Publications

Research Publications and Presentations

Department: Building Construction Management

Douglas Keith

Publications

  1. Co-author of BCM 385 course / lab manual, 1999.

Presentations

  1. March, 2008. Application usage of GPS w/ CORS stations. Tianjin University, Tianjin, China.
  2. March, 2008. Application usage of GPS w/ CORS stations. Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China.
  3. May, 2008. Earthmoving techniques to improve production. Tianjin University, Tianjin, China.
  4. May, 2008. Earthmoving techniques to improve production. Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China.
Randy Rapp

Proceedings of the 10th International Conference of the International Institute for Infrastructure Resilience and Reconstruction: Collaboration for Effective Disaster Mitigation and Response. Co-editor. (ISBN 978-1-62671-10153). Purdue Scholarly Publishing Services, May 2014.

Mentoring Key Project Managers for Executive Management, invited presentation to US and international professionals of Restoration Industry Association at the annual conference, April 2014.

Construction Site Planning and Logistical Operations: Site-Focused Management for Builders. Co-editor with Bradley Benhart. (ISBN 978-1-55753-646-4). Purdue University Press, 2015.

Leadership Success within Disaster Restoration Projects. In Journal of Emergency Management 12(1), 75-81. Lead author with Bassam Baroudi, University of South Australia (City East).

Stakeholder Management in Disaster Restoration Projects. Accepted for publication in International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment. Co-author with Bassam Baroudi, University of South Australia (City East).

Disaster Recovery Project Management Lessons Learned Under Military Contract: Hurricanes Katrina and Wilma. To 9th conference of the International Institute for Infrastructure Renewal and Reconstruction, Brisbane, Australia, 2013. Lead author with Bassam Baroudi, University of South Australia (City East).

What Makes A Leader? Article excerpted with permission from ICCREM by Cleaning & Restoration magazine of the Restoration Industry Association. January 2013: 50(1). Lead author with Bassam Baroudi, University of South Australia (City East).

Disaster Restoration Projects: A Conceptual Project Management Perspective. Paper published by 6th International Conference and Workshop on the Built Environment in Developing Countries (ICBEDC), Adelaide, South Australia, December 2012. Co-author with Bassam Baroudi, University of South Australia (City East). Rated in the top nine of more than 85 papers.

Traits and Core Values Most Demanded for Disaster Restoration Project Leadership Success. Paper presented to International Conference on Construction and Real Estate Management, Kansas City, 2012. Lead author with Bassam Baroudi, University of South Australia (City East).

Construction Due Diligence in Different Project Delivery Systems. Co-authored paper presented by lead author Jing Pan to International Conference on Construction and Real Estate Management, Kansas City, October 2012. Co-authors included Robert F. Cox.

Panic Rooms and Restoration of Damaged Housing.
In A. T. Carswell, Encyclopedia of Housing (2nd ed., ISBN 978-1-41298-957-2). Sage Publications, 2012.

Recovery Planning for Critical Pandemic-Associated Built Infrastructure. In J. E. Dietz and D. Black (Eds.), Pandemic Planning (pp. 259-283, ISBN 978-1-43985-765-6). CRC Press, 2012.

Disaster Recovery Project Management: Bringing Order from Chaos (ISBN 978-1-55753-588-7). Published in July 2011 by Purdue University Press.

Restorative Drying Improves Building Resilience. Paper presented to the 7th conference of the International Institute for Infrastructure Renewal and Reconstruction, Sri Lanka, 2011. Lead author with Bassam Baroudi, University of South Australia (City East).

A Project Management Approach to Disaster Response and Reconstruction Operations. Paper for the Australasian Universities Building Education Association (AUBEA), April 2011. Co-author with Bassam Baroudi, University of South Australia (City East).

Disaster Recovery Project Controls. Invited presentation to Indiana Hoosier section of AACE-International, March 2011.

Construction Inspection of Public Works. Two-day professional seminar for University of Washington TRANSPEED, delivered six times, 2005-2010.

Disaster Restoration Professional Body of Knowledge. In International Journal of Construction Education and Research, vol. 6, no. 3, July 2010, pp. 202-218. Jing Pan, co-author.

Project Controls for Disaster Restoration and Reconstruction and Planning for Post-Disaster Project Controls. Panel discussions at AACE International Annual Meeting, Atlanta, June 30, 2010.  (Ranked #1 of 89 sessions for attendee responses to “Would you attend a presentation by this speaker again?”) Co-creator and panel member with E. E. (Ted) Douglas.

Project Controls for Disaster Recovery. Peer-reviewed paper for disaster recovery panel discussions, Transactions of the 54th Annual Meeting of AACE International, at Atlanta, June 2010. Ted Douglas, co-author.

Some Observations and Lessons Learned; Katrina, Wilma, and Iraq. Paper presented by Prof. Bryan Hubbard to the International Council for Building (CIB), The Lowry, Salford Quays, United Kingdom, May 2010. Professors Jeffrey Lew and Bryan Hubbard, co-authors.

Complex Urgency: Recovering from Katrina and Wilma. Technical article, blind peer-reviewed in Cost Engineering journal (AACE-I), December 2009.

Hurricanes and Oil: Adventures in Paradise?  Invited by Military Officer Association of America (MOAA), Lafayette Chapter, to present information about experiences with hurricane and oil infrastructure recovery at their monthly meeting, December 2009.

Disaster and Reconstruction--Experiences with Hurricanes and the Iraqi Oil Program. Invited by Wabash Area Lifetime Learning Association (WALLA) for upcoming Infrastructure Series presentation during November 2009.

Developing and Maintaining Trust between Contractual Parties for Disaster Restoration and Reconstruction. Presented to the International Conference on Construction and Real Estate Management (ICCREM), Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing, November 2009.

Results from Survey of Membership for Certified Restorer Body of Knowledge. Invited presentation and handout to deliver results of partnership research with doctoral student, Jing Pan, to Restoration Industry Association Fall Conference, St. Louis, October 2009.

Disaster Restoration and Reconstruction Management Moves Ahead at Purdue. Co-author with Dr. Robert Cox in Restoration & Remediation industry magazine, September-October 2009.

Disaster Restoration and Reconstruction at Purdue: An Initiative to Enhance Professionalism and Deliver a Sustainable Competitive Advantage. Presentation invited by the National Disaster Reconstruction Conference, New Orleans, June 2009.

Some Lessons Learned: Katrina, Wilma, and Iraq. Presentation invited by Connections Conference, Clearwater, Florida, May 2009.

Master of Science Degree Program in Portfolio and Program Management. Peer-reviewed paper and presentation to the 45th Annual Conference of the Associated Schools of Construction at University of Florida, April 2009.

Disaster Restoration and Reconstruction Management: On the Gulf Coast, in Iraq, and at Purdue. Presentation invited by the St. Louis section of AACE International, March 2009.

Disaster Restoration and Reconstruction Management at Purdue: A New Concentration for the Building Construction Management Degree. With Dr. Robert Cox, presentation invited by the Restoration Industry Association Fall Conference, November 2008.

Complex Urgency: Recovering from Katrina and Wilma. Peer-reviewed paper and presentation, Transactions of the 52nd Annual Meeting of AACE International, at Toronto, Canada, July 2008.

Recommended Practice (RP) 15R-81, Profitability Methods. Explains the most common methods by which industry forecasts profitability, July 2008.

Enhancing Professionalism in Construction Project Controls. Peer-reviewed paper and presentation, International Proceedings of the 44th Annual Conference of the Associated Schools of Construction, at Auburn University, April 2008.

