INFO 4130 Data Science and Big Data Analytics (SAS Enterprise Miner, R, Hadoop)
INFO 4120 Business Intelligence Systems (Adobe Analytics (formerly Omniture Site Catalyst), Excel PowerPivot and PowerView, Tableau, SQL Server)
INFO 3130 Introduction to Applied Data Analytics
INFO 3120 Management Information Systems
INFO 2410 Database Fundamentals (SQL, SQL Server)
INFO 489 Undergraduate Research in Information Systems and Technology
Other Courses Taught:
INFO 405G Global, Ethical, and Professional Perspectives in IS and IT
INFO 3410 Database Systems & Data Warehousing
INFO 2450 Web Applications Design
Business Intelligence and Analytics/Data Science
IS&T Leadership Roles
End-User Training/Human Resource Development
IS&T Curriculum Issues & Emergning Technologies
John serves on the faculty of UVU as a Professor in the department of Information Systems & Technology in the College of Technology and Computing. He teaches courses in Database Management, Business Intelligence/Analytics/Data Science, and Information Systems Management among others. His research interests focus on the strategic management of information and cognition in organizations, business analytics and data science, emerging technology, and IS leadership as well as curriculum issues. He has published thirteen refereed journal articles, one book chapter, eighteen conference proceedings and presentations, and gained seven IS&T professional certifications.
Prior to joining Utah Valley University John taught information systems and technology courses at East Carolina University (ECU) in Greenville, North Carolina; Penn State Harrisburg (PSU-HBG) in Harrisburg/Middletown, Pennsylvania; Appalachian State University (Appstate) in Boone, North Carolina; and Northeastern State University (NSUOK) in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. Before entering academics John was a broker for Fidelity Investments and a small business manager.
John received his Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Utah (the U) and his PhD in Business Information Systems from Utah State University (USU). John and his wife are the proud parents of five children.
Why do I teach? I enjoy teaching, and hope that my teaching makes a difference in the lives of my students (my experience tells me it has made a difference to a least a few). I am also obsessed with learning, and am a true life-long learner.
How do I teach? I strive to develop a favorable learning environment and use a mix of methods (advanced organizers, case discussion, games, hands-on activities) with the hope of engaging every student's preferred learning style.
What do I teach? I try to cover breadth but also drill-down to get some depth in knowledge and skills. I also try to model core knowledge-skills-attitudes, and the values of excellence and professionalism. In the end, for me, teaching and learning are fun enjoyable endeavors of opening, growing, understanding, and sharpening. I echo T.S. Eliot: "We shall not cease from exploration and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time." (Little Gidding)
McDonald, D., Boyle, R., Anderson, J., (2016) “When Deceitful Chats Look Truthful,” Journal of Computer Information Systems, accepted and forthcoming in 2016 (http://www.iacis.org/jcis/forthcoming.php )
Anderson, J., Ball, N. (2015) “The Educational and Career Background of CIOs,” Issues in Information Systems, 16(2), 178-182
Anderson, J., Daniels, J., McDonald, D., Edvalson, R., (2014) “The Current State of Business Intelligence and Analytics in Utah,” Issues in Information Systems, 15(2), 359-366
McDonald, D., Boyle, R., Anderson, J., “Using an SOM to Visualize Deceptive Chat Content,” Proceedings of the IACIS 2014 Conference, Las Vegas, NV October 2014
Anderson, J., Bartholomew, K., (2013) "A Direct Method for Measuring Ethical and Professional Responsibility and Social Awareness." Presented at the Fourteenth Annual Conference by the Faculty at Utah Valley University, Jan 2013.
Anderson, J., McCulloch, J., Mulbery, K. (2010) “Reasons Users “Fan” Organizational Facebook Pages: A Pilot Study,” Issues in Information Systems, 11(1), 232-236
Bartholomew, K., Anderson, J. (2010) “Using Twitter to Deliver Class Announcements: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,” Issues in Information Systems, 11(2), 83-87
Slattery, J., Selvarajan, T., Anderson, J., Sardessai, R. (2010) “Relationship Between Job Characteristics and Attitudes: A Study of Temporary Employees,” Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 40(6), 1539-1565
Anderson, J., Wilkes, F., Young, K., (2008) “The Impact of Cloud Computing on IS/IT Academics,” Issues in Information Systems, 9(1), 203-206
Foltz, B., Schwager, P., Anderson, J., (2008) “Why Users Fail to Read Computer Usage Policies,” Journal of Industrial Management and Data Systems, 108(6), 701-712
Slattery, J., Selvarajan, T., Anderson, J., (2008) “Influences of New Employee Development Practices on Temporary Employee Role Stressors and Work-Related Attitudes of Temporary Employees.” International Journal of Human Resource Management, 19(12), 2268-2293.
