You are invited to a poster session which will be held on Wednesday, April 13, 10:45-11:45, in the Rowe Building (6100 University Avenue), room 5053.
No RSVP required.
Students from the Master of Information Management capstone course will present their research projects in a poster session. Integrating and synthesizing what they have learned throughout the Master of Information Management program, the capstone provides an opportunity for students to undertake research designed to inform decision making. This poster session will provide an opportunity for students to present their findings drawn from a variety of research methods on a wide range of topics.
Presenters and their posters include:
Wendy Burrow, “#, QT, RT, and Likes: Popularity and Elements of Informational Tweets from the Ontario Provincial Police [@OPP_News]"
Liseanne Cadieux, “Relevance of a Functional Classification Scheme in an Electronic Information Environment”
Courtney Dillman, “Value Alignment among Management and Staff”
Mohamed Elkholy, "User Acceptance and Role of Change Management toward Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) at Irving Shipbuilding Inc."
John Jenkins, “Intellectual Capital Measurement in Consulting Engineering"
Kerri Greene, “Examining the Challenges that Occur from Implementing Process Change"
Hyon Suk Kim, “Perception of Privacy in University Students and in Young Professionals"
Jason Sidney, “The Effects of Implementing Advanced Analytics into the Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness"
Omar Subhani, “Does the Management of IM/IT Services by the Government of Canada Affect the Perception of Independence of Canadian Administrative Tribunals?”
Roger Tandory, “Smart Gun Technology for Public Safety: Panacea, Placebo or Something in Between?"
Lori McCay-Peet, PhD
School of Information Management
Faculty of Management
Kenneth C. Rowe Management Building
6100 University Avenue
PO Box 15000
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3H 4R2