Technology, Social Media Sources at Boston College
office of news & public affairs
Electronic commerce; the Internet; Internet business strategy; global competition; corporate information management. Author of a series of books on business and the Internet, including: Doing Business on the Internet: How the Electronic Highway is Transforming American Companies; Doing More Business on the Internet; and Global Advantage On the Internet: From Corporate Connectivity to International Competitiveness. Editor of the book The Internet Strategy. Courses have included: "International Perspectives on Information Management" and "Electronic Commerce."
Computer-human interaction; robotics; interactive multimedia; computer-assisted learning for the disabled; artificial intelligence. Co-developer of the award-winning "EagleEyes" project– a system that enables computer control by eyesor head movement which is being used in educational settings by many non-speaking children and young adults with complex disabilities. Courses have included: "Robotics"; "Computer Organization and Assembly Language"; "Computers and Management."
Electronic commerce; global information systems; technology; podcasting. Publisher of the Week in Geek - a digest of technology news. Founder of the TechTrek West programs which bring undergraduates and graduate students to Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Seattle for behind-the-scene visits to companies such as Google and Sun Microsystems.
Kane is an expert in the intersection of corporate information systems and social networks. Social media, Twitter, blogs, wikis.
Associate Professor of Information Systems
Carroll School of Management
Information technology security; social media; the strategic use of IT. Awarded one of 11 inaugural Google and WPP Marketing Awards to support research into how online media influences consumer behavior, attitudes, and decision making.
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Cyber-ethics (computer and information technology): privacy; intellectual property; security; free speech; business, social and ethical issues and the Internet. Author of the books Cyberethics: Morality and Law in Cyberspace; Corporate Instinct: Building a Knowing Enterprise for the 21st Century; Case Studies in Information and Computer Ethics; and Ethical Aspects of Information Technology. Courses have included: "Management Operations"; "Administrative Strategy and Policy."