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IS Research Seminar Series

February 12, 2016 - April 29, 2016

Location: CA110 (SAC Room), Cairnes Building, NUI Galway Galway Ireland

Organised by: Lero

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Term 2: January – March 2016

Seminar 1
15 January Designing effective theory for research impact
Dr Paidi O’Reilly (UCC)
Seminar 2
29 January Preparing for a viva-voce
Lena Connolly (NUI Galway)
Seminar 3
12 February Conducting Mixed Methods Research: Challenges and Lessons Learnt
Grace Kenny (DCU)
Seminar 4
26 February Mobile Health is more than an App
Dr John O’Donoghue (Imperial College London)
Seminar 5
11 March Using Eye-tracking Technology in Business Research – Some Early Reflections
Chris Barry, Mairéad Hogan, & Ann Torres (NUI Galway)
Seminar 6
08 April Technology and Privacy in the 21st Century: An Analysis of Personal Information Privacy Concerns using Q-Methodology*
 Dr Stephen Wingreen, University of Canterbury, New Zealand


The aim of the seminar series is to encourage in-depth academic conversations on research in the discipline and to be supportive of developing high quality output. To achieve this aim, both presenters and attendees are encouraged to prepare in advance and to actively participate by providing potential solutions to the research problem being presented.  Please email denis.dennehy@nuigalway.ie to be added to the mailing list for notification of preparatory readings.

Venue: Room 110  (aka SAC room), Ground floor, Cairnes Building

Each seminar will run from 11.00-13.00

*The seminar on 8th April will be held at the earlier time 10:00 – 12:00


The IS research seminar series is organised by Lero and the BIS Discipline