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Dr. Kevin Floyd

Kevin Floyd

Associate Dean and Professor
School of Information Technology

Phone: 478.471.2801

  • Macon - Professional Sciences and Conference Center - 316
Office Hours: By Appointment. Please call 478-471-2801.
Courses: ITEC 5140 - Graduate Research Methods in IT

Other courses taught:

Introduction to Computer Programming
Database Principles
Web Development
Web Programming
Web Applications Development
Senior Capstone
Education: Ed.D., Higher Education Administration, Georgia Southern University (2010)
M.S., Applied Computer Science, Columbus State University (2003)
B.S., Information Technology, Middle Georgia State College (2000)
Awards and Honors: Awarded an Affordable Learning Georgia Textbook Transformations-At-Scale Grant in the amount of $28,700.00. The purpose of this transformation is to develop a series of web-based web applications development course materials including tutorials and references covering the topics of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, MySQL database, and XML to replace existing four textbooks used in three ITEC courses at Middle Georgia State College
Publications: Floyd, K., & Yerby, J. (2014). Information systems faculty perceptions of ethical work climate
and job satisfaction. Journal of the Southern Association for Information Systems, 2(1), 1-24.

Yurov, K.M., Beasley S.W., Kwak M., and Floyd, K.S. (2014). An Initial Study of Educational Game Applications Supporting the STEM Education in K-12 Systems. Online Journal of Applied Knowledge Management, 2(1), 169-179.

Beasley, S., & Floyd, K. (2013). Low-cost, holistic approach to active learning in information technology. Issues in Information Systems, 14(2), 47-53.

Yerby, J., & Floyd, K. (2013, March).A preliminary investigation of traditional education vs.
fully-online education in information technology. Proceedings of the
Southern Association for Information Systems, USA, 213-218.

Ashford, T., Floyd, K., & Koohang, A. (2012, March). The importance of acquiring the security
domains’ knowledge and skills in students’ educational experience. Proceedings of the
Southern Association for Information Systems, USA, 6-11.

Floyd, K., Yerby, J. (2012,March). Information Systems Faculty Perceptions of Ethical Work Climate and Job Satisfaction.Proceedings of the Southern Association for Information Systems, USA, 72-77. http://sais.aisnet.org/2012/Proceedings.pdf.

Yerby, J., Floyd, K., & Morrison, J. (2012). Design and implementation of a network lab to enhance undergraduate networking and information assurance curriculum in baccalaureate degree program: A case study. Issues in Information Systems,13(1), 321-330.

Kwak, M., Yurov, K., Floyd, K., Rigole, N., Yurova, Y. (2012, October). A survey of the intent
to pursue graduate studies in information technology. Proceedings of the International
Assocation for Computer Information Systems, USA, 35.

Koohang, A., Floyd, K., Stewart, C. (2011). Design of an open source learning objects authoring
tool: The lo creator. Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects, 7, 111-123.

Koohang, A., Floyd, K., Smith, T., &Skovira, R. (2010). The hype of using social networking as
a tool for learning in e-learning. Issues in Information Systems, 11(2), 30-36.

Koohang, A., Riley, E., Smith, T., Floyd, K. (2010). Design of an information technology
undergraduate program to produce it versatilists. Journal of Information Technology
Education, 9, 99-113.

Koohang, A., Floyd, K. S., Spiers, R., & Riley, E. (2009). Design, implementation, and
assessment of an information technology senior capstone course. Issues in Information
Systems (IIS) Journal,X(1), 22-27.

Behling, S., Floyd, K. S., Smith, T. J., Koohang, A.,&Behling, R. (2009). Manager perspectives
on employees information technology fraud issues within
companies and organizations. Issues in Information Science, X(2), 76-81.

Harrington, S. J., & Floyd, K. S.

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