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Information Systems Discipline - Overview

Information Systems Discipline

Head of Discipline: Professor Brendan Tangney

The Information Systems Discipline is comprised of one formal research group the Centre for Research in IT in Education (CRITE) and a group of other researchers working in a number of sub-disciplines of information systems. Other research interests include electronic government, social networking, digital literacy, accessibility,conceptual modeling, critical social theory in ICT, gender issues in ICT and on-line privacy and trust.

Faculty members

Research Interests Publications
Bresnihan, NinaTechnology and Learning, Computational Thinking, CS Education.
Keaney, AideenUser perceptions of social networking sites. Trust and privacy as they relate to technology. Online identity theft
Millwood, Richardtechnology enhanced learning, computational thinking, online learning
Roberts, PaulaApplied Information Systems; Educational Technology
Savage, TimIT in Education; Online and Blended Learning Environments (inc. Multi User Virtual Environments), Adult and Community Education and ICTs
Tangney, BrendanTechnology Enhanced Learning; 21st Century Teaching & Learning; Educational Innovation;
Wilson, DianaCritical Theory in ICT; Future planning paradigms in Information Systems; Historicism and Technology

A full list of all members of the discipline can be found here.

Last updated 11 April 2016 by