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Richelle Oakley, Ph.D.

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Title: Assistant Professor - Information Systems
Phone: 678-717-3525
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Office: Nesbitt Academic Building, 5110, Gainesville
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Areas of Expertise: Business Analytics, Programming, Databases

Overview

Dr. Oakley's research interests include examining the role of information and communication technologies (ICT) in helping organizations achieve social goals that benefit society and examining the impact of emerging technology on human behavior. She is also part of a team that was awarded approximately $400K in a National Science Foundation 3-year targeted infusion project grant to develop Interdisciplinary Data Analytics Certificate program at Savannah State University (her former institution). She has published her research in top-ranked IS journals and has presented her research at numerous regional, national, and international IS conferences.

Dr. Oakley is also actively involved in various service activities. She is a faculty mentor for the McNair Scholars program and is working with an undergraduate student on research examining user perceptions of disinformation in social media. For over 8 years, she has worked closely with KPMG’s Ph.D. Project, specifically with the Information Systems Doctoral Student Association (ISDSA) where she now currently serves as a Faculty Advisor. Dr. Oakley also serves with the Association for Information Systems (AIS), Technology Association of Georgia (TAG), and Technologists of Color (ToC).

Courses Taught

  • CIS 3130: Business Information Systems
  • CIS 2201: Computer Information Systems
  • CIS 3000: Application Development
  • CIS 4200: Introduction to Business Analytics

 

Journal Publications

Abegaz, T., Smatt, C., Oakley, R., Freeman, M. (2019) Win or Lose: A Study on the Effects of Video Game Violence. Quarterly Review of Business Disciplines, 6(1), 79-93. 

Church, M., Oakley, R. (2018) Etsy and the Long-Tail: How microenterprises use hyper-differentiation in online handicraft marketplaces. Electronic Commerce Research (ABDC Rating: A)

Oakley, R., Singh, R. (2016) Examining Ethical Decision Making Behavior in e-Learning Systems. International Journal of Cyber Ethics in Education, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp. 41-56.

Oakley, R., Salam, A. (2014) Examining the Impact of Computer-Mediated Social Networks on Individual Consumerism Environmental Behaviors. Computers in Human Behavior, Volume 35, pp. 516–526 (ABDC Rating: B)

Maghrabi, R., Oakley, R., Nemati, H. (2014) The impact of self-selected identity on productive or perverse social capital in social network sites. Computers in Human Behavior, Volume 33, pp. 367–371 (ABDC Rating: B)

Conference Proceedings and Presentations

Avery, A., Oakley, R. L. (2019) The Business Case for IT Security as a Core Course in IS Curriculum, Proceedings of the 24th Americas Conference on Information Systems, Cancun, MX, August 2019.

Pratt, R., Oakley, R. L., Wynn, D. , Lopez, O. (2019) Examining the Impact of User Personality Traits on Concern for Information Privacy of Personal Health Information, Proceedings of the 24th Americas Conference on Information Systems, Cancun, MX, August 2019.

Oakley, R. (2019) A Tutorial on Qlik Analytics, Proceedings of the 22nd Conference of the Southern Association of Information Systems (SAIS), St. Simon's Island, GA 2019.

Oakley, R., Church, M. (2019) Critical Success Factors in Online Multi-Platform Outpost Marketing Strategies, Proceedings of the 22nd Conference of the Southern Association of Information Systems (SAIS), St. Simon's Island, GA 2019

Oakley, R., Church, M. (2018) Engaging Students with Mobile Application IS Concepts through Creating Video Vignettes, Proceedings of the 20th Conference of the Southern Association of Information Systems (SAIS), Atlanta, GA March 2018

Church, M., Oakley, R. (2018) The Value of Brand Outpost Participation in Micro-Enterprise Marketing Efforts, Proceedings of 2017 Southeast Decision Sciences Institute Conference, Wilmington, NC, February 2018

Church, M., Oakley, R. (2017) Conceptualizing Online Micro-manufacturers using Etsy Shops, 20th Conference of the Southern Association of Information Systems (SAIS), St. Simon's Island, GA, March 2017

Oakley, R., Church, M. (2017) An Examination of Etsy Shops as Online Micro-manufacturers, Southeast Decision Sciences Institute, Charleston, SC, February 2017

Oakley, R. Iyer, L., Salam, A. (2015) Examining the Role of Business Intelligence in Non-Profit Organizations to Support Strategic Social Goals, Accepted into the 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), Kauai, Hawaii, January 2015.

Oakley, R., Iyer, L., Salam, A. (2014) Expanding IS Business Value: An Examination of the Role of Business Intelligence in Non-Profit Organizations, Proceedings of 17th Southern Association of Information Systems (SAIS), Macon, GA, March 2014.

Education

  • Ph.D., Information Systems, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2014
  • MBA, Human Resources/ Information Systems, University at Albany, SUNY, 2006
  • B.S., Management/ Information Systems, University at Albany, SUNY, 2004

Work Experience

  • United Way of Greater Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, Research Intern
  • Aon/Hewitt, Atlanta, GA, Experienced Analyst
  • General Electric Company, Schenectady, NY, Intern
  • MapInfo, Inc., Troy, Intern
  • Visiting Nurse Association of Albany, Albany, NY, Intern

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