Yin, Roger

Email
At UW-Whitewater

Affiliation
University - Faculty/Staff
Department
IT SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Position
PROFESSOR
Office Phone
(262) 472-5476
Office Location
HH 3406


Dr. L. Roger Yin is a Professor of Information Technology and Business Education at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. He holds a B.S. in Environmental Engineering, and earns both M.S. and Ph.D. in Instructional Systems Technology at Indiana University, Bloomington. Dr. Yin specializes in technology-enhanced professional training and development in both business and higher education. His recent research and consulting projects include e-learning and assessment in medical education. During the summers of 2000 and 2001, Dr. Yin was a Visiting Professor in the Faculty of Medicine at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Dr. Yin has made over 40 refereed paper presentations in national and international conferences and had over 20 peer-reviewed journal publications. Roger has been elected as the President of Organizational Systems Research Association for the term between 2006 and 2007.

Hermsen Teaching Award
April 2016
College of Business and Economics, UW-Whitewater
Sabbatical, Spring 2013
January 2013
UWW
Chancellor’s Award on Disability Concerns
February 2009
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
Who's Who Among America's Teachers
2005
Library of Congress #90662490
Best Paper Award
February 2005
Southern Association of Information Systems (SAIS) 2005
Recognition for Teaching Excellence
2000
Blue Key National Honor Fraternity
Outstanding Paper Award.
June 2000
ED-MEDIA 2000
CINDY Silver Award (Oscar equivalent in Interactive Video), 1989, with the interactive video program Instructional Clarity (School of Education, Indiana University). Participated the project development team as a programmer and data analyst.
1989
School of Education, Indiana University

Ph.D.
Instructional Systems Technology
School of Education, Indiana University, Bloomington
1998
M.S.
Instructional Systems Technology
School of Education, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana
1990
B.S.
Environmental Engineering
College of Engineering, National Chung-Hsin University, Taichung, Taiwan
1985

CGEIT - Certified in Governance of Enterprise IT
ISACA - Information Systems Audit and Control Association
September 15, 2015
CISA - Certified Information Systems Auditor
ISACA - Information Systems Audit and Control Association
September 13, 2013
CISM - Certified Information Security Manager
ISACA - Information Systems Audit and Control Association
September 15, 2014
CPHIMS - Certified Professional in Healthcare Information and Management Systems (CPHIMS)
HIMSS - Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society
March 7, 2013
GSNA - Global Information Assurance Certification: Systems and Network Auditor
SANS Institute
May 20, 2013
ITIL-F - IT Infrastructure Library-Foundation Certificate
APMG-International
October 27, 2015

American Educational Research Association
Current
Association for Advanced Computing in Education
Current
Association for Educational Communication and Technology
Current
Association for Information Systems
Current
Organizational Systems Research Association
Current
International Association for Computer Information Systems (IACIS)
2004 - Current
HIMSS
July 2012 - June 2013
ISACA
July 2012 - June 2013
National Business Education Association (NBEA)
2003 - 2004
Member, National Model Curriculum Revision Committee, Organizational Systems Research Association, 2/02 to 2/04.
2002 - 2004
Executive Committee, Learning Technology Development Council, UW System
Current