Center for Engage Learning (CEL) Academic Curriculum, “Using PeopleSoft from Utah Valley University,” part of group grant of $10,000 of which $2,000 was allocated to me, Dec 2007.
Slattery, J., Selvarajan, T., Anderson, J., “Examining the relationships between new employee development practices, role stressors, and work-related attitudes for temporary employees,” Proceedings of the SMA 2007 Meeting (Southern Management Association), Nashville, Tennessee, November 7-10, 2007
Anderson, J., and Ohara, M., “A deeper look into an online MBA program: Do students really learn what they need in business?” Proceedings of E-Learn 2007, Quebec City, Canada, October 2007
Anderson, J., Schwager, P., “Managing Organizational Anxiety with Information Systems,” Proceedings of the 10th Annual Southern Association for Information Systems Conference (SAIS), Jacksonville, FL, March, 2007
Foltz, B., Anderson, J., Schwager, P., “Factors Influencing Awareness of Computer Usage Policies” Proceedings of the Southwestern Decision Sciences Institute 38th Annual Conference (SWDSI), San Diego, CA, March, 2007
Anderson, J., Schwager, P., Kerns, R., (2006) “The Drivers for Acceptance of Tablet PCs by Faculty in a College of Business.” Journal of Information Systems Education, 17(4), 429-440.
Slattery, J., Selvarajan, T., Anderson, J., (2006) “Influences of New Employee Development Practices on Temporary Employee Work-Related Attitudes.” Human Resource Development Quarterly, 17(3), 279-303.
Anderson, John; Barrett, Kevin; Schwager, Paul; (2005) An Exploration of the Value of Information Systems Certification: the Perspective of the Human Resource Professional. In Makoto Nakayama , Norma Sutcliffe (Eds.), Managing IT Skills Portfolios: Planning, Acquisition and Performance Evaluation, pp. 210-231.
Anderson, J., Barrett, K., Schwager, P., (2005) “Informing the HR Hiring Decision of IT Personnel: The HR Professional's View of IT Certification, Education, & Experience.” Informing Science Journal, 8, 281-302.
Schwager, P., Anderson, J., “Faculty Perception of TabletPCs for Teaching, Research, and Service: A College of Business Perspective,” Proceedings of the Southern Association for Information Systems Conference (SAIS), Savannah, GA, February, 2005
Anderson, J., Schwager, P., “SME Adoption of Wireless LAN Technology: Applying the UTAUT Model,” Proceedings of the Southern Association for Information Systems Conference (SAIS), Savannah, GA, February, 2004
Anderson, J., “Information Systems Security: Business Impacts,” Spring 2003 Downtown Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Lecture Series: Current Issues in Business, April 8, 2003
Anderson, J., Schwager, P., (2002) “Security in the Information Systems Curriculum: Identification & Status of Relevant Issues,” Journal of Computer Information Systems, 42(3), 16-24.
Anderson, J., Barrett, K., Schwager, P., “The Value of IS Certification: A Human Resource Manager Perspective,” Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), Dallas, TX, August, 2002
Anderson, J., Slattery, J., Johnson, J., “Current Training Needs Assessment Practices in U.S. Companies,” Management and Organizational Behavior track, Proceedings of the 31st Annual Meeting of the Western Decision Sciences Institute, Las Vegas, NV, April, 2002
Anderson, J., Slattery, J., Phillips, J., Johnson, J., “Strategy, Structure, and Context Relationships with Training Evaluation Practices and Perceptions of Training Success,” Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, Organizational Behavior/Organizational Theory track, San Francisco, November, 2001
Anderson, J., Slattery, J., Phillips, J. Johnson, J., “Training Evaluation Practices and Organizational Effectiveness,” Management and Organizational Behavior track, Western Decision Sciences Institute’s Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, April, 2001
Phillips, J., Anderson, J., Larsen, D., "The Use of Hollywood Film Vignettes in Teaching; ETHICS: The Engaging Game of Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions," 27th Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference (OBTC), State University of West Georgia, Carrollton, Georgia, June, 2000
Lomerson, B., Anderson, J., "Telework: A Taxonomy." Proceedings of the Third Annual Conference of the Southern Chapter of the Association for Information Systems, Atlanta, GA, March, 2000
Phillips, J., Glenesk, N., Anderson, J., Larsen, D “The Use of Hollywood Motion Picture Vignettes to Teach Organizational and Political Power,” 26th Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference (OBTC), New Mexico State University, Las Crucus, NM, June 1999
Johnson, J., Anderson, J.,, “Justifying the Information Technology Investment for Organizational Memory,” Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences – Organizational Memory Minitrack, Honolulu, HI, January 1997
Anderson, J., Johnson, J., “The Link between Information Technology and Organizational Learning,” Proceedings of the IACIS 1996 Conference, Las Vegas, NV, September 1996