Jennifer Thomas
Professor

E-mail: jthomas@pace.edu

School/College: Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems
Department(s): Information Technology NY
Primary Location: 163 William Street

Office Hours: (Spring 2016)
Monday
3:30PM-6:00PM
Monday
9:00PM-9:30PM
Wednesday
3:30PM-5:30PM

Office Phone:
+1 (212) 346-1569

Education

PhD, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada, 1994

Management Information Systems

MBA, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada, 1985

Management Information Systems

B.Comm., McGill University, Montreal, Canada, 1976

Quantitative Methods

Scheduled Courses

Spring 2016:
No courses scheduled.

View All Courses Taught
  • CIS 101: Cmptrs & Frnsc Scnce Lrng Pod
  • CIS 101: Cmptrs &Scl Rspnsblty Lrng Pod
  • CIS 101: Forensic Computing
  • CIS 102: Web Dsgn for Non-Profit Org
  • CIT 322: Distributed Computing
  • CIT 332: Multmdia and User Intrfc Dsgn
  • INT 296: Tpc: Medieval/Renaissance Lit
  • IS 396: Topic: Intro to Multimedia
  • IS 416: Distributed Computer Systems
  • IS 600: Grad Independent Study in IS
  • IS 617: Information Systems Principles
  • IS 632: Business Telecommunications
  • IS 635: Distributed Info Systems
  • IS 660: Tpc: Intro to Multimedia Tech
  • IS 692: Research Project Seminar
  • IT 600: Overview:Computer Network/IT
  • Research Interests

    Computer-Human Interaction; Multimedia; Knowledge Management; Technology and Learning

    Awards and Honors

    • Pace University, 2013 - Fifteen-Year Employee Recognition
    • 2010 - University Award
    • Pace University, 2008 - Ten-Year Employee Recognition
    • Pace University, January 1, 2003 - Five-Year Employee Recognition Award
    • NULL, December 31, 1995 - Selected for New Faculty Consortium, Decision Sciences Institute
    • Association for Information Systems, August 1, 1995 - MIS Junior Faculty Workshop participant
    • Concordia University, December 31, 1985 - Graduate Teaching Fellowship

    PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

    • Association for Computing Machinery [Member]
    • Association for Information Systems [Member]
    • Decision Science Institute [Member]
    • International Association for Computer Information Systems [Member]
    • AACE [Member]
    • Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) [Member - EDSIG Association of Information Technology Professionals]

    Contract, Grants, and Sponsored Research

    • Thomas, J., Kirk, C. & Chiagouris, L. The Consumption of Concepts: The Hedonic and Utilitarian Effects of Perceived Interactivity on the Consumption of Digital Information. Pace University - Thinkfinity Grant , Pace University , $8,600.00 . Funded,