Construction Inspection of Public Works Projects. University of Washington, TRANSPEED, May 2005; March May, and October 2008; May 2009; May 2010.

Estimating and Bidding: Costing and Pricing the Work. Revision of Chapter 16 in Financial Management and Accounting for the Construction Industry, Matthew Bender and Co., February 2008.

The Utility of a Civil Engineering Education. Keynote address for Scholarship Dinner, SE Wisconsin Branch, ASCE, January 2008.

Portfolio and Program Management. Professional Practice Guide (PPG) #14 editor, for AACE International, October 2007.

Certification and Technical Initiatives of AACE International. Presentation invited by the Chicago Section of AACE International, September 2007.

Introduction to Engineering Construction Inspection (ISBN 0-471-20167-7). Co-author with Edward Fisk, published in 2004 by John Wiley & Sons.

Construction Management at Milwaukee School of Engineering. Presentation invited by Chicago CMAA, April 2004.

Public Works Construction Project Management. Two-day professional seminar for University of Washington TRANSPEED, delivered twice, 2004-05.

Grooming Project Managers for Company Leadership. Executive management improvement peer-reviewed technical paper in Cost Engineering journal (AACE-I), May 2004.

Construction Cost Engineering. Two-day seminar delivered to professionals seeking more knowledge of construction cost engineering from ASCE, April and October 2004.

Business and Program Planning. Professional Practice Guide (PPG) #14 editor, for AACE-I, November 2002.

Comparison of Project Manager and Top Manager Perceptions of Emerging Executive Knowledge Required in Construction Firms. Disquisition (dissertation) defended in partial fulfillment of requirements for the degree of Doctor of Management, Webster University, August 2002.

Easy(?) Decision-making. Overview of techniques and concerns by which to improve decision-making at the construction project level. Article in Cost Engineering journal (AACE-I), August 2002.

Foundations for Enhancing Competency in Cost Engineering. Two-day and four-day seminars delivered to professionals seeking more knowledge of cost engineering, with view to taking the AACE-I certification examination for cost engineers, eight times, 2002-05.

Evolution, Not Revolution. Analysis of Nashville District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, conversion of project offices from functional to area wide, market driven structure. Published as refereed paper in Journal of Management in Engineering, ASCE, July 2001.

Business Strategy: Ideas for Construction Masters Degrees. Adaptation of strategic perspectives construction master’s degree program curricula to allow instruction to transcend the baccalaureate project management focus. Published in Journal of Leadership and Management in Engineering, ASCE, April 2001. Orally presented to faculty attending Associated Schools of Construction regional meeting, November 2000.

Interest Rates, the Dow Jones Industrial Average, and Net Income: Their Effect on Financing Large Construction Firms. A research project and paper submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Management degree, May 1997.

Labor Foremen Preparedness Half-Day Seminars: Construction Contracts and Contract Drawings. Delivered under auspices of SIUE Labor and Management Programs Office, each February 1996-2000.

Maintenance Management Concepts in Construction Equipment Curricula. Lead author, published in Journal of Construction Education, Vol. II, No. 2 (Summer 1998) and orally presented at annual meeting of the Associated Schools of Construction, April 1997.

Pricing Competitively Bid Construction Projects. Featured Article (peer reviewed) in Cost Engineering journal (AACE I), November 1997.

Examination of the Program Curriculum of the Department of Construction in the School of Engineering at Southern Illinois University—Edwardsville. A research proposal submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Management degree, October 1997.

Construction Program of Nashville District, Army Corps of Engineers. Presentation to Southeast Regional Meeting of Associated General Contractors, February 1993.

Construction in Turkey: the NATO Petroleum Pipeline System. Presentation to the Nashville Post of the Society of American Military Engineers, January 1993.

Construction Program of Nashville District, Army Corps of Engineers. Presentation to the Huntsville, AL, Post of the Society of American Military Engineers, November 1992.

Recommended Enhancements of the NATO Infrastructure Program in Turkey. Presentation to the NATO Infrastructure Conference, Izmir, Turkey, April 1992.

Congressional Record (various passages relating to optimization of equipment system integration). Also prepared narratives and compilations about equipment systems for Army general officer briefings to students of the Army War College and members of the Tampa Bay Chapter of the Association of the U.S. Army, 1987.

Engineer Officer Advanced Course: Making the Army's Best Better! (enhancements of post baccalaureate managerial and technical instruction for Army Engineer captains).
Explosives Logistics and Graded Filter Drainage (professional development problems) for Engineer Magazine, 1985 87.

Team Leader Handbook (a 20 page guide for newly assigned Army Engineer School Team Leaders about what they should be, know, and do to be effective in their teaching/coaching duties). Also served as an Army Engineer School faculty reviewer for these Army Field Manuals:
• FM 5 335, Drainage, 1985
• FM 5 541, Military Soils Engineering, 1986
• FM 5 742, Concrete and Masonry, 1985

Design and Construction with Geotextiles. Literature review project in partial fulfillment of requirements for M.S.C.E., as a graduate student, University of Missouri  Rolla, 1983.
 

Mark Shaurette

Full articles in refereed journals:    

  1. Shaurette, M. (2011). Safety and Health Education for Demolition and Reconstruction. Institution of Civil Engineers Journal Management Procurement and Law, 162(MP3). 10 pages, doi: 10.1680/mpal.9.00075 (nominated for 2011 ICE best paper award)
  2. Shaurette*, M. and Koch, D. (2009). WIP: Utilizing webcam technology to bring students into the field. The Technology Interface Journal, 9(2). (renamed Technology Interface International Journal). 15 pages

Full articles in reviewed journals:

