Gregory W. Hislop

Professor
Information Science

Gregory W. Hislop

Professor
Information Science

Biography

Dr. Hislop’s disciplinary home at CCI is with the Software Engineering faculty. His scholarly interests span computing education research, technology in education and software engineering. His current efforts focus on humanitarian open source software projects, computing curriculum development and sharing, and online education.

Research Interests

Information technology for teaching and learning, online education, structure and organization of the information disciplines, computing education research, software evaluation and characterization

Academic Distinctions

  • PhD, Drexel University, College of Information Science and Technology, 1993
    • Fields: IS Design and Evaluation; IS Management
    • Dissertation: Assessing the Potential for Software Reuse
  • MSc, Queen's University, Dept. of Computing, 1976
    • Field: Computing Science
    • Project: A Simple Clustering Algorithm for Information Retrieval
  • BA, Georgetown University, 1975
    • Major: Economics; Minor: Computer Science
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