Meet Tim C. Smith
Assistant Professor, Information and Technology Management
Education: 2007 Athabasca University, GDBA
2009 Athabasca University, MBA
2010 University of New Brunswick, DUT
2011 University of New Brunswick, B.A.
2017 Carleton University, Ph.D.
Courses Taught: Introduction to Information Systems
Fundamentals of Programming
Advanced Business Programming
Systems Analysis and Design
Simulation Methods in Business
Career Specialties: Tim Smith has 20 years of industry experience, including roles as president of a software development company, product manager for network service products, market planner for internet services and ICT consultant.
He is currently conducting research into technology adoption and usage within organizations with a specific focus on health information technology deployment. Research interests also include experiential learning in information systems education and impacts on learning outcomes.
Professional and Community Activities: 2014-current: Board of Directors – AIS SIG-Health (A special interest group of the association of information systems focused on the advancement of Health Information Systems research development)
1995-1997 (2 terms): Board of Directors – New Brunswick Information Technology Alliance (An association representing the provincial information technology sector, focused on regional economic development and employment growth through IT business development)
Riordan, R., Hine, M., Smith, T. (2017-forthcoming), An Integrated Learning Approach to Teaching an Undergraduate Information Systems Course. Journal of Information Systems Education
Smith, T., Grant, G., & Ramirez, A. (2014, January). Investigating the influence of psychological ownership and resistance on usage intention among physicians. In System Sciences (HICSS), 2014 47th Hawaii International Conference (pp. 2808-2817). IEEE.
Honors and Awards: Outstanding TA Award, Fall 2012
Departmental scholarship (Sprott School of Business)
University scholarship (Carleton University)
MITACS Accelerate research grant (2015-2016)
Second place award - (2009) AAAE Student Prize for Economic Policy (submission title: Framing the debate: ICT investment for regional productivity growth)