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School of Undergraduate Studies Department of Technology

William Burkett

Specializations

  • BS in Information Technology - General Information Technology
  • BS in Information Technology - Project Management

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy

    Nova Southeastern University, 1993
    Major: Computer Based Learning
  • Master of Science

    Nova Southeastern University, 1989
    Major: Computer Based Learning
  • Bachelor of Science

    Palm Beach Atlantic University, 1988
    Major: Business Administration

Publications

  • "The Case Of The Disappearing Gender Difference: Equivalence Of Competence Among Male And Female College Students In The New Millenium." Journal of Information Technology Education. 2003.
  • "Can cognitive profiles improve success in progaming." SAIS 2003. 2003.
  • "An user interaction framework for enabling e-Learning." SAIS 2003. 2003.
  • "The Computer Wizard Series C++." McGraw Hill.
  • "The Prediction of Perceived Level of Computer Knowledge: The Role of Participant Characteristics and Aversion Toward Computers." Palm Beach Atlantic University Peer Reviewed Journal. 2002.
  • "Systems Analysis and Design and the Improved Accountant." SAIS 2003. 2003.
  • "Developing a workable computer information science/computer science curriculum: A cross-discipline program model." Informing Science Journal. 2002.
  • "No sex difference in perceived competence of computer use among male and female college students in 2002." Psychological Reports. 2003.
  • "Faculty Perceptions of Web-based Course Efficacy." AMCIS 2003. 2003.
  • "Communication and Cooperations: Technology Transfer on Australian Family Cotton Farms." InSITE 2004. 2004.
  • "Using the Work System Method with Undergraduate Information System Students." JITE 2011.
  • "The Prediction of Self-Rated Level of Computer Knowledge: The Role of Participant Characteristics and Aversion toward Computers." Informing Science. 2002.
  • "Diversity in the world place." AMCIS 2003. 2003.
  • "Developing Resources for Teaching Online Computer Information Systems Courses from European Countries: A feasibility study followings ." Palm Beach Atlantic University Peer Reviewed Journal.
  • "Towards and Interactive Learning Environment for Object-Z." InSITE 2004. 2004.
  • "An examination of computer attitudes, anxieties, and aversions among diverse college populations: Issues central to understanding information sciences in the new millennium." Informing Science Journal. 2001.
  • "Using a "Socio-Historic" Approach in Teaching Information Technology to African-American Students with Academic Difficulties." Journal of Informatino Technology Education.
  • "Informing with Workflor Technologies." InSITE 2004. 2004.

Presentations

  • "SAIS 2003 Conference." A P3CL experience in the information Sciences: A case study of piloted peer-to-peer collaborative learning (P3CL) using a simple computer network to teach IS. .
    Savahhan, Georgia. January 2003.
  • "2002 Informing Science & IT Education Joint Conference: InSITE." One Size Does Not Fit All: Critical and Timely Issues in Computer Centered Curriculum Development .
    Cork, Ireland. June 2002.

Department Faculty

Faculty Chair

Sue Talley EDD, MA, BA

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