Dr Cathal Doyle

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Lecturer School of Information Management

Courses

Teaching in 2019

Introduction

Cathal is a lecturer in Information Systems at the School of Information Management, Victoria Business School, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. He graduated with a Business Information Systems degree from University College Cork (UCC), Ireland, and attained a masters and doctorate degree from the same university.

Cathal’s main research interests are around information technology (IT) and learning, with a particular focus on understanding the impacts of social media on collaborative learning. He is also very interested in design science research, and how it can help to improve the outputs of IS research (especially in terms of making research more relevant to practitioners).

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Qualifications

BSc, MBS, Ph.D., University College Cork, Ireland.

Selected publications

Nagle, T., David S., and Doyle, C. (2016) ‘Meeting in The Middle: Bridging The Practice Research Divide From Both Sides’, European Conference on Information Systems, 1-13.

Doyle, C., Sammon, D. and Neville, K. (2016) ‘Evaluating the Effectiveness of Social Media Enabled Collaborative Learning Environments (SMECLEs)’, iFip WG 8.3 DSS 2.0, 106-124.

Doyle, C., Neville, K. and Sammon, D. (2016) ‘A Design Science Research (DSR) Case Study: Building an Evaluation Framework for Social Media Enabled Collaborative Learning Environments (SMECLEs)’, iFip WG 8.3 DSS 2.0, 125-144.

Doyle, C., Sammon, D. and Neville, K. (2015) ‘Building an evaluation framework for social media-enabled collaborative learning environments (SMECLEs)’, Journal of Decision Systems, 24 (3), 298-317.

Doyle, C., Neville, K. and Sammon, D. (2014) ‘What’s Trending in IS Social Media Research’, iFip WG 8.3 DSS 2.0, 557-568.

Neville. K, Doyle, C., Mueller, J. and Sugrue, A. (2013) ‘Supporting Cross Border Emergency Management Decision-Making’, European Conference on Information Systems, 1-7. Received “Best Research-in-Progress” award.

Doyle, C., Sammon, D. and Neville, K. (2012) ‘How to Evaluate Social Media Enabled Collaborative Learning Environments’, 6th European Conference on

Courses

Teaching in 2019