  1. Shaurette, Mark. (2006). Demolition contractors’ perceptions of impediments to salvage and reuse of wood structural components. Journal of Green Building, 1(2), 145-163.
  2. Conference or symposium refereed proceedings:
  3. Scott*, L. and Shaurette*, M. (2012). Toward an Understanding of Research Fundamentals to Support Graduate Education in the Built Environment. CIB International Conference on Management of Construction: Research to Practice. Montreal, Canada. 12 pages
  4. Hutzel*, W.J., Loss, B. and Shaurette*, M. (2012). Competing in the 2011 Solar Decathlon. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2012 Annual Conference & Exposition, San Antonio, TX. 12 pages
  5. Cox, R.F., Huang*, Q., Shaurette, M., Wang, J. (2012). Intelligent Building Hazard Detection Using Wireless Sensor Network and Machine Learning Techniques. ASCE International Conference on Computing in Civil Engineering, Clearwater Beach, FL. 8 pages
  6. Chen*, Y. and Shaurette*, M. (2012). The Learning Cycle of an International Graduate Student in Construction Job Shadowing.  Associated Schools of Construction, International Proceedings of the 48th Annual Conference, Birmingham, UK. 8 pages
  7. Holt*, E.A., Kelting *, S. and Shaurette, M. (2012). Incorporating the Certified Green Professional (CGP) Designation into a University Residential Construction Management Specialization.  Associated Schools of Construction, International Proceedings of the 48th Annual Conference, Birmingham, UK. 7 pages
  8. Holt*, E.A., Loss*, B. and Shaurette, M. (2012). Students Involvement in the Solar Decathlon Competition: Giving Context to the Classroom Experience.  Associated Schools of Construction, International Proceedings of the 48th Annual Conference, Birmingham, UK. 7 pages
  9. Benhart*, B.L., and Shaurette*, M. (2012). Restructuring Purdue University’s Construction Management Curriculum Utilizing Graduate Competencies and American Council for Construction Education Standards.  Associated Schools of Construction, International Proceedings of the 48th Annual Conference, Birmingham, UK. 8 pages
  10. Shaurette*, M. (2012). Better Buildings Lafayette Indiana: The challenges to achieving energy market transformation under U.S. Department of Energy management. Proceedings of the Retrofit 2012 Conference. Salford, UK. 10 pages
  11. Huang*, Q., Li, X., Shaurette, M., Cox, R.F. (2011). A Novel Sensor Network Architecture for Intelligent Building Environment Monitoring and Management. Computing in Civil Engineering Proceedings of the 2011 ASCE International Workshop on Computing in Civil Engineering, Miami, FL. 8 pages, doi:10.1061/41182(416)1
  12. Hutzel*, W.J., Kilmer, W.H., Kilmer, R.L., Qian, Z.Y., Cory, C.A., Horton, T., Shaurette, M., and Hassan, R.P. (2011). Preparing for the 2011 Solar Decathlon. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2011 Annual Conference & Exposition, Vancouver, BC. 9 pages
  13. Shaurette*, M., and Orczyk*, J.J. (2011). Overcoming the Challenges of Distance Education Delivery of a Master of Science Degree in Construction Management. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2011 Annual Conference & Exposition, Vancouver, BC. 10 pages
  14. Benhart*, B.L., and Shaurette*, M. (2011). Establishing New Graduate Competencies:  Ensuring that Construction Management Curriculums are Delivering “Job-Ready” Employees.  Associated Schools of Construction, International Proceedings of the 47th Annual Conference, Omaha, NE. 7 pages
  15. Huang*, Q., Li, X., Shaurette, M., and Cox, R.F. (2011). A Novel Sensor Network Architecture for Intelligent Building Environment Monitoring and Management. Proceedings of the ASCE 2011 Workshop of Computing in Civil Engineering. Miami, Fl. 8 pages
  16. Huang*, Q., Lu, C., and Shaurette, M. (2010). Feasibility Study of Indoor Light Energy Harvesting for Intelligent Building Environment Management. Proceedings of the International High Performance Buildings Conference, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN. 6 pages
  17. Shaurette, M. (2010). Simulation Tools to Support Energy Efficient Retrofit of Small Commercial Buildings. Proceedings of the International Society for Computing in Civil and Building Engineering (ISCCBE) 2010, Nottingham, UK. 6 pages
  18. Shaurette, M. (2010). The Emergent Necessity for Demolition and Reconstruction Content in the Construction Technology Curriculum. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2010 Annual Conference & Exposition, Louisville, KY. 11 pages
  19. Lower*, J.A. and Shaurette, M. (2010). Students’ Knowledge of Instructors and its Impact on Student Motivation. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2010 Annual Conference & Exposition, Louisville, KY. 11 pages
  20. Lower*, J.A. and Shaurette, M. (2010). The Importance of Global Construction in a Graduate Construction Program.  Associated Schools of Construction, International Proceedings of the 46th Annual Conference, Boston, MA. 7 pages
  21. Shaurette, M. (2010). Faculty Internship in Demolition Management: Advancing and reinforcing construction management education.  Associated Schools of Construction, International Proceedings of the 46th Annual Conference, Boston, MA. 7 pages
  22. Shaurette, M. (2009). Using Action Research to Refine Demolition Curriculum for Construction Management Students.  Associated Schools of Construction, International Proceedings of the 45th Annual Conference, Gainesville, FL. 6 pages
  23. Shaurette, M. (2008). Implementation of Wireless Webcam Technology for Construction Management Field Trips. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2008 Annual Conference & Exposition, Pittsburgh, PA. 18 pages
  24. Shaurette, M. (2007). Assessment of Wireless Webcam Technology for Construction Management Field Trips. Associated Schools of Construction, International Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Conference, Flagstaff, AZ. 10 pages
  25. Behling*, K. and Shaurette*, M. (2007). Engaging Practitioners in the Development and Delivery of Demolition Courses. Associated Schools of Construction, International Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Conference, Flagstaff, AZ. 7 pages
  26. Behling*, K. and Shaurette*, M. (2006). Development of a Construction Management Specialization in Demolition and Reconstruction. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2006 Annual Conference & Exposition, Chicago, IL. 10 pages
  27. Shaurette*, M. and Behling, K. (2006). Introduction to Demolition and Reconstruction Management: The initial course offering of Purdue University’s most recent area of specialization. Associated Schools of Construction, International Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Conference. Fort Collins, CO. 7 pages

 

Invited publications and scholarly presentations

  1. Retrofit for the residential and social housing sector. (March, 2012). National Retrofits Conference 2012. Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin, Ireland.
  2. Energy Conservation First (November, 2009). Presentation at the Purdue Extension Professional Development Conference, Energy & Sustainability Session
  3. Peterson*, E., Shaurette*, M., and Clark, D. (2009). Demolition Dust: Hazards and control. C&D World, 2(3). 46-52. Presented by Edwin Peterson at a seminar for the Institute of Demolition Engineers on October 3, 2008 in London, England.
  4. Construction Equipment: Cost of Ownership & Rent vs. Buy Decisions (November, 2008). Presented at the Construction Advancement Foundation, a northwest Indiana association of union commercial, industrial, and civil contactors. All presentation evaluations rated quality above average or excellent.
  5. Assessment of Wireless Webcam Technology for Construction Management Field Trips. (April 2007). At the tenth annual Purdue Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT) Conference.
  6. Assessment of Web-Cam Technology on Teaching and Learning in Construction Management Education. (March 2006). At the ninth annual Purdue Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT) Conference.

Textbooks

  1. Diven, R.J. and Shaurette, M. (2010). Demolition: Practices, Technology, and Management. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press. ISBN: 978-1-55753-567-2 
  2. Shaurette, Mark. (2009). Wireless Webcam Field Trips: Construction students tour jobsites without leaving the classroom. Saarbrücken Germany: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller. ISBN-10: 3639110056

Workshops

  1. Net Zero Energy Homes – July 2012 short course for the Herrick Laboratory, High Performance Building Conference (3 hour building envelope session)

Department: Computer and Information Technology

Victor Barlow

Textbooks and Editorships of Journals/Proceedings

  1. Whitten, Jeffrey L., Bentley, Lonnie D., and Barlow, Victor M., (1994) Instructor’s Guide to Accompany Systems Analysis and Design Methods, 3rd edition Richard D. Irwin, Times Mirror Higher Education Group, Inc. (ISBN 0-256-09362-8)
  2. Whitten, Jeffrey L., Bentley, Lonnie D., and Barlow, Victor M., (1994) Projects and Cases to Accompany Systems Analysis and Design Methods, 3rd edition Richard D. Irwin, Times Mirror Higher Education Group, Inc. (ISBN 0-256-09361-X)
  3. Whitten, Jeffrey L., and Bentley, Lonnie D., and Barlow, Victor M., (1994) Systems Analysis and Design Methods, 3rd edition Richard D. Irwin Publishing. (ISBN 0-256-09360-1)
  4. Whitten, Jeffrey L., Bentley, Lonnie D., and Barlow, Victor M., (1989) Instructor’s Guide to Accompany Systems Analysis and Design Methods, 2nd edition Richard D. Irwin, Times Mirror Higher Education Group, Inc.
  5. Whitten, Jeffrey L., Bentley, Lonnie D., and Barlow, Victor M., (1989) Projects and Cases to Accompany Systems Analysis and Design Methods, 2nd edition Richard D. Irwin, Times Mirror Higher Education Group, Inc.
  6. Whitten, Jeffrey L., and Bentley, Lonnie D., and Barlow, Victor M., (1989) Systems Analysis and Design Methods, 2nd edition Richard D. Irwin, Times Mirror Higher Education Group, Inc.

