Vitae

Selected recent publications:

Hill, T. R., Doyle, M., Kocsis, D., Sessions, R., and Jackson, R. (2017). "Inroads to Engaging iGeneration Students in Innovative IS Education: Lessons Learned in the Trenches", Proceedings of the 23rd Americas Conference on Information Systems, Boston, MA, August 10-12.  http://aisel.aisnet.org/amcis2017/Panels/Presentations/12/

Hill, T. R., (2016). “The Salesforce Business Systems Innovation Labs: A Storification/Social Media Approach for iGeneration Engagement” in Innovation & Entrepreneurship Teaching Excellence Awards: An Anthology of Case Histories, Publisher: Academic Conferences & Publishing International, Editor: Dan Remenyi, pp.44-55. (Teaching Innovation Competition Finalist, 3rd Place)

Hill, T. R., and W. Nance, W. (2016). "Innovating Business Systems Labs for Engaging iGeneration Students", Proceedings of the 22nd Americas Conference on Information Systems, San Diego, CA, August 11-13. (AIS Best Conference Paper in IS Education for 2016) http://aisel.aisnet.org/amcis2016/ISEdu/Presentations/29/

Hill, T. R., Chidambaram, L, and Summers, J. D. (2016). “Playing ‘Catch Up’ with Blended Learning: Performance Impacts of Augmenting Classroom Instruction with Online Learning”, Behaviour and Information Technology, 35(8).

Hill, T.  (2015). “The Salesforce Tech/Innovation Labs at San Jose State University: A Social Media/Storification Approach for Engaging the iGeneration”, Stanford University ATXpo: Ideas with Impact, Palo Alto, CA, October.

Hill, T. (2015). “Storification, Social Media & Salesforce: Business Systems Lab Engagement for the iGeneration”, Academic Professional Development Workshop, AIS Americas Conference on Information Systems 2016, Puerto Rico, August.

Albert, L., Aggarwal, N. & Hill, T. (2014). “Influencing Customers’ Purchase Intentions Through Firm Participation in Online Consumer Communities”, Electronic Markets, 24(4), 285-295.

Albert, L., Hill, T. R. & Rozenblum, T. (2013). “An Empirical Investigation of the Effects of Gender and Quantity of Search Results on Web-based Impression Formation”, Journal of Information Technology Research, 6(1), 32-50.

Hill, T. R., Chidambaram, L, & Summers, J. (2013).  A Field Experiment in Blended Learning: Performance Effects of Supplementing the Traditional Classroom Experience with a Web-based Virtual Learning Environment, Proceedings of the 19th Americas Conference on Information Systems, Chicago, Illinois, August 15-17. (AIS Award for Best Conference Paper in IS Education).

Burkhard, R., T. Hill and S. Venkatsubramanyan, (2011). “The Emerging Challenge of Knowledge Management Ecosystems: A Silicon Valley High Tech Company Signals the Future”, Information Systems Management (Special issue on Exploring the Frontiers of Knowledge Management Transfer in the Public and Private Sector), 28(1), 5-18.

Albert, L., T. Hill and S. Venkatsubramanyan, (2011). “Effects of Perceiver / Target Gender and Social Networking Presence on Web-based Impression Formation”, International Journal of E-Politics (Special Issue on Gender and Computing), 2(2), 1-19.

Albert, L., T. Hill and S. Venkatsubramanyan. (2010). “Gender Differences in Social Networking Presence Effects on Web-based Impression Formation”, Gender and Social Computing: Interactions, Differences and Relationships, Livermore, C. R. (ed).

Venkatsubramanyan, S. and T. Hill, (2009). “An Empirical Investigation into the Effects of Web Search Characteristics on Decisions associated with Impression Formation”, Information Systems Frontiers, 12(5), 579-593.

Furneaux, B., T. Hill, W. Smith, S. Venkatsubramanyan, J. Wang, A. Washington, and P. Witman. (2009). “AMCIS 2008 Panel Report: Aging Content on the Web: Issues, Implications and Potential Research Opportunities”, Communications of the AIS, 24(1).

Bray, D., L. Chidambaram, M. Epstein, T. Hill, D. Thomas, S. Venkatsubramanyan and R. Watson. (2006). “AMCIS 2006 Panel Report: The Web as a Digital Reflection Of Reality”, Communications of the AIS, 18(28). Hill, T. and M. Roldan. (2005).

Hill, T. and M. Roldan. (2005). “Toward Third Generation Threaded Discussions for Mobile Learning: Opportunities and Challenges for Ubiquitous Collaborative Environments”, Information Systems Frontiers, 7(1), 55-70.