Nancy Martin | College of Applied Sciences and Arts | SIU

Southern Illinois University



Nancy Martin, Ph.D.

Interim Director of Information Systems & Applied Technologies

Nancy Martin
ASA 101B
Mailcode 6614
Phone: 618.453.8838
Fax: 618.453.7254



B.S. Computer Science, SIUC, 2002
Ph.D. Business Administration, SIUC, 2006


IT Project Management
Ethics and Legal Issues in IT
Cases in IST
Healthcare Information Systems
Systems Analysis and Design
Database Design


IT Ethics, Women in IT, IT Strategy, IT Pedagogy and Curriculum


Martin, N.L. and Woodward, B. (2011). Computer Ethics of American and European Information Technology Students: A Cross-Cultural Comparison. Issues in Information Systems, 12(1), 78-87.

Woodward, B., Martin, N.L., Imboden, T. (2011). Expansion and Validation of the PAPA Framework. Information Systems Education Journal, 9(3), 28-34.

Martin, N.L. (2010). Introducing Business Method Patents into the IS Curriculum. Issues in Information Systems, 11(2), 66-71.

Martin, N.L. and Green, D.T. (2010).Has Your Patent Strategy Been “Bilskied”? Challenges Facing Software Based Business Method Patents. Issues in Information Systems, 11(2), 640-643.

Martin, N. L. and Mykytyn, P.P. (2010). Business Method Patents and Sustained Competitive Advantage. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 50(4), 88-96.

Martin, N.L. and Mykytyn, P.P. (2009). Evaluating the Financial Performance of Business Method Patent Owners. Information Systems Management, 26(3), 285-301.

Green, D. T., Martin, N. L., and Pearson, J. M. (2007). Tech Ties: Making Online Connections in Social Networks. International Journal of Web Based Communities, 3(4), 460-467.

Martin, N. L., Pearson, J. M., and Furumo, K. (2007). IS Project Management: Size, Practices and the Project Management Office. Journal of Computer Information Systems, 47 (4), 52-60.

Martin, N.L., Green, D.T., and Furumo, K. (2006). Exploring Web User Styles in B2C E-Commerce. International Journal of Electronic Marketing and Retailing, 1(2), 115-131.

Furumo, K.A., Pearson, J.M., and Martin, N.L. (2006). Do Project Management Tools and Outcomes Differ in Organizations of Varying Size and Sector? Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge and Management, 1, 23-36.


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