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Oklahoma State University

JIM BURKMAN

JIM BURKMAN

Department of Management Science & Information Systems
Clinical Aso Prof

OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY
STILLWATER, OK 74078
Phone: 405-744-5142

jim.burkman@okstate.edu

Education

  • Ph D, Indiana University, Management Information Systems, 2002
  • Other, Indiana University, Management Information Systems, 1999
  • BA, Western State College, Gunnison CO, Business Administration, 1989

Publications

  • Andy Luse and James R. Burkman. (2018). "Safely Using Real-World Data for Teaching Statistics: A Comparison of Student Performance and Perceived Realism between Dataset Types". Journal of the Midwest Association for Information Systems. (2018), 1, 11-22.
  • Amjad Al Marzooq, Andy Luse, and James R. Burkman. (2018). "Windows ME: Using Antiquated Software to Learn about Security". New York, NY: IEEE Potentials. 0278-6648).
  • James R. Burkman. (2018). "Safely Using Real-World Data for Teaching Statistics: A Comparison of Student Performance and Perceived Realism between Dataset Types". Statistics Education Research Journal.
  • Andy Luse and James R. Burkman. (2017). "An Evaluation of Scales Used for Measuring Attribution". Midwest Association for Information Systems Conference.
  • Daniel Wang, Andy Luse, and James R. Burkman. (2016). "Dynamic Visualization of Time-Based Changes to Data Generated by Reddit.com: The Real Time Conversation Project". Cedar Falls, Iowa: American Journal of Undergraduate Research. (13), 4, 59-68. 1536-4585 2375-8732.
  • James R. Burkman. (2012). "Reducing the Cognitive Distortions of the Label "Hacker"; Empowering Managers and Employees to Provide Critical Human-Based Information Assurance Controls". Oklahoma City, OK: Mustang Journals Conference.
  • Michael Hass, Jason R. Nichols, David Biros, Mark Weiser, James R. Burkman, and J. Thomas. (2009). "Motivating Knowledge Sharing in Diverse Organizational Contexts: An Argument for Reopening the Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Debate". Proceeding of the 15th Americas Conference on Information Systems.
  • J. Baker, D. Jones, and James R. Burkman. (2009). "Using Visual Representations of Data to Enhance Sensemaking In Data Exploration Tasks". Journal of the AIS. (10), 7, 32 pages.
  • James R. Burkman. (2008). "Information Sharing: Hackers vs Law Enforcement". Perth, Western Australia: Proceedings of 9th Australian Information Warfare and Security Conference. 15-25. 978-0-7298-0667-1.
  • J. Baker, James R. Burkman, and D. Jones. (2007). "A Theory of Data Visualization and the Potential for Facilitative Visual Analogies". Montreal: Proceedings of the JAIS Theory Development Workshop.
  • K. Sherif and James R. Burkman. (2006). "The Dynamics of an Adaptive Knowledge Management System: A Peek Through the Lens of Complexity Theory". Proceedings of the DSI Annual Meeting.
  • James R. Burkman, A. Massey, S. Brown, and M. Montoya-Weiss. (2002). "Do I Really Have To? User Acceptance of Mandated Technology". European Journal of Information Systems. (11), 283-295.
  • James R. Burkman. "User Satisfaction in Mandated Implementations: A Study of Expectations, Contracts, and Trust". AMCIS 2000 Proceedings. Paper 397,
  • James R. Burkman. (1999). "Strategic Ambiguity: A Barrier on the Road to Knowledge Creation". AMCIS 1999 Proceedings. Paper 158,

Awards and Honors

  • Greiner Teaching Award - Undergraduate (2015)

Contracts, Grants, and Sponsored Research

  • Development of a Smart Toolbox for Manufacturing Automation
    OSU New Product Development Center
    January 27 2016 - June 13 2016
  • Information Security Program
    October 2009 - September 2010
  • Best Buy "Deep Dive" Study
    Best Buy Internet Buyer Behavior Center
    2004
  • Best Buy "Deep Dive" Study
    Best Buy Internet Buyer Behavior Center
    2002

Academic, Military, and Professional Positions

  • MSIS Department, Oklahoma State University, Clinical Associate Professor, 2012
  • MSIS Department, Oklahoma State University, Visiting Professor, 2008 - 2012
  • Rawls College of Business Administration, Texas Tech University, Lubbock TX, Assistant Professor, 2001 - 2007
  • Kelly School of Business, Indiana University, Bloomington IN, Associate Instructor, 1997 - 2001
  • U.S. Army, August 31 1983 - August 31 1986

Courses Taught

  • BHON 4990 (3 Semesters)
  • MSIS 3333 (25 Semesters)
  • MSIS 4123 (9 Semesters)
  • MSIS 4243 (4 Semesters)
  • MSIS 5213 (18 Semesters)
  • MSIS 5243 (1 Semester)
  • MSIS 5393 (8 Semesters)
  • MSIS 4713 (2 Semesters)
  • MSIS 5713 (3 Semesters)
  • MSIS 5263 (2 Semesters)
  • MSIS 5600 (5 Semesters)
  • MSIS 3123 (48 Semesters)
  • MSIS 5900 (2 Semesters)
  • TCOM 5223 (30 Semesters)
  • TCOM 5243 (3 Semesters)
  • MSIS 5020 (5 Semesters)
  • MSIS 4233 (4 Semesters)
  • MSIS 4010 (2 Semesters)
  • MSIS 4013 (7 Semesters)
  • MSIS 4223 (17 Semesters)
  • TCOM 4223 (1 Semester)