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My current research stream delves into the intersection of technology and learning pedagogy, exploring innovative approaches to enhance educational experiences. By examining the latest advancements in technology, I aim to develop effective methodologies that foster deeper understanding and engagement among students. This research not only contributes to the academic discourse surrounding modern education but also strives to prepare the next generation of learners for success in an increasingly tech-driven world.

Fintech curricula: a survey of IS, accounting, and finance department chairs

This article discusses the increasing demand for education in Financial Technology (FinTech) due to the industry’s rapid growth since the “Fintech Revolution” in 2017. It highlights the current lack of consensus and standardized curriculum for FinTech education in universities and presents findings from a study that examines the state of FinTech curricula.

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Does sample size matter in qualitative IS studies?

This study examines 83 IS qualitative studies in leading IS journals for the following purposes: (a) identifying the extent to which IS qualitative studies employ best practices of justifying sample size; (b) identifying optimal ranges of interviews for various types of qualitative research; and (c) identifying the extent to which cultural factors (such as journal of publication, number of authors, world region) impact sample size of interviews.

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