Conestoga College Logo - Home Page

Name Jane Gravill
School School of Business & Hospitality
Program

Bachelor of Business Administration – International Business Management

Bachelor of Accounting, Auditing & Information Technology


Academic and Professional Designations
  • PhD, Information Systems
  • MBA
  • PMP (Project Management Professional)
  • ISP (Information Systems Professional)
Title Professor
Courses Taught
  • MGMT72095 Project Management with International Applications
  • INFO71400 Management Information Systems
  • COMP72105 Information Management
  • COMP72370 Information Systems Management
Areas of Expertise & Interest
  • Information Systems
  • Project Management
  • Team Building
Industry Experience, Professional Currency Activities

15 years in practice implementing various types of Management Information Systems projects (i.e. ERP, DSS, OA, Call Centre) and related infrastructure within firms.

Major Research Projects, Scholarly Activities, and/or Publications

Academic Publications:

 

Gravill, J. and Compau, C. (2008) "Self-Regulated Learning and Computer Software Training", Information and Management, (45):5, pp 288-296.

 

Gravill, J., Compau, D. and Marcolin, B.  (2006) "Experience Effects on the Accuracy of Self-Assessed user Competence", Information and Management, (43):1, pp 378-394.

 

Wade, M. and Gravill, J. (2003).  "Diversification and performanceof Japanese IT subsidiaries:  A resource based view", Information and Management, (40):4, pp 305-316.

 

Textbook Contributions:

 

Compeau, D., Gravell, J., Haggerty, N., & Kelley, H. "Computer Self-efficiency: A Review".  In P. Zhang & D. Galletta (eds.). Human-Computer Interaction in Management Information Systems. (Volume 1:  Foundations).  M.E. Sharpe.  2005.

 

Schneberger, S. and Movold (Gravill), J. (2001). Legal Aspects of E-Commerce:  Cases and Context, 1st Edition, Chapter 3, edited by David R. Canton.  McGraw-Hill of Burr Ridge, Illinois.

 

Schneberger, S. and Movold (Gravill), J.  (2001).  "Enerline Restorations Inc.:  Stay with an ASP?", Laudon, J. and Laudon, K., Information Systems, 7th Edition, Pearson.

 

Ongoing Research Projects:

 

Self-regulated Learning Strategies and Student Success

 

Additional Information I enjoy the diversity of learning styles and challenges involved in facilitating students’ learning experience toward achieving success, and ultimately a rewarding career.



Conestoga College Logo
Back To Top