Refereed Articles and Conference Papers/Presentations/Abstracts

  1. Barlow, Victor M. (January 2004). Computer Certification: Useful Curriculum Benchmark or Unnecessary Swindle?. Ronald Clute, The 2004 College Teaching and Learning Conference Orlando, FL: Western Academic Press.
  2. Barlow, Victor M. (October 2003). The Role of Personal Factors in Job Selection Among High-Tech College Graduates. Ronald Clute, The 2003 International Business & Economics Research Conference (IBER) Las Vegas, NV: Western Academic Press.
  3. Barlow, Victor M., Homkes, Rick, Payne, Michael J. (March 1999). Assessment in the Classroom. ASEE IL/IN Sectional Conference Dekalb, IL: Northern Illinois University.
  4. Barlow, Victor M. (April 1996). WWW Page Development and HTML as a Teaching Tool. Midwest Computer Conference Chicago, IL: University of Chicago.
  5. Barlow, Victor M. (May 1995). Creating World Wide Web Pages Using Microsoft Word. International Information Management Association Charlotte, NC: University of North Carolina - Charlotte.

Workshops

  1. Barlow, Victor M. (2011, October). UML Modeling Tools and Techniques. As part of the TECSUP study abroad program held at Purdue University, designed and delivered a two-day, four hour, mini-course on UML Modeling Tools and Techniques, containing both lecture and laboratory elements. This mini-course, a condensation and adaptation of CNIT 180 and CNIT 280, was delivered to TECSUP students and faculty and Purdue CIT students., West Lafayette, IN.
  2. Barlow, Victor M. (1992, April). Creating and Validating Process Models Using Excelerator. Information Systems Education Conference (ISECON), Chicago, IL.

Reviews

  1. Khan, Mohammed, (1987) Beginning Structured COBOL Merrill Publishing Company.
  2. Fowler, George, (1986) COBOL Programming: A Problem Oriented Approach Boyd & Fraser Publishing Company.
Lonnie Bentley

Textbooks and Editorships of Journals/Proceedings

  1. Whitten, Jeffrey L., and Lonnie D. Bentley, (2007) Systems analusis and design methods, 7th edition MHHE. (ISBN-13: 978-0-07-305233-5 ISBN-10: 0-07-305233-7)
  2. Whitten Jeffrey L., and Lonnie D. Bentley, (2007) Introduction to systems analysis and design MHHE. ((contracted - in production))
  3. Whitten*, Jeffrey L., Bentley*, Lonnie D., and Dittman, Kevin C., (2004) Systems analysis and design methods, 6th editionIrwin/McGraw-Hill, McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.. ((724 pages). Scheduled for general availability 6-27-03. ISBN 0072474173.)
  4. Whitten*, Jeffrey L. and Lonnie D. Bentley*, (2001) Instructor’s guide to accompany systems analysis and design methods, 5th editionIrwin/McGraw-Hill, McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.. (Available only via McGraw-Hill On-Line Learning Center.)
  5. Bentley, Lonnie D., (2001) Projects and cases to accompany systems analysis and design methods: Tool Crib System Irwin/McGraw-Hill, McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.. (Available only via McGraw-Hill On-Line Learning Center)
  6. Whitten*, Jeffrey L. and Lonnie D. Bentley*, (2001) Instructor’s resource CD-ROM to accompany systems analysis and design methods 5th edition Irwin/McGraw-Hill, McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc..
  7. Whitten*, Jeffrey L., Bentley*, Lonnie D., and Dittman, Kevin C., (2001) Systems analysis and design methods, 5th editionIrwin/McGraw-Hill, McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.. ((724 pages). The 5th edition has been translated into five languages and has adoptions in all 50 states. Over 700 universities adopted this textbook. Total unit sales reached 45,000 copies. ISBN 0-07-231539-3)
  8. Whitten*, Jeffrey L. and Lonnie D. Bentley*, (1998) Instructor’s resource CD-ROM to accompany systems analysis and design methods 4th edition Irwin/McGraw-Hill, McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. (ISBN#0-256-25713-2)
  9. Whitten*, J. L., Bentley*, L. D., and Dittman K. C., (1998) Systems analysis and design methods (4th ed.) Richard D. Irwin Publishing. ( ISBN # 0-256-19906-X (724 pages))
  10. Whitten*, J. L., Bentley*, L. D., and Dittman K. C., (1998) Instructors Edition: Systems analysis and design methods (4th ed.) Richard D. Irwin Publishing. (This book is an instructor’s version of the main textbook and includes 89 pages of supplemental material. ISBN # 0-256-23826-X)
  11. Whitten*, J. L., and Bentley*, L. D., and Barlow*, V. M., (1994) Projects and cases to accompany systems analysis and design methods (3rd ed.) Richard D. Irwin Publishing. (ISBN # 0-256-09361-X (138 pages))
  12. Whitten*, J. L., and Bentley*, L. D., and Barlow*, V. M., (1994) Test items to accompany systems analysis and design methods (3rd ed.)Richard D. Irwin Publishing. (ISBN # 0-256-09363-6 (220 pages))
  13. Whitten*, J. L., and Bentley*, L. D., and Barlow*, V. M., (1994) Transparency masters to accompany systems analysis and design methods (2nd ed.) Richard D. Irwin Publishing. (ISBN # 0-256-09365-2 (264 pages))
  14. Whitten*, J. L., Bentley*, L. D., and Barlow, V. M., (1994) Instructor’s annotated: systems analysis and design methods Richard D. Irwin Publishing. ( ISBN # 0-256-10132-9. This book is an instructor’s version of the main textbook and includes 90 pages of supplemental material)
  15. Whitten*, J. L., Bentley*, L. D., and Barlow, V. M., (1994) Systems analysis and design methods (3rd ed.) Richard D. Irwin Publishing. (ISBN # 0-256-09360-1 (868 pages))
  16. Whitten*, J. L., and Bentley*, L. D., and Barlow*, V. M., (1994) Instructor's guide to accompany systems analysis and design methods (3rd ed.) Richard D. Irwin Publishing. (ISBN # 0-256-09362-8 (363 pages))
  17. Whitten*, J. L., Bentley*, L. D., and Barlow, V. M., (1989) Systems analysis and design methods (2nd ed.) Richard D. Irwin Publishing. (ISBN # 0-256-07493-3 (797 pages))
  18. Whitten*, J. L., and Bentley*, L. D., and Barlow*, V. M., (1989) Projects and cases to accompany systems analysis and design methods (2nd ed.) Richard D. Irwin Publishing. (ISBN # 30-2953-02 (124 pages))
  19. Whitten*, J. L., and Bentley*, L. D., and Barlow*, V. M., (1989) Instructor's guide to accompany systems analysis and design methods (2nd ed.) Richard D. Irwin Publishing. (ISBN # 0-256-07495-X (554 pages))
  20. Whitten*, J. L., and Bentley*, L. D., and Barlow*, V. M., (1989) Test items to accompany systems analysis and design methods (2nd ed.)Richard D. Irwin Publishing. (ISBN # 0-256-07693-6 (184 pages))
  21. Whitten*, J. L., and Bentley*, L. D., (1987) Using EXCELERATOR for systems analysis and design Times Mirror College Publishing. (ISBN # 0-8016-5462-9 (210 pages))
  22. Whitten*, J. L., and Bentley*, L. D., (1986) Projects and cases to accompany systems analysis and design methods Times Mirror College Publishing. (ISBN # 0-8016-5465-3 (159 pages))
  23. Whitten*, J. L., and Bentley*, L. D., (1986) Instructor's guide to accompany systems analysis and design methods Times Mirror College Publishing. (ISBN # 0-8016-1546-4 (369 pages))
  24. Whitten*, J. L., and Bentley*, L. D., (1986) Test items to accompany systems analysis and design methods Times Mirror College Publishing. (ISBN # 0-8016-1567-3 (158 pages))
  25. Whitten*, J. L., and Bentley*, L. D., and Barlow*, V. M., (1986) Transparency masters to accompany systems analysis and design methods Richard D. Irwin Publishing. (ISBN # 0-256-08231-6 (264 pages))
  26. Whitten*, J. L., Bentley*, L. D., and Ho, T. I. M., (1986) Systems analysis and design methods Times Mirror College Publishing. (ISBN # 0-8016-5464-5 (847 pages))