    Publications

    • Morin, D., Thomas, J. & Saade, R. (2015). Fostering problem-solving in a virtual environment. Journal of Information Technology Education:Research. Vol 14 , pages 339-362.
    • Morin, D., Thomas, J. & Kira, D. Pedagogical Strategies in Online Delivery and Higher-Order Learning Skills. International Journal on E-Learning and Education . Vol 2
    • Thomas, J., Morin, D. & Kira, D. The 3 C's of Team-Building: Communication, Cooperation, Coordination. The Online Journal of New Horizons in Education.
    • Thomas, J., Morin, D. & Ly, S. (2015, July (3rd Quarter/Summer)). The 3 P's - Persistence, Performance, Perceptions: Delivery Method Matters. International Journal of Excellence in Education. Vol 7 (Issue 2) , pages 1-18.
    • Morin, D., Thomas, J. & Kira, D. (2015, June). Perceived Impact of Activities and Resources on Higher Order Learning Skills in an Online Course.
    • Kirk, C., Chiagouris, L., Lala, V. & Thomas, J. (2015, March 1). How Do Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants Respond Differently to Interactivity Online?. Journal of Advertising Research. Vol 55 (Issue 1) , pages 1-14.
    • Morin, D., Thomas, J. & Saade, R. G. (2014, November). Problem-solving and web-based learning. , pages 243-253.
    • Morin, D., Thomas, J. & Ly, S. (2014, June). The Effect of Delivery Method on Persistence, Performance and Perceptions (Best Paper Award). International Journal of Excellence in Education. Vol 6 (Issue 2) , pages 1-10.
    • Morin, D., Thomas, J. & Cassidy, R. (2013). Clickers and Deep Learning: An Oxymoron?. Journal of Computer Technology and Application. Vol 4 (Issue 1)
    • Kirk, C., Chiagouris, L., Lala, V. & Thomas, J. (2013). Interactivity: Does One Size Fit All.
    • Morin, D., Thomas, J. & Saade, R. (2012). Activities and Resources in Online Learning: From a Critical Thinking View.
    • Saade, R. G., Morin, D. & Thomas, J. (2012). Critical Thinking in E-learning Environments. Computers in Human Behavior. Vol 28 (Issue 5) , pages 1608-1617.
    • Thomas, J., Morin, D. & , . (2012). THE ART (ACTIVITIES, RESOURCES, TECHNOLOGICAL SUPPORTS) IN ON-SITE AND ONLINE LEARNING, AND STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF ACQUISITION OF THINKING AND TEAM-BUILDING SKILLS. , pages 287-304.
    • Morin, D., Thomas, J. & Saade, R. (2012, November 28). Deep Learning and Virtual Environments. , pages 1240-1246.
    • Thomas, J., Morin, D. & Gagne, M. (2011, May 10). Clickers and Deep Learning in a Large Undergraduate Management Course.

    PRESENTATIONS

    • Thomas, J., Morin, D. & Ly, S. (2015, September). The International Teacher Education Conference (ITEC). The 3 C's of Team-Building: Communication, Cooperation, Coordination. St. Petersburg, Russia
    • Thomas, J., Morin, D. & Ly, S. (2014, June). Ed-Media: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology. Delivery Method and Persistence and Performance. Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), Tampere, Finland
    • Thomas, J., Morin, D. & Ly, S. (2014, March). 6th Conference on eLearning Excellence in the Middle East: Leadership, Design and Technology for 21st Century Learning. The Effect of Delivery Method on Persistence, Performance and Perceptions. Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University, Dubai, UAE
    • Kirk, C. P., Chiagouris, L., Lala, V. & Thomas, J. (2013). Academy of Marketing Science Annual Conference. Interactivity: Does One Size Fit All?. Monterey Bay, CA
    • Morin, D., Thomas, J. & Saade, R. G. (2012). Informing Science & IT Education Conference (INSITE). Activities and Resources in Online Learning: From a Critical Thinking View. Montreal, Canada
    • Morin, D., Thomas, J. & Saade, R. G. (2012, November 28). International Conference on Computer Education and Instructional Technology (ICCEIT). Deep Learning and Virtual Environments. Paris, France
    • Thomas, J. (2012, May). Pace Faculty Institute. Best Practices in Undergraduate Research and Faculty Collaboration: The Pace U 9/11 Oral History Project.
    • Thomas, J. (2012, May). Pace Faculty Institute. The Natives are restless - The Moderating Role of Age in the Relationship Between Perceived Interactivity and Attitude Toward Digital Information Produc.
    • Kirk, C., Chiagouris, L., Lala, V. & Thomas, J. (2012, May 15). Pace University Faculty Institute. Consuming Concepts: The Hedonic and Utilitarian Effects of Perceived Interactivity. Pace University, PLV
    • Thomas, J., Moran, D. & Gagne, M. (2011, May 6). Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Computer Supported Education. Clickers and Deep Learning in a Large Undergraduate Management Course. CSEDU, Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands

    PROFESSIONAL Service

    • Ed-Media Conference: Association for Advances in Computing Education (AACE) [Session Chair]
    • International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) [Editor, Conference Proceedings]
    • Merit Research Journal of Education and Review (MRJER) [Reviewer, Journal Article]