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.
|Bresnihan, Nina||Technology and Learning, Computational Thinking, CS Education.|
|Keaney, Aideen||User perceptions of social networking sites. Trust and privacy as they relate to technology. Online identity theft|
|Leahy, Denise||Information Systems, business intelligence, executive information systems, digital literacy, accessibility, life long learning|
|Millwood, Richard||technology enhanced learning, computational thinking, online learning|
|Roberts, Paula||Applied Information Systems; Educational Technology|
|Savage, Tim||IT in Education; Online and Blended Learning Environments (inc. Multi User Virtual Environments), Adult and Community Education and ICTs|
|Tangney, Brendan||Technology Enhanced Learning; 21st Century Teaching & Learning; Educational Innovation;|
|Wilson, Diana||Critical 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.