Daniel D. Burke Chair for Exceptional Faculty
University Distinguished Teaching Scholar
Faculty of Distinction
Department of Management
o. 214 Calvin Hall
Roger McHaney conducts research on discrete event and agent-based simulation systems. In addition to applied research, he examines the organizational aspects of simulation including how problem statements and modeling approaches affect the success of a simulation project. He also conducts research into educational technology and how it impacts teaching and learning.
Current Research & Consulting Projects
- Agent-based simulation using “AnyLogic” Software
- An Exploration of Deception Detection: Are Groups More Effective Than Individuals?
- A linguistic examination of problem solving approaches in simulation
- An empirical investigation of mobile technology use in collaborative learning settings
- Updating Web 2.0 and Social Media for Business textbook
- Chairman of the IDEA Center’s Board of Directors
- Author of “The New Digital Shoreline: How Web 2.0 and Millennials are Revolutionizing Higher Education” and “Web 2.0 and Social Media for Business”
- University Distinguished Teaching Scholar and holder of Daniel D. Burke Chair for Exceptional Faculty
- Co-Developer of ELATEwiki.org website
- Co-Recipient of Sloan-C Effective Practice Award.
- Frequent keynote speaker and workshop presenter on Web 2.0 Technology use in business and education.
- Experience teaching in a variety of countries including New Zealand, India, U.K. and others.
- Published in a variety of Information Systems, Operations Management, and Educational Technology journals.
- Do consulting work with spreadsheets and other applications
- Develop online teaching material using new technologies
Areas of Teaching
Applied Managerial Computing, Enterprise Computing, Quality Management, Information Technology, Management Information Systems
Ph D, University of Arkansas, 1995.
Major: Computer Information Systems and Quantitative Analysis
MBA, Lake Superior State University, 1989.
BS, Lake Superior State University, 1984.
Major: Industrial Technology
Associates of Science, Lake Superior State University, 1984.
Major: Computer Engineering Technology