Refereed Articles and Conference Papers/Presentations/Abstracts

  1. Feller*, Steven A., Taggart E. Smith*, Lonnie D. Bentley, and John A. Mendonca (submitted). Information systems/Information technology leadership development. Journal of Engineering and Technology Management
  2. Ulmer*, John, and Lonnie D. Bentley* (2001). Business Process Redesign: Theory and Practice. AMCIS 2001 Conference Boston, MA.
  3. Feller*, Steven A., and Lonnie D. Bentley* (2001). Business Process Reengineering: The Birth. The Downfall. The Resurrection?. AMCIS 2001 Conference Boston, MA.
Gary Bertoline

Articles

  1. Donaldson, S., Bertoline G. R.  (2010).  Utilization of a graduate advisory committee for supporting and retaining graduate students to improve the academic experience and increase graduation rates.  2010 CIEC Conference, Engineering Technology Division, Feb. 3-5, 2010, Palm Springs, CA.
  2. Chandramouli, M., Bertoline, G. R., Abe Harris, L.  (2009).  PC-based photorealistic virtual environments to facilitate construction design and nondestructive testing.  2009 ASEE Conference, Austin, TX.
  3. Bertoline, G. R., and Schuver, M.  (2009).  Center for professional studies in engineering technology.  2009 ASEE Conference, Austin, TX.
  4. Bertoline, G. R.  (2009).  Applied and use-insprired researchfor engineering technology: A rationale for defining a research domain.  2009 ASEE Conference, Austin, TX.
  5. Hacker, T., Bertoline, G. R.  (2008).  A Curriculum for Petascale Computing.  TeraGrid 2008 Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
  6. V. Sundaram, Y. Ru, B. Benes, L. Zhao, X. C. Song, T. Park, G. Bertoline, M. Huber. An Integrated System for Near Real-Time 3D Visualization of NEXRAD Level II Data Using TeraGrid. TeraGrid 2008 Conference, Las Vegas, NV, June 9-13, 2008.
  7. Sarapin, M., Hartman, N., and Bertoline, G. R.  (2007).  Advancing graduate education in a college of technology context.  National Associate of Industrial Technology Conference, Panama City, FL.
  8. Bertoline, G. R. (2007).  A history of Computer-aided Design.  Invited presentation at the Catia Operators Exchange (COE) Annual PLM Conference Develop & Deploy Workshop, Las Vegas, NV.
  9. Bertoline, G. R., (2006).  Cyberinfrastructure and Learning for Gen-Z.  Invited presentation to North Carolina State University’s Friday Institute for Educational Innovation series; Voice of Innovation Research Series.
  10. Bertoline, G. R.  (2006).  Developing TeraGrid Campus Partnerships.  Fall 2006 Internet2 Member Meeting, Chicago, IL.
  11. Bertoline, G. R.  (2006).  Cyberinfrastructure Learning Environments for Gen-Z.  SC06 Conference, Education Program, Tampa, FL.
  12. Bertoline, G. R., Lathrop, S., Catlett, C. E.  (2006).  TeraGrid Campus Partnerships.  NCSA Workshop – Enabling Minority Serving Institutions to be Cyberinfrastructure Resource Providers.  NCSA, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL.
  13. Rogers, T. J., Benes, B., & Bertoline, G. R.  (2006).  Towards a ModularNetwork-Distributed Mixed-Reality Learning Space System.  Paper presented at the International Symposium on Visual Computing.
  14. Depew, D., Latif, N., Bertoline, G. R., Keating, D., Stanford, T., Dunlap, D., Tricamo, S., McHenry, A., DeLoatch, E., Palmer, H., Bennett, R., Noori, M., Snellenberger, J., Turesdale, S.  (2006).  Faculty reward system reform: Beginning phase II – revisiting the need for university change to advance professional graduate education for engineering practice and technology leadership.  2006 ASEE Conference, Chicago, IL.
  15. Keating, D., Stanford, T., Bardo, J., Dunlap, D., Depew, D., Latif, N., Bertoline, G. R., Tricamo, S., McHenry, A., DeLoatch, E., Palmer, H., Noori, Mohammad, Bennett, R;, Snellenberger, J., and Truesdale, S.  (2006). Faculty reward system reform: Beginning phase II – Setting criteria for professionally oriented faculty in engineering and technology.  2006 ASEE Conference, Chicago, IL.
  16. Hartman, N., Connolly, P. E., Gilger, J. W., Bertoline, G. R., and Heisler, J. M.  (2006).  Virtual Reality-based Spatial Skills Assessment and Its Role in Computer Graphics Education.  ACM/SIGGRAPH 2006 Conference and Exhibition, Boston, MA.
  17. Bertoline, G. R., Hoffmann, C. M., Bohlmann, N., Sharp, D., and Latimer, D.  (2006).  Northwest Indiana Computational Grid (NWICG).  TeraGrid ’06 Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
  18. Madhavan, K.P.C., Goasguen, S., Bertoline, G.R., & Klimeck, G. (May 2006).  Revolutionizing science and education through cyberinfrastructure.  Presentation at the Exploratorium Brown Bag Series, San Francisco, CA.
  19. Dorjgotov, E., Choi, S., Dunlop, S. R., and Bertoline, G. R.  (2006).  Portable Haptic Display for Large Immersive Virtual Environments, 14th Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environments and Teleoperator Systems, Arlington, VA.
Jeffrey Brewer

Textbooks and Editorships of Journals/Proceedings

  1. Jeffrey L. Brewer and Kevin C. Dittman, (2013) Methods of IT Project Management, 2nd edition Purdue Press.
  2. Brewer, J.L., Dittman, K.C., (2010) Methods of IT Project Management Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson/Prentice Hall.