Improving with Improv: Improvisation as an Innovative Pedagogy in Business and Management Education
Jon Werner, Shekhar Kumta
How to Run a Successful IT Security Audit - Best Practices
Charlie Barr, Randy Dricken, James Haas, John Ottow
Information Exposure Model
Bob Leitheiser
Healthcare IT Capabilities and IT-Enabled Innovative Practices in Regional Healthcare Organizations
Balaji Sankaranarayanan
Redesigning QR Code Ecosystem with Improved Mobile Security
Jiazhen Zhou; Maxwell Hsu
Teaching Writing with Twitter: An Exploration of Social Media Use in Enhancing Business Communication Skills
Lajuan Davis
Organizational Learning in STEM Education Contexts: Analyzing the 'Stickiness' of High Impact Practices
J. Oravec, A. Ciganek, J. Smith
Tweeting toward High-performance Business Communication with Social Networking Tool Twitter to Improve College Students’ Business Writing
Lajuan Davis
Enterprise Data Backup/Loss, Disaster Recovery, & Network Security
Lawrence Brown
Information Security Policy in e-Government Management: Two Case Studies on Internal Revenue Service and Online Voting System
Zhuo Zhang
Wireless (In)Security: An Overview in the Healthcare Industry
D. Norris
Integrating Case Scenarios to Foster Critical Thinking in an Information Security Course
Dan Norris, Univ. of South Carolina
IS/IT Curricular Redesign: When changes are inevitable, whom do we listen to for help?
Elizabeth Regan, Morehead State Univ.; Robert Brookshire, U. of South Carolina
Knowledge Management: The Dark Side
Frank Land, London School of Economics, etc.
Engaging Active Learning and Multimedia Literacy in IT Education
Reengineering an End-user Computing Systems Curriculum: A Case Study
R. Brookshire; S. Hunt; T. Crews
Dynamic e-Group Learning: Forming Community of Practitioners through Course Management Systems.
Learning in e-Groups: The Shift from Groupware to Training Management Portals
Lien, N; Werner, J.
Social Engineering Alert: End-user Prevention Training Based on Information Value Education and Value/Treat Awareness
Norris, D.
Conversations with a Jazz Master: Five Episodes of Philosophical and Psychological Reflection on Learning, Knowledge, Technology and Human Development
Kumta, S; Werner, J.
An Information Technology Model Curriculum Designed for Preparing Knowledge Workers and End-user Support Personnel
Crews, T; Brookshire, R; Hunt, S.
Information Assurance Technical Framework: An End-user Perspective.
Korotka, M., Yin, L.R., and Basu S.C.
E-Business Prospects in the U.S. and China: An Executive Workshop on International Review
From Workplace Learning to Knowledge Management: Implications for Organizational Advancement.
Chao, C.A.
Web-enhanced Formative Assessment as a Tool to Foster Critical Thinking in Medical Education.
Kumta, S.M.
Preparing the Modern Workforce: Computer Competency Defined for 2000 and Beyond.
Norris, D.
A Promotion Website with Interactive Content and Streaming Video.
McGuire, T.A.
Adaptive Technology Literacy in a Computer End-user Technology Curriculum
Norris, D.
Assessing the consequences of technology in education: Issues, problems, and opportunities.
Friedman, S., Urven, L.E., and Schramm, R.
Our CD-ROM experience: A 'triple-crown' event.
McGuire, T.
Dynamic Learning Patterns: Temporal characteristics demonstrated by the learner.
Integration of live video and WWW delivery systems to teach University level science, technology, and society in high schools.
rven, L.E. and Bak, J.D.
Adaptive computer literacy in higher education: An action-based approach.
Norris, D.
Adaptive Computer Literacy: a holistic approach to modern systems.
Norris, D.
The paradox of the World Wide Web in education: An investigation of the links between power, knowledge, and human interest of inquiry.
Lien, H.N. & Jen, I.
Planning and implementing effective computer inservice workshop.
Pan, A.C.
Planning and implementing effective computer inservice workshop.
Pan, A.C.
Enhancing computer literacy curriculum through student creating WWW home pages: An action-based approach.
Pan, A.C.
Reengineering a Learner-centered Curriculum: New Mindsets for Improving General Education through Technology.
Ross, H., Shao, H., & Cottle, C.
Creating a Multimedia Information Center/Kiosk for the libraries.
Krentz, R.F., Norris, D.
Birth of an proactive Instructional Technology Center: A case of system change.
Krentz, R.F.
Creating a new infrastructure for learning: The integration of instructional technology with a new core curriculum.
Cottle, C., Krentz, R., Ross, H., Shao, H.
Multimedia presentation in the information age.
Krentz, R.
Bridging the information gap: Identifying online needs of undergraduates.
Sugar, W.A.
Instructing information-age learner: Development of an online search heuristic.
Sugar, W.A.
Training vs. education in future schools.
Lien, N.
Educational technology vs. educational systems design: a two-way empowering process.

