Publications & Presentations

Roldan, Malu

Publications & Presentations

  • Roldan, M. “An iPad-Enabled First Year Experience Designed for Digital Natives:  Impact on Computer Self Efficacy and Student Success.  Research-in-Progress paper presented at the Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, Yokohama, Japan, June 2018.
  • Aggarwal, N. & Roldan, M. “Transforming Business Education with Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality (AR/VR).   Tutorial presented at the Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, Yokohama, Japan, June 2018.
  • Roldan, M.L., Sutanonpaiboon, J., & Burkhard, R. (2017) “Professional and Personal Social Networking and Enhancement of Social Capital in Young Adults.” Journal of International Technology and Information Management. 26 (3).
  • Kothari, T. & Roldan, M. “Women Entrepreneurs in Emerging Markets:  Lessons from India and Philippines.” Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, July 2017
  • Shirani, A., & Roldan, M.L. (2014). “Aligning Information Technology Education & Employment in Developing Countries: A Case Study of Pakistan.” Issues in Information Systems 15 (2), 175-184.

  • Kothari, T. & Roldan, M. “Globalizing the First Year Experience.” Presented at the Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada, June 2014.

  • Roldan, M. & Kothari, T. “Case Study: An Integrated First Year Experience and Tablet Program for Current Generations of Future IT Savvy Personnel.” Presented at the ACM SIGMIS Conference, Singapore, May 2014.

  • Roldan, M. & Shirani, A. “Developing a Well-Employed IT Workforce in Pakistan.” Presented at the ACM SIGMIS Conference, Singapore, May 2014.

  • Inamdar, S. & Roldan, M.L. (2013). “The MBA Capstone Course: Building Theoretical, Practical, Applied, and Reflective Skills.” Journal of Management Education 37 (6), 747-770.

  • Sujitparapitaya, S., Shirani, A., & Roldan, M.L. (2012). “Business Intelligence Adoption in Academic Administration:  An Empirical Investigation.” Issues in Information Systems 13 (2), 112-122.