Research

My research interests include:

  • Design science research (DSR)
  • How DSR can help improve the outputs of IS research (especially in terms of making research more relevant to practitioners)
  • Information technology (IT) and learning
  • Gamification
  • Online citizen science

Publications

Journals

Doyle, C., Sammon, D., and Neville, K. 2016. “A Design Science Research (DSR) Case Study: Building an Evaluation Framework for Social Media Enabled Collaborative Learning Environments (SMECLEs),” Journal of Decision Systems (25:1), pp. 125-144. Link

Doyle, C., Neville, K., and Sammon, D. 2016. “Evaluating the Effectiveness of Social Media Enabled Collaborative Learning Environments (SMECLEs),” Journal of Decision Systems (25:1), pp. 106-124. Link

Doyle, C., Sammon, D., and Neville, K. 2015. “Building an Evaluation Framework for Social Media-Enabled Collaborative Learning Environments (SMECLEs),” Journal of Decision Systems (24:3), pp. 298-317. Link

Conferences

Doyle, C., Sammon, D., Neville, K., and Mirkovski, K., “Design Principles for Building Social Media Enabled Collaborative Learning Environments,” Tasmania. Australasian Conference on Information Systems, December 2017. Link

Nagle, T., Sammon, D., and Doyle, C., “Insights into Practitioner Design Science Research,” pp. 414-428, Germany, International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems, June 2017. Link

Nagle, T., David S., and Doyle, C. (2016) ‘Meeting in The Middle: Bridging The Practice Research Divide From Both Sides’, European Conference on Information Systems, 1-13. Link

Doyle, C., Neville, K. and Sammon, D. (2014) ‘What’s Trending in IS Social Media Research’, iFip WG 8.3 DSS 2.0, 557-568. Link

Neville. K, Doyle, C., Mueller, J. and Sugrue, A. (2013) ‘Supporting Cross Border Emergency Management Decision-Making’, European Conference on Information Systems, 1-7. Awarded “Best Research-in-Progress” paper. Link

Doyle, C., Sammon, D. and Neville, K. (2012) ‘How to Evaluate Social Media Enabled Collaborative Learning Environments’, 6th European Conference on Information Management and Evaluation.

Thesis

Doyle, C. (2015). ‘Social media enabled collaborative learning environments: a design science research approach’. PhD Thesis, University College Cork. Link