INFORMATION EXPOSURE MODEL: A FRAMEWORK FOR INDIVIDUAL ASSESSMENT OF RISKS AND BENEFITS FROM USING A WEBSITE
Issues in Information Systems
Vol. 16 Iss. III Pg. 99-107
Five Frames to Promote Innovative Business Education: Lessons Learned from the Art and Science of Improv
Decision Science Journal of Innovative Education
Vol. 13 Iss. 3 Pg. 459-483
Perceived Security Risks of Using Quick Response (QR) Codes in Mobile Computing with Smart Phones
Communications in Computer and Information Science/Springer
Teaching Writing with Twitter: An Exploration of Social Media Use in Enhancing Business Communication Skills
The Journal of Research in Business Education
Vol. LV Iss. 1 Pg. 36-52
Triple Jeopardy: Data Backup/Loss, Disaster Recovery, & Network Security
Issues in Information Systems
Vol. XII Iss. 2 Pg. 49-52
Tweeting toward High-performance Business Communication: The Use of Social Networking Tool Twitter to Improve College Students’ Business Writing Skills
Issues in Information Systems
Vol. XII Iss. 1 Pg. 401-406
Information Security Policy in E-Government Management: Two Case Studies on Internal Revenue Service and Virtual Election System
Society of Interdisciplinary Business Research (SIBR) 2011 Conference Proceedings
Learning in Virtual Groups: Identifying Perceived Key Aspects of a Course Management System Impacting Teamwork in an IT Training Course
Information Technology Learning, and Performance Journal
Vol. 25 Iss. 2 Pg. 30-41
Double Jeopardy: Endpoint Computers and Enterprise Data Security
Delta Pi Epsilon Journal
Pg. 160-164
Wireless (In)Security: An Overview in the Healthcare Industry
Issues in Information Systems
Vol. X Iss. 2 Pg. 585-591
Book Review - The Big Switch: Rewiring the World, from Edison to Google
Journal of Information Privacy and Security
Vol. 5 Iss. 2 Pg. 2
From Adoption To Action: Interpreting Technology Constructs for the Small to Medium Enterprise Innovation Success
Issues in Information Systems
Vol. IX Iss. 2 Pg. 594-606
Change Management in IT & MIS Education for Global Competition
Issues in Information Systems
Vol. 8 Iss. 1 Pg. 76-80
An End-user Information Systems Curriculum for the 21st Century
Journal of Computer Information Systems
Vol. XLVII Iss. 3 Pg. 81-88
Conference Proceedings of OSRA 2007 Annual Conference
Organizational Systems Research Association
Assessing Academic Integrity of Information Systems/Information Technology Education: 12 Critical Questions to Ask for Program Review
Issues in Information Systems
Vol. 7 Iss. 1 Pg. 199-203
Dynamic Field Service Automation: Managing Generative Aftermarket Service Supply Chain
International Association for Computers and Industrial Engineering
Change Mismanagement: Lessons Learned from Failed ERP Projects across Different Industries
International Association for Computers and Industrial Engineering
Reengineering an End-user Computing Systems Curriculum: A Case Study
Journal of Computer Information Systems
Vol. XLVII Iss. 3 Pg. 22-33
Rethinking Organizational and End-user Information Systems Curriculum and Research: Issues, Challenges, and Opportunities
Information Technology, Learning, and Performance Journal
Vol. 22 Iss. 3 Pg. 31-35
Information Security Survival Kit: Lifelong End-user Prevention Training for Small to Medium-sized Businesses
Issues in Information Systems
Lifelong e-Learning: A Foundation For Technology Education and Professional Success
Issues in Information Systems
Vol. 6 Iss. 1 Pg. 211-216
Information Assurance Technical Framework and End-user Information Ownership: A Critical Analysis
Journal of Information Privacy and Security
Vol. 1 Iss. 1 Pg. 45-62
Partial Fulfillment for the External Review of the Department of Information Technology
Preparing an Adaptive IT Workforce: The 2004 Organizational and End-User Information Systems Model Curriculum
