” Cultural Attitudes Toward Technology and
   Communication Conference, Karlstad, Sweden. June 27 – July 1, 2004.

5) Anna Tupchiy and Steven Hornik, "Toward an Explanation of an Individuals' Culture
   on Learning Outcomes in a Distance Education Environment", at the Seventh Annual
   Conference of the Southern Association for Information Systems, Savannah, GA.
   February 27-28, 2004

6) Robert J. Szymanski, Cynthia Gundy and Steven Hornik, "Implications of Social
   Presence in Very Large Asynchronous Learning Environments" at the 9th Annual
   Sloan-C International Conference on Asynchronous Learning Networks (ALN),
   Orlando, FL. November 13-16, 2003.

7) Houn-Gee Chen,Steven Hornik, James J. Jiang, and Eldon Y. Li, "A Gap Analysis of
   Communication Skills in IS Providers" at the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Western
   Decision Sciences Institute, Island of Kauai, Hawaii April 15th - 20th, 2003.

8) Steven Hornik, "The Challenges of Distance Education for MIS researchers", 33rd
   Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, Innovative Education Track, San
   Diego, 2002.

9) J. B. Arbaugh and Steven Hornik, "Predictors of Perceived Learning and Satisfaction
   in Web-based MBA Courses: A Test and Extension of Chickering and Gamson's


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   (1987) Seven Principles of Good Practice in Education", 33rd Annual Meeting of the
   Decision Sciences Institute, Innovative Education Track, San Diego, 2002.

10) Steven Hornik, Elaine Crable and Jim Brodzinski “A Comparison of Student
    Performance and Preference in a Traditional vs. an On-Line MBA Course,” 32nd
    Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, Innovative Education Track, San
    Francisco, 2001.

11) Julie Cagle and Steven Hornik "Using the Internet to Teach: Lessons Learned from
    Two Experiences in a Small Liberal Arts University," Stop Surfing Start Teaching:
    Teaching and Learning Through the Internet 2000 National Conference, Charleston,
    SC, 2000.

12) Hornik, Steven "Implications of the Electronic One Minute Paper." ED-Media
    Conference sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in
    Education, Seattle WA, 1999

13) Martin Santana, Steven Hornik and George M. Marakas. "An Analysis of Knowledge
    Requirements for Building Expert Database Systems," Decision Sciences Institute,
    Boston, MA, 1995.

14) Steven Hornik and Bernadette Ruf. "Decision Aids and Decision Outcome
    Confidence: Implications of the Overconfidence Bias," AAA Southeast Conference
    IS/MAS section, Miami, FL, 1995.


                                   TEACHING
Student Evaluations (1 – 5 point scale)

Course                   Instructor Evaluations Department Average College Average
Fall 2001, ISM 4113                3.35
Fall 2001, ISM 4113                3.95
Spring 2002, ISM 4113              4.39
Spring 2002, ISM 6121              3.83
Fall 2002, ISM4113                 2.75
Fall 2002, ISM 4113                3.91
Spring 2003, ISM 4113              4.29                   3.93               3.96
Spring 2003, ISM 4113              4.00                   3.93               3.96
Fall 2003, ISM 4113                4.17                   3.97               3.85
Fall 2003, ISM 4113                3.18                   3.97               3.85
Spring 2004, ISM 4113              3.53                   3.91               4.09
Spring 2004, ISM 6121              3.35                   3.95               3.82
Fall 2004, ISM 4113                3.79                   4.06               3.83
Fall 2004, ISM 4300                4.11                   4.06               3.83
       Spring 2005 - Fellow of the Academy for Teaching, Learning and Leadership
       Average:                    3.76                   3.97               3.90



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Teaching Interests

   A.   Systems Analysis and Design
   B.   Management of Technology
   C.   Information Systems Survey Course
   D.   Database
   E.   Decision Support Systems

Courses Taught

Doctoral Level
1. Behavioral MIS Research Seminar (guest lecture)

Master’s Level
2. Advanced Systems Analysis & Design
3. Information System Strategy
4. Financial Statement Analysis

Undergraduate Level
1. Systems Analysis & Design
2. Introduction to Management Information Systems
3. Technology Management
4. Database
5. Accounting Information Systems

Supervision of Student Research
Undergraduate Honors Theses
6. Anna Tupchiy, University of Central Florida, 2004 (see journal publication #1
   above)

Service and Other activities
Department, College, and University Service

University of Central Florida
     College of Business Technology Advisory Committee, 2002-present
     College of Business Undergraduate Review Committee, 2001-2003
     Management Information Systems Instructor Search Committee , 2001-2002
     Management Information Systems Faculty Search Committee, 2002-2003

Professional Activities and Affiliations

Exhibits C0-Chair - AMCIS 2003

Ad-Hoc Reviewer:
     Journals: MIS Quarterly, CAIS, Information Systems Research, Journal of Organizational End-user
            Computing, Journal of Global Information Management



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       Conferences: International Conference on Information Systems, Americas Conference on
            Information, Systems, The Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, Decision
            Sciences Annual Meeting, Southern AIS.
Member:
    Association for Information Systems
    Decision Sciences Institute
    American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Accreditations:                  C.P.A. – 1983

References:

Dr. Paul Cheney
Department of MIS
PO Box 161400
University of Central Florida
Orlando, Florida 32816-1400
pcheney@bus.ucf.edu
407-823-3106

Dr. Carol Saunders
Department of MIS
PO Box 161400
University of Central Florida
Orlando, Florida 32816-1400
csaunders@bus.ucf.edu
407-823-6392

Dr. Charles D. Dzuiban
Research Initiative for Teaching Effectiveness
PO Box 162810-2810
University of Central Florida
Orlando, Florida 32816
Dziuban@mail.ucf.edu
407-823-5478




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