Refereed Articles and Conference Papers/Presentations/Abstracts

  1. Thomas Bunton and Jeffrey L. Brewer (October 2012). Discovering Workplace motivators for the millennial generation of IT employees. Association for Computer Machinery Special Interest Group for Information Technology Education Calgary, Canada.
  2. Brewer, J. , Harriger, A. and Mendonca, J. (2006). Beyond the model: building an effective and dynamic IT program.. Journal of Information Technology Education (In Press.)
  3. Kane, M. and Brewer, J. (2006). An information technology emphasis in biomedical informatics education.. Journal of Biomedical Informatics (In Press.)
  4. Brewer, J. , Dittman, K. and Ghatge, G. (2006). A study of software methodology analysis: "great taste or less filling". Information Systems Educators Journal ((In Press).)
  5. Brewer,J. (October 2006). Benefits achieved from self and peer assessments in student led group projects.. College Teaching & Learning Conference Las Vegas, NV. (Accepted.)
  6. Kane, M., Brewer, J., Goldman, J. and Moidu, K. (October 2006). Integrating bioinformatics, clinical informatics, and information technology in support of interdisciplinary curriculum development.. ACM/SIGITE Conference Minneapolis, MN. (Accepted.)
  7. Brewer, J. and Oman, G. (January 2006). Add business value using agile value stream improvement process.. Applied Business Research & Teaching Learning Conference Orlando, FL.
  8. Brewer, J. (July 2006). Improving learner understanding of object-oriented information systems development.. 13th International Conference on Learning Montego Bay, Jamaica.
  9. Brewer, J. and Dittman, K. (2006). Meeting the challenges of today's IT labor demands by building a better prepared student thru targeted curricula enhancements.. Review of Business Information Systems Journal (In Press.)
  10. Brewer, J. (2005). Project managers, can we make them or just make them better?. ACM/SIGITE Conference (pp.167-173). Newark, NJ.
  11. Lorenz, L. J., Brewer, J.L. (May 2005). Preparing students to run projects: a self evaluation mapping our curriculum to needed project management learning ourcomes. IRMA
  12. Brewer, J.L. (2004). Project management best practices to increase success. Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology (pp.2335 - 2340). Idea Group Reference.
  13. Brewer, J. L., Lorenz, L. J. (October 2003). Using UML and agile development methodologies to teach Object-Oriented analysis and design tools and techniques.. ACM/SIGITE
  14. Mendonca, J. & Brewer, J.L. (2003). The case for a less methodical methodology: lean, light, extreme, adaptive, agile and appropriate software development. Practicing Software Engineering in the 21th Century (pp.42 - 52). IRM Press.
  15. Brewer, J.L. (2002). A course model for information technology project management instruction based on the project management institute's body of knowledge. ISECON

Reviews

  1. Pinto, J., (2006) Project Management: Achieving Competitive Advantage. Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.. (Reviewed 6 chapters.)
Melissa Dark

Textbooks and Editorships of Journals/Proceedings

  1. Melissa J. Dark, Editor, (2010) Information Assurance and Security Ethics in Complex Systems: Interdisciplinary Perspectives Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
  2. Goldschmidt, C., Dark, M., and Chaudhry, H., Responsbility for the Harm and Risk of Software Security Flaws. (2010) Melissa J. Dark.Information Assurance and Security Ethics in Complex Systems: Interdisciplinary Perspectives Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
  3. Melissa J. Dark, Data Breach Disclosure: A Policy Analysis. (2010) Information Assurance and Security in Complex Systems: Interdisciplinary Perspectives Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
  4. Dark, M., Epstein, R., Morales, L., Countermine, T., Yuan, Q., Rose, M., & Harter, N., A Pedagogical Framework for Ethical Development. (2007) M. Quigley. Encyclopedia of Information Ethics and Security Idea Group.
  5. Dark, M., (2005) Security Training, Education, and Awareness from a Human Performance Technology Point of View (86-104), in M. Whitman and H. Mattord (Eds)., Information Security Management Case Studies and Readings .
  6. Dark, M., (2003) Jackie Adams: Case Study #2. In P. Ertmer & J. Quinn (Eds). The ID Casebook: Case Studies in Instructional Design. (2nd ed.) .
  7. Dark, M., (2003) A models and modeling perspective on skills for the high performance workplace. (279-296). In R. Lesh & H. Doerr (Eds.), Beyond Constructivism: A Models and Modeling Perspective on Mathematics Teaching, Learning, and Problem Solving .
  8. Dark, M., (2003) Evaluation. (285-290). In A. Kovalchic & K. Dawson (Eds.), Educational Technology: An Encyclopedia .
  9. Dark, M., (2003) Knowledge management. (389-392). In A. Kovalchic & K. Dawson (Eds.), Educational Technology: An Encyclopedia .
  10. Rose, M., & Dark, M., (2003) Just-in-time training. (382-388). In A. Kovalchic & K. Dawson (Eds.), Educational Technology: An Encyclopedia .
  11. Dark, M., (2003) Jackie Adams: Case Study #1. In P. Ertmer & J. Quinn (Eds). The ID Casebook: Case Studies in Instructional Design (2nd ed.) .
  12. Dark, M., (2003) Teaching with technology features. In. R. Slavin, Educational Psychology (7th Ed.) .