Issues in Information Systems
Vol. 5 Iss. 2 Pg. 537-543
Social Engineers: The New Hackers
Business Education Forum
Vol. 59 Iss. 1 Pg. 51-53
e-Business and Web Technologies
In C.S. Hunt (Ed.) Curricular Model for Undergraduate Education in Information Technology. Organizational Systems Research Association
Top Ten Human Errors in Electronic Information Security
Business Education Forum
Vol. 58 Iss. 1 Pg. 51-53
Equity Return Probability and Investors' Risk Perception
Journal of Accounting and Finance Research
Vol. 10 Iss. 3
Defining Learning Objectives in Orthopedic Training: A Primer for Trainers
Hong Kong Journal of Orthopedic Surgery
Vol. 6 Iss. 1 Pg. 6-12
Assessing the Consequences of Online Learning: Issues, Problems, and Opportunities at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
. Assessment Update: Progress, Trends, and Practices in Higher Education
Vol. 14 Iss. 2 Pg. 4-5, 13
Web-based Medical Education in Hong Kong: A University Grant Committee Teaching Development Grant Project Report
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater: A Promotional Website with Interactive Content and Streaming Video
Proceedings of American Marketing Association's Symposium for the Marketing of Higher Education
Dynamic Learning Patterns: Temporal Characteristics Demonstrated by the Learner
Journal of Education Multimedia and Hypermedia
Vol. 10 Iss. 3 Pg. 273-284
Integration of live video and WWW delivery systems to teach University level science, technology, and society in high schools
ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 422 880
Presenting Science in a Video-Delivered, Web-based Format
Journal of College Science Teaching
Vol. 30 Iss. 3 Pg. 172-176
Dynamic Learning Patterns
Proceedings of ED-MEDIA 2000 International Conference of Multimedia, Hypermedia, and Telecommunication
UWW Instructional Technology Strategic Plan
The paradox of the World Wide Web in education: An investigation of the links between power, knowledge, and human interest of inquiry
ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 437 019
Dynamic Learning Patterns during Individualized Instruction
School of Education, Indiana University - Bloomington
Integration of live video and WWW Delivery Systems to teach University Level Science, Technology, and Society in High Schools
Proceedings of Distance Learning 98
UWW Instructional Technology Classroom Report
Adaptive Computer Literacy: An Action-based Approach
Proceedings of ED-MEDIA 97 International Conference of Educational Multimedia and Technology
Planning and Implementing Effective Computer Inservice Workshop
Technology and Teacher Education Annual 1996 Proceedings of SITE 96-Society of Information Technology and Teacher Education 7th International Conference
Birth of a Proactive Instructional Technology Center: A Case of System Change
T.H.E. (Technological Horizons in Education) Journal
Vol. 23 Iss. 4 Pg. 86-88

Sunrise Records, Ltd., Taipei, Taiwan.
Taipei, Taiwan
E-Business Consultant, Sunrise Records, Ltd., Taipei, Taiwan. Advise the design and development of the content, consult the e-business strategies for the future growth, and administer the corporate Website for the record company who specializes in Chinese and Taiwanese classical and folk music: http://www.sunrise-records.com
EPIC Resins, Division of Epic Corporation.
Palmyra, WI
Cross-cultural Management Consultant, EPIC Resins, Division of EPIC Corporation. Advise the adequate and sensitive translation of the bilingual business information (both English to Chinese and Chinese to English), consult the cross-cultural business information management strategies reflected on the corporate Website: http://www.epicresins.com http://www.epicresins-asia.com

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