An exploratory design science study on theory testing using crowdsourcing.
Ijeoma obtained her BSc in Computer Science from University of Jos, Nigeria in 2007. After working for two main telecommunications companies in Nigeria, Ijeoma went on to pursue a Master’s in Computer Science at University Putra Malaysia (UPM) in Malaysia (2013), where she finished with merit. Ijeoma worked briefly for IBM Malaysia as an IT Support Analyst before moving over to New Zealand in 2015 to pursue her PhD. She is a recipient of the Victoria University Doctoral scholarship.
BSc (Computer Science), University of Jos, Nigeria; MSc (Computer Science – Distributed Computing and Network Security), Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM), Malaysia
Ijeoma’s current and general research interests include Information systems design and analysis, Crowdsourcing, social media, mental health.
Enwereuzo, I., Antunes, P., & Johnstone, D. (2018). On the adoption of crowdsourcing for theory testing. In European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), Portsmouth, UK.
Enwereuzo, I., Antunes, P., & Johnstone, D. Towards the Development of a DSS Supporting the Integration of Crowdsourcing in Theory Testing: Conceptual Framework and Model. ACIS 2017 Proceedings.
Sapateiro, C., Antunes, P., Enwereuzo, I., Johnstone, D., & Pino, J. A. (2016, May). Teamwork evaluation with a microworld platform. In Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design (CSCWD), 2016 IEEE 20th International Conference on (pp. 298-303). IEEE.
Enwereuzo, I., Chern Wei, C. A Review of Online Social Network: Personal Data Privacy. Published in International Infrastructure Conference (IICON 2014)