Past research

The Department of Information Systems and Business Analytics has a broad research program spanning the disciplines of information systems and business analytics. 

Specialising in research in visual analytics, our work is supported by the SAS Visual Analytics Lab based at Deakin's Melbourne Burwood Campus. See our publications below.


2014

Quality management of online learning environments: a condensed guide to building distributed leadership for the quality management of online learning environments, Australian Government, Office for Learning and Teaching, Sydney, NSW

Authors: Holt, Dale; Palmer, Stuart; Quealy, James; Munro, Judy; Solomonides, Ian; Gosper, Maree; Louka, Amgad; Allan, Garry; Hollenbeck, Robert; Hicks, Margaret; and Sankey, Michael.

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Quality management of online learning environments: an evidence-based approach to implementing the 6EOLE Quality Management Framework, Australian Government, Office for Learning and Teaching, Sydney, NS

Authors: Holt, Dale; Palmer, Stuart; Quealy, James; Munro, Judy; Solomonides, Ian; Gosper, Maree; Louka, Amgad; Allan, Garry; Hollenbeck, Robert; Hicks, Margaret; and Sankey, Michael.

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Building multi-modal crime profiles with growing self organising maps, in Muda, Azah Kamilah; Choo, Yun-Huoy; Abraham, Ajith and Srihari, Sargur N. (eds), Computational Intelligence in Digital Forensics: Forensic Investigation and Applications, pp. 97–124, Springer, Cham, Switzerland

Authors: Boo, Yee Ling and Alahakoon, Damminda.

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Supporting decision making: the BI sweet spot, in Phillips-Wren, Gloria; Carlsson, Sven; Respicio, Ana and Brezillon, Patrick (eds), DSS 2.0: Supporting Decision Making with New Technologies, pp. 279–290, IOS Press, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Authors: Gendron, Michael; Yeoh,William and Swarr, Robert.

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Using technology solutions to streamline healthcare processes for nursing: the case of an intelligent operational planning support tool (IOPST) solution, in Wickramasinghe, Nilmini; Al-Hakim, Latif; Gonzalez, Chris and Tan, Joseph (eds), Lean Thinking for Health Care, pp. 405–430, Springer, New York, NY

Authors: Wickramasinghe, Nilmini; Kent, Bridie; Moghimi, Fatemeh Hoda; Stien, Malte; Nguyen, Lemai; Redley, Bernice; Taylor, Nyree and Botti, Mari.

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