Ms. Karen Anne Stark

Ms Karen Stark is a Senior Research Assistant in Information Systems School, Science and Engineering Faculty, Queensland University of Technology (QUT). She has a background in Education, Information Management and Information Systems.

 ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

  • 2000 – Master of Information Technology, Queensland University of Technology
  • 1998 – Graduate Diploma of Library and Information Studies, Queensland University of Technology
  • 1989 – Bachelor of Education, Brisbane College of Advanced Education
  • 1984 – Diploma of Teaching (Secondary), Brisbane College of Advanced Education

AWARDS

  • 2015 – Journal of strategic Information Systems outstanding reviewer award
  • 2013 – QUT Vice Chancellor’s Performance Award
  • 2007 – QUT Faculty of Information Technology outstanding tutor award

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • Chan, T., Fielt, E., Gable, G., & Stark, K. (2010). Business service management white paper – volume 2: Service and Service Quality: Smart Services CRC.
  • Dowling, G., Tickle, A., Stark, K., Rowe, J., & Godat, M. (2005). Animation of complex data communications concepts may not always yield improved learning outcomes. In A. Young & D. Tolhurst (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th Australasian Conference on Computing Education (pp. 151 – 154): Australian Computer Society.
  • Gable, G., Smyth, B., & Stark, K. (2008). An archival analysis of ACIS research papers Proceedings of the 19th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS) (pp. 310-319). Christchurch, New Zealand: University of Canterbury.
  • Gable, G., Stark, K., & Smyth, R. (2007, July 25-28). IS researcher issues. Proceedings of the 2007 International Symposium on Information Systems & Management of the International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking and Mobile Computing (WiCom 2007), Shanghai, China.
  • Goldstein, C., Leisten, S., Stark, K., & Tickle, A. (2005). Using a network simulation tool to engage students in active learning enhances their understanding of complex data communications concepts Proceedings of the 7th Australasian Conference on Computing Education (pp. 223-228): Australian Computer Society.
  • Goldstein, C., Stark, K., Leisten, S., & Tickle, A. (2006). Effectively using a network simulation tool to enhance students’ understanding of computer networking concepts. In N. Sarkar (Ed.), Tools for Teaching Computer Networking and Hardware Concepts (pp. 62-85). Hershey PA: Information Science.
  • Stewart, G., & Stark, K. (2002). Investigating the teaching styles of faculty in information technology. Paper presented at the 13th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS), Melbourne.
  • Stewart, G., Stark, K., & Tweedale, R. (2001). The role of organisational culture in enterprise systems implementation: The development of a meta-theory  Paper presented at the SAP International Congress on Research and Innovation San Diego, Ca.