Refereed Articles and Conference Papers/Presentations/Abstracts

  1. Cooper, S., Nickell, C., Piotrowski, V., Oldfield, B., Abdallah, A., Bishop, M., Caelli, B., Dark, M (2010). An exploration of the current state of information assurance education.. SIGCSE Bulletin, 41(4), 109-125.
  2. Riskowski, J, Davis, C. Wee, B. Dark, M., & Harbor, J. (2009). Exploring the effectiveness of an interdisciplinary water resources engineering module in an eighth grade science course. International Journal of Engineering Education, 25(1), 181-195.
  3. Dark, M., Goldman, J., Hacker, T., Marshall, B., & Smith, A. (2009). Dark Web Patterns. Proceedings of the WebSci 2009: Society Online Conference, Athens, Greece.
  4. Dark, M., Rebow, M., & Coyle, E. (2009). How to establish a transatlantic collaborative research framework. Barcelona, Spain: INTED.
  5. Dyehouse, M., Bennett, D., Harbor, J., Childress, A., & Dark, M. (2009). A Comparison of Linear and Systems Thinking Approaches for Program Evaluation Illustrated Using the Indiana Interdisciplinary GK-12. Evaluation and Program Planning, 32(5) (pp.187-196).
  6. Farahmand, F., Dark, M., Liles, S. and Sorge, B. (2009). Risk Perceptions of Information Security: A Measurement Study.. Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering (pp.462-469). Vancouver, BC.
  7. Dark, M., York, C., Yang, D., Popescu, P., & Nita-Rotaru, C. (2008). A pilot study on the design effectiveness of a new distance learning system.. American Association of Educational Research
  8. Rigby, S., Dark, M., Ekstrom, J., Rogers, M. (2008). Measuring conceptual understanding: A case study.. Proceedings of the 9th conference on Information Technology Education Cincinnati, OH.
  9. Dondera, R., Jia, C., Popescu, V., Nita-Rotaru, C., Dark, M., & York, C. (2008). Virtual classroom extension for effective distance education.. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, January/February, 32-42.
  10. Nita-Rotaru, C, Dark., M., & Popescu, V. (2007). A Multi-expertise Application-Driven Class. Covington, KY: Proceedings of the ACM SIGCSE Conference.
  11. Dark, M., & McPherson, C. (July 2007). Privacy Perceptions in Public Education. Bejing, China: Proceedings of the Human Computer Interface International Conference.
  12. York, C., Yang, D., & Dark, M. (2007). Transitioning from Face-to-Face to Online Instruction: How to Increase Presence and Cognitive/Social Interaction in an Online Information Security Risk Assessment Class. International Journal of Information and Communication Technology, 3(2), 42-52.
  13. Rigby, S., Dark, M., Ekstrom, J., & Rogers, M. (2007). Preparing IAS graduates to recognize and manage complexity.. Proceedings of the 8th conference on Information Technology Education Sandestin, FL.
  14. Dark, M., York, C., Popescu, V., & Nita-Rotaru, C. (2007). Evaluating Interactivity and Presence in an Online Distance Learning System. Milwaukee, WI: Proceedings of the ASEE Frontiers in Education.
  15. Dark, M., Harter, N., Ludlow, G., & Falk, C. (2006). Ethical Attributes in Computing and Computing Education: An Exploratory Study. Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 4(2), 67-75.
  16. Ekstrom, E., Dark, M., Lunt, B., & Reichgelt, H. (2006). A Research Agenda for Inforamtion Technology: Does Research Literature Already Exist?. Minneapolis, MN: Proceedings of the ACM SIGITE Conference.
  17. Dark, M., & Manigault, C. (2006). Creating Open-ended Problems for STEM Courses and Diverse Learners Using Information Assurance and Security. Orlando, FL: 4th International Conference on Education and Information Systems, Technologies and Applications.
  18. Rigby, S., & Dark, M. (2006). Using Outcomes-based Assessment Data to Improve Assessment and Instruction: A Case Study. SIGITE Newsletter, 3(1), 10-16.
  19. Ekstrom, J., Dark, M., & Lunt, B. (2006). Integration of Information Assurance into the IT 2005 Model Curriculum. Journal of Information Technology Education, 5, 389-402.
  20. Dark, M., Epstein, R., Morales, L., Countermine, T., Yuan, Q., Ali, M., Rose, M., Harter, N. (2006). A framework for information security ethics education.. Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education. Adelphi, MD.
  21. Dark, M., & Bailey, G. (2006). Information security risk analysis: Model courseware.. Information Assurance Symposium. Albany, NY.
  22. Rigby, S., & Dark, M. (2006). Designing a Flexible, Multipurpose Remote Lab for the IT Curriculum. Minneapolis, MN: Proceedings of the ACM SIGITE Conference.
  23. Lee, H., Dark, M., & Chen, K. (2005). Incorporating Ethics into Management Information Systems Curriculum in Business Schools. Issues in Information Systems, IV91), 360-364.
  24. Yang, D., & Dark, M. (2005). A Service Learning Project of Informatin Security Risk Assessment for K12 School Corporations. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education
  25. Dark, M. (2004). Academic Alliances and Initiatives in the Computer/Information Security Arena. Northeast Center for Computer and Information Systems Security Conference
  26. Dark, M., Vaughn, R., McGillan, D. (2004). Center of Academic Excellence Efforts to Improve Information Assurance Policy. Annual Information Assurance Directorate Hosted Meeting for Presidents of Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education
  27. Dark, M. (2004). Working with Historically Underrepresented Colleges and Universities. Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education
  28. Dark, M. (2004). Assessing Student Performance Outcomes in an Information Security Risk Assessment, Service Learning Course. SIGITE
  29. Dark, M. (2004). Civic Responsibility and Information Security: An Information Security Management, Service Learning Course. Information Security Curriculum Development,
  30. Dark, M., Ghafarian, A., & Yu, J. (2004). Integrating Ethical and Social Issues into the Undergraduate Computer Science Curriculum Using Case-Based Instruction.. SIGCSE
  31. Dark, M., Iunghuhn, M., & Rausch, L. (2004). School Safety and the Internet: Is Your Network Secure?. Indiana School Board Association Journal.
  32. Dark, M. & Poftak, A. (2004). Security Audit 101. Technology and Learning
  33. Davis, J., & Dark, M. (2003). Teaching Students to Design Secure Systems. IEEE Security and Privacy
  34. Dark, M., & Davis, J. (2003). Defining a Curriculum Framework in Information Assurance and Security. ASEE
  35. Davis, J., & Dark, M. (2003). A Curriculum Framework for the Emerging Discipline of Information Assurance. Midwest ASEE
  36. Dark, M. (2003). An Overview of Evaluation Theory and Practice as Applied to Information Security Education. World Information Security Education Conference
  37. Dark, M., Raskin, V., & Spafford, E. (2003). The educational mission of CERIAS: Multidisciplinary information assurance and security education from cradle to grave. National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee
  38. Dark, M. (2003). Center for faculty development in information security. Annual Information Assurance Directorate Hosted Meeting for Presidents of Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education
  39. Dark, M. (2003). Information assurance education. CERIAS Information Security Symposium
  40. Dark, M., Davis, J., & Carver, C. (2003). Information assurance curriculum of the future. Federal Information Systems Security Educators’Association
  41. Dark, M., Ghafarian, A., & Yu, J. (2002). Information Ethics and Social Issues in the Undergraduate Computer Science Curriculum. National Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education
  42. Dark, M. (2002). The state of information assurance education. National Information Assurance Leadership Conference
  43. Dark, M. (2001). A profile of information security training needs on university campuses. EduCause North Atlantic Conference

Workshops

  1. Dark, Melissa (2010, April). Innovations in Information Assurance and Security Education, Invited Speaker. Bossier, LA.
  2. Dark, Melissa (2010, October). Building a Secure Programming Curriculum, Keynote Speaker, Summit onEducation in Software Security. Washington DC,
  3. Dark, Melissa (2010, November). CyberEd 13-20 Working Group Lead, NSA/DHS CAE Principals Meeting. St. Louis, MO.
  4. Dark, M., & Bishop, M. (2008). Evaluating the efficacy of software security curriculum exercises.. Orlando, FL.
  5. Farahmand, F., Spafford, E., & Dark, M. (2007). Perceptions of information security risks and implications for public policy.. College Park, MD.
  6. Dark, Melissa (2006, November). Implementing the Information Security Risk Analyst Standard, Invited Panelist, Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education. Adelphi, MD.
  7. Dark, Melissa (2006, September). Information Assurance and Security Education and Outreach, Information Assurance and Security Workshop. Fairbanks, AK.
  8. Dark, Melissa (2005, October). Information Security Ethics. Tuskegee, AL.
  9. Dark, Melissa (2005). Cybertrust Education and Outreach, Invited Panelist, National Science Foundation Cybertrust PI Meeting. Newport Beach, CA.
  10. Dark, Melissa (2004, February). Academic Alliances and Initiatives in the Computer/Information Security Area, Northeast Center for Computer and Information Systems Security Conference. Baltimore, MD.
  11. Dark, Melissa (2004, November). Center of Academic Excellence Efforts to Improve Information Assurance Policy, Annual Information Assurance Directorate Hosted Meeting for Presidents of Centers of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education. Washington DC,
  12. Dark, Melissa (2003, October). The State of Information Assurance Education, National Inforamtion Assurance Leadership Conference. Washington DC,
  13. Dark, Melissa (2003, March). Information Assurance Curriculum of the Future, Federal Information Systems Security Educators' Association. Washington DC,
  14. Dark, Melissa (2003, November). Center for Faculty Development in Information Security. Washington DC,
J. Eric Dietz

