Cynthia L. Corritore, PhD
Cynthia L. Corritore, PhD

Cynthia L. Corritore, PhD

Professor
Heider College of Business

Expertise/Specializations

  • Information/Data Visualization
  • Visual Data Analytics
  • Tableau
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • User Experience (UX) Design and Evaluation
  • Online Trust
  • Online Teaching Pedagogies
  • Teaching with Technology
  • Advanced Pedagogies in Teaching

Academic Appointments

Department

  • Business Intelligence and Analytics

Position

  • Professor

Education

  • Ph.D in Computer Science, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, 1995
  • Masters in Computer Science, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, 1991
  • Masters of Nursing, University of Nebraska Medical Center, 1981

Publications and Presentations

Books

  • Corritore, C., Wiedenbeck, S., & Kracher, B. Foundations of trust for eHealth in Human Centered Design of E-Health Technologies: Concepts, Methods & Applications. Eds. Prof Dr. Martina Ziefle & Dr. Carsten Rocker, RWTH Aachen University, Germany, IGI Global: Pennsylvania, 2011

Articles

  • Gallo, P., York, A., & Corritore, C. Trusting the simplicity of the ultimate question: A customer satisfaction approach to student evaluations of teaching, Innovative Higher Education, 2015
  • Love, B., Corritore, C., Hodge, A., & Ernst, D. Inquiry-based learning and the flipped classroom model, PRIMUS, 2015
  • Corritore, Cynthia L., Wiedenbeck, Susan, Kracher, Beverly J., Marble, Robert P. Online trust and health information websites, International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction (IJTHI), 8, 92-115, 2012
  • Corritore, C., Wiedenbeck, S., Kracher, B., & Marble, R. Online trust and health information websites, Journal of Doctoral Nursing Practice, 8, 92-115, 2012
  • Chen, L., Corritore, C. L. A Theoretical Model of Nomadic Culture: Assumptions, Values, Artifacts, and the Impact on Employee Job Satisfaction, Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 22, 26, 2008
  • Corritore, C. L., Gaspers, J. Addressing the Challenge: Report of an Active Cross-Disciplinary Approach to Teaching Undergraduate Students, Journal of Informatics Education Research, 2006
  • Kracher, B., Corritore, C. L. Is there a special E-commerce ethics?, Business Ethics Quarterly, 14, 71-94, 2004
  • Corritore, C. L., Kracher, B., Wiedenbeck, S. On-line trust: concepts, evolving themes, a model, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 58, 737-758, 2003
  • Kracher, B. J., Corritore, C. L., Wiedenbeck, S. A foundation for understanding online trust in electronic commerce., Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 3, 131-141, 2003
  • Wiedenbeck, S., Corritore, C. L., Kracher, B. Preliminary testing of a model for online trust, Asist 2002: Proceedings of the 65th Asist Annual Meeting, Vol 39, 2002, 39, 543-544, 2002
  • Corritore, C. L., Wiedenbeck, S. An exploratory study of program comprehension strategies of procedural and object-oriented programmers, International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 54, 1-23, 2001

Publications

  • Marble, R. P., Kracher, B. J., Corritore, C. L., Wiedenbeck, S. Online trust and heath information websites., Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Workshop on HCI Research in MIS, Montreal., 25-29, 2007

Presentations

  • Gallo, P., Corritore, C., & York, A. Trusting the simplicity of the ultimate question: A customer satisfaction approach to SETs. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 2015
  • Love, B. & Corritore, C. Using the flipped classroom for inquiry-based learning. 17th Annual Legacy of R.L. Moore - IBL Conference. Denver, CO, 2014
  • Corritore, C. Successful online courses: Back to basics with successful business approaches. Online presentation http://www.slideshare.net/cindycc/corritore-back-to-basics-poster?from=year_end_email, 159 views, Eighth Annual Sloan-C International Conference on Online Learning, Orlando, FL, 2010
  • Corritore, C. Coming full circle: Are we becoming more human? Invited Keynote, 2010 International Arab Conference on e-Technology (IACe-T'2010), Kuwait Open University, Kuwait, 2010

Research and Scholarship

Research and Scholarship Interests

  • My current research interests are related to use of teachnology and cutting-edge pedagogies to increase student engagement, student ownership of learning, and increase learning. 
    I also am interested in visualization and use of technology in older adults.