Joni K. Adkins

Joni K. Adkins

Northwest Missouri State University
Education Background
Doctorate in Business Administration, Management emphasis, Anderson University, Anderson, Indiana, May 2011
Masters of Business Administration, Management Information Systems emphasis, Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, Missouri, April 2001
B.S. Secondary Education, Business Education and B.S. Office Information Systems, Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, Missouri, May 1995
Teaching Background 
Associate Professor, Information Systems Northwest Missouri State University, August 2016-Present
Assistant Professor, Information Systems Northwest Missouri State University, August 2011-2016
Instructor Northwest Missouri State University, August 2001-July 2011
Research Field
Refereed Articles
Adkins, J. K. (2018). Active learning and formative assessment in a user-centered design course. Information Systems Education Journal, 16(4), 34-40. Toomey, D., Adkins, J., Chappell, S., and Graves, C. (2017). Knacktive: An interdisciplinary classroom experience that prepares students for a career in advertising by simulating real-world agency work. Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice 17(6), 98-104. (Acceptance rate: 20%, Adkins contribution: 20%)
Adkins, J. K. & Linville, D. R. (2017). Testing frequency in an introductory computer programming course. Information Systems Education Journal, 15(3), 22-28. (Acceptance rate: Under 40%, Adkins contribution: 50%) Adkins, J. (2016). Progression of a Data Visualization Assignment, Information Systems Education Journal, 14(6), 20-26. (Acceptance rate: Under 40%) Linville, D., Spradling, C., Adkins, J., Moulder, R., Ingram, J., & Martin, L. (April, 2015). University, K-12, and businesses collaborate in professional advisory team. Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges. 30(5), 113-114. (Acceptance rate: 100%, Adkins contribution: 25%) Hare, B., Adkins, J., Berkstresser, C., Mirielli, E., and Webster, L. (2015, April). Panel: Flipping the Classroom in Introductory CS Courses. Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges. 30(5), 167. (Acceptance rate: 100%, Adkins contribution: 20%) Adkins, J. K. (2014). Relevance of Student Resources in a Flipped MIS Classroom. Information Systems Education Journal, 12(2), 4-9. http://isedj.org/2014-12/ ISSN: 1545-679X. (Acceptance rate: Under 40%) Adkins, J. (2014). Book review of Too Big to Ignore: The Business Case for Big Data, Regional Business Review, 33,96-97. Adkins, J. (August 2013). Virtual teams and synchronous presentations: An online class experience. Information Systems Education Journal, 11(4), 61-65. (Acceptance rate: Under 40%)
Adkins, J. (2012). Active learning with Google presentations. The Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, 27(5), 229-230. (Acceptance rate unknown)
Adkins, J. (2012). Book review of Blown to Bits: Your Life, Liberty, and Happiness After the Digital Explosion. Regional Business Review, 31. 78-79.
Adkins, J. (2011). Cognitive skills, self-efficacy, and domain knowledge: Effects on spreadsheet quality. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Anderson University, Anderson, Indiana.
Kenkel, C. S. & Adkins, J. (2008). “Résumé writing: Why wait until the end of the course?” The Balance Sheet. 
Adkins, J., Kenkel, C., and Lim, C. (2005) "Deterrents to online academic dishonesty." The Journal of Learning in Higher Education, 1(1), 17-22.
Poster Session
Tu, C. & Adkins, J. (2017). "Complying with BYOD Security Policies: A Moderation Model.” Presented by Tu, C. at Techno logy, Knowledge and Society 2017 Conference, May 25, 2017. (Acceptance rate unknown; Adkins contribution"20%)