Textbooks and Editorships of Journals/Proceedings

  1. Dietz and Black, (2012) Pandemic Planning .
Kevin Dittman

Textbooks and Editorships of Journals/Proceedings

  1. Brewer, Jeff and Dittman, Kevin C., (2010) Methods of Information Technology Project Management Prentice Hall. (Available - 6-30-09 ISBN: 0132367254 ISBN-13: 9780132367257 Format: Paperback, 525pp )
  2. Whitten*, Jeffrey L., Bentley*, Lonnie D., and Dittman, Kevin C.,, (2004) Systems analysis and design methods, 6th editionIrwin/McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc... ((724 pages). ISBN 0072474173. Note: 6th edition is published in numerous languages. . ISBN: 986-157-107-8 Chinese . ISBN: 957-493-949-9 Chinese . ISBN: 7-111-14564 Chinese )
  3. Dittman, Kevin C., (2001) Project and case study #2 including solutions to accompany analysis and design methods textbookIrwin/McGraw-Hill..
  4. Whitten*, Jeffrey L., Bentley*, Lonnie D., and Dittman, Kevin C., (2001) Systems analysis and design methods, 5th editionIrwin/McGraw-Hill, McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc... (((724 pages). The 5th edition has been translated into five languages and has adoptions in all 50 states. Over 700 universities adopted this textbook. Total unit sales reached 45,000 copies. ISBN 0-07-231539-3))
  5. Whitten, Jeffrey L., and Bentley, Lonnie D., (1998) Systems Analysis and Design Methods, 4th edition Irwin/McGraw-Hill, McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. (with special contributions by Kevin C. Dittman. ISBN 0-256-19906-X (student edition) and ISBN 0-256-23826-X (instructor’s edition))
  6. Whitten*, J. L., Bentley*, L. D., and Dittman K. C.,, (1998) Instructors Edition: Systems analysis and design methods (4th ed.) Richard D. Irwin Publishing.. ((This book is an instructor’s version of the main textbook and includes 89 pages of supplemental material. ISBN # 0-256-23826-X))
  7. Kevin C. Dittman, (1998) Application Cases in Systems Analysis and Design Irwin/McGraw-Hill, McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.. (ISBN 13: 9780256257120)
  8. Dittman*, K.C., Mariga, J. M., and Morris, L., (1998) Instructor’s resource materials to accompany systems analysis and design methods (4th ed.) MA: Irwin/McGraw-Hill. (CDROM ISBN 0-256-25713-2 160 megabytes)
  9. Kevin C. Dittman, (1995) Fundamentals of System Architect McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing. (ISBN-13: 9780256196825 192pp )

Refereed Articles and Conference Papers/Presentations/Abstracts

  1. Workshops
  2. Dittman, Kevin C. (October 1997). Using use case modeling in teaching object-oriented systems analysis and design. 1997 Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages, and Applications (OOPSLA) Educators Symposium (pp.42-51). Atlanta, GA: The Association for Computing Machinery, Inc.. (Panelist with Adele Goldberg.)
  3. Dittman, Kevin C. (October 1998). “Using the Unified Modeling Language (UML) as a Standard in the Information Technology Curriculum,”. 1998 International Association for Computer Information Systems Conference Cancun, Mexico: IACIS. (addendum pp. 15-21)..)
  4. Kevin C. Dittman (October 1998). “A Framework for Integrating the UML in an Undergraduate Object-Oriented Analysis & Design Course,” . OOPSLA Vancouver, BC: ACM.
  5. Langley, H.* & Dittman, Kevin. C. (2001). Determining whether an implementation support center is needed for your enterprise wide application. . 2001 Managing Information Technology in a Global Economy Association (IRMA) International Conference (pp.562-564). Toronto, Canada: IRMA. (Proceedings ISBN 1930708076, 9781930708075.)
  6. Lineberger, R.* & Dittman, Kevin. C. (Nov 2001). The blur box: A conceptual model for understanding iterative development.. PMI 2001 - First to the Future Symposium Nashville, TN: PMI. (CD-ROM, Paper No. IS-06.)
  7. Smoak, T.* & Dittman, Kevin C. (2001). A survey of assessment mechanisms for continuous process improvement of IT curriculums. . 2001 International Association for Computer Information Systems Conference Cincinati, OH: ISECON. (Proceedings of ISECON 2001, v 18 (Cincinnati): §13a..)
  8. Secrest, A.* & Dittman, Kevin C. (October 2002). “Project management - challenges of web design teams”.. 2002 PMI Global Congress San Antonio, TX: Project Management Institute. (CD-ROM, Paper No. IS-07.)
  9. Lorenz*, L & Dittman Kevin. C. (October 2004). Project managers overall leadership skills to be successful. Journal of College Teaching and Learning October, FL: The Clute Institute for Academic Research., 1 No. 9, 55-61. (ISBN # 1544-0389.)
  10. Lorenz*, L & Dittman Kevin. C. (Jan 2004). Project managers overall leadership skills to be successful.. 2004 College Teaching & Learning Conference Orlando, FL: The Clute Institute for Academic Research. (CD-ROM, Paper No. 415 - Awarded Best Paper of Program.)
  11. Brewer, Jeff, Dittman, Kevin C., & Ghatge, G. (2005). A study of software methodology analysis: “great taste or less filling” . Information Systems Educators Conference Columbus, OH: Association for Information Technology Professionals Foundation for Information Technology Education.. (In The Proceedings of ISECON 2005, v 22 (Columbus OH): §2153. ISSN: 1542-7382..)
  12. Williams*, D & Dittman Kevin C. (January 2005). Beyond Software Development – An Argument for Ethical and Legal Issues In Higher Education. 2005 College Teaching & Learning Conference Orlando, FL: The Clute Institute for Academic Research. ([CD-ROM, Paper No. 127].)
  13. Brewer, Jeff & Dittman Kevin C. (January 2006). Meeting the Challenges of Today’s IT Labor Demands by Building a Better Prepared Student thru Targeted Curricula Enhancements. 2006 College Teaching & Learning Conference (pp.CD ROM). Orlando, FL: The Clute Institute for Academic Research. (Awarded Best Paper of Program.)
  14. Zadik, Joe. & Dittman, Kevin C. (January 2008). Employers Beware: Degrees and Certifications don’t guarantee the quality of an information technology applicant. . 2008 College Teaching & Learning Conference (pp.CD ROM). Orlando, Fl: The Clute Institute for Academic Research. (Awarded Best Paper of Program.)
  15. Kevin Dittman (February 2012). Structuring Information Technology to Maximize Business Value. Manufacturer’s Association of Plastic Processors Indianapolis, IN. (Keynote address.)
  16. Bunton, Thomas E., and Kevin C. Dittman (January 2012). Application Of McClelland’s Theory Of Needs To IT Project Management And The Millennial. International Academic Conference Orlando, FL. (ISSN 1539-8757 (print); 2157-9660 (online).)
  17. Dittman, Kevin. C. (1998, October). “Workshop: Using The Unified Modeling Language (UML) in Object-Oriented Analysis & Design Education,”. ISECON,
  18. Dittman, Kevin C. (1997, October). Workshop: Using Use Case Modeling In Teaching Object Oriented Systems Analysis,”. ISECON,
  19. Dittman, Kevin C. (1996, October). “Workshop: Using System Architect for Object-Oriented Analysis and Design Education,”. National Meeting of Decision Sciences Institute,

Reviews

  1. Brown, David, (2002) Object-Oriented Analysis Wiley. (Proposal)
  2. Bahrami, A., (1998) Object-oriented systems development: A unified approach. Homewood, IL: Irwin/McGraw-Hill. (ISBN13: 9780256253481 ISBN10: 025625348X Division: Higher Education Pub Date: DEC-98 Pages: 432)

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