E-Business Technologies: Supporting the Net-Enhanced Organization

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Wiley, Sep 27, 2002 - Computers - 490 pages
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Allows the reader to be an active participant in the planning, analysis, development, and implementation of e-business environments as they enter the job market.

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Craig Van Slyke is an Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems at the University of Central Florida. He was formerly a member of the Management Information Systems faculty at Ohio University. In addition to his academic experience, he spent ten years in the IT industry in a number of technical, managerial, and marketing positions.
Dr. Van Slyke's current research interests are in electronic commerce, and information technology and education. Issues in electronic commerce of particular interest include factors relating to its adoption by individuals (especially the role of trust in adoption decisions), its adoption by small businesses, and differences in its adoption across cultures and across genders. Information technology and education topics researched are skills required of IT professionals, teams and teamwork, and technology mediation of distance learning.
Dr. Van Slyke has published in a number of journals, including the Communications of the Association of Computing Machinery, Information Resource Management Journal, Annals of Cases on Information Technology Applications, Industrial Management & Data Systems, Journal of Information System Education, Journal of Information Technology Theory and Application, and Information Technology, Learning and Performance Journal. In addition, he has contributed chapters to several edited research compilations.
He has taught a variety of graduate and undergraduate information technology courses, including Electronic Commerce, Database Administration, Systems Analysis and Design, and the Management of Information Systems. He has also lectured internationally on a variety of topics related to electronic business. In 2001, he received the Galloway Award for Undergraduate teaching.
He received his Ph.D. in Information Systems from the University of South Florida. He also holds a Masters in Business Administration from thre University of Central Florida.

France Bélanger is the Director of the Center for Global E-Commerce and an associate professor of information systems in the Department of Accounting and Information Systems at Virginia Tech. Prior to her academic career, she held various technical, marketing, and managerial positions in large information systems and telecommunications corporations in Canada. She has also provided consulting services to corporations In Florida.
Her interests focus on the use of telecommunication technologies in organizations, in particular for distributed work arrangements, electronic commerce, and distance learning. She has published in numerous Information Systems journals, including Information Systems Research, Communications of the ACM, IEEE Transaction on Professional Communication, Information & Management, The Information Society, Information Resources Management Journal, Database, Office Systems Research Journal e-Service Journal and the Journal of Information Systems Education. Her first book, for managers, entitled Evaluation and Implementation of Distance Learning: Technologies, Tools and Techniques (Idea Group Publishing, 2000), was co-authored with Dr. Dianne H. Jordan. Dr. Bélanger work has been funded by PriceWaterhouseCoopers, the Department of Education, and the Commonwealth of Virginia's Center for Innovativae Technology.
Dr. Bélanger has been teaching a variety of graduate and undergraduate technical and managerial IS courses, including Systems Analysis and Design, Database Management Systems, Managing Information Services, E-Commerce Security, Web Applications and E-Commerce, and many Telecommunications, Networks, and Data Communications courses. She also designed Web-based seminars for businesses, and taught continuing education courses on E-Commerce, the Internet, and Security both in Virginia and Florida. She received the Pamplin College Award for the undergraduate teaching at Virginia Tech In 2001 and her Ph.D. in Information Systems from the University of South Florida. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from McGill University and a College Degree in Applied Sciences from Ahuntsic College.

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