`Jon (Sean) Jasperson

Assistant Dean of Learning Transformation & Academic Technology
Clinical Professor


Professor Jasperson earned his Ph.D. in Business Administration with an emphasis in Information Management Science from Florida State University. His research interests include the adoption, use, management, and implementation of information technology in organizational settings. In particular, he is interested in how organizations give incentive to their employees to use IT in their work. His research has been published in MIS Quarterly, Communications of the ACM,Communications of the AIS, Journal of Information Systems Education, Information Systems Journal, Journal of Information Systems, and the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association.

His research entitled “Power and Information Technology Research: A Metatriangulation Review” about the role of power and information technology in organizations was recognized as the best paper published in MIS Quarterly during 2002.

His teaching emphasis is on systems development and database management systems. He has taught a number of management information systems courses in the areas of systems analysis and design, object-oriented systems development, accounting information systems, decision support systems, expert systems, programming languages, introductory MIS concepts, introduction to operations management, and quantitative methods for business decision making.

Research Interests

IT Adoption | Individual IT Use | IT Implementation


Title Year Type

How are Health Professionals Using Health Information Exchange Systems? Measuring Usage for Evaluation and System Improvement

Journal of Medical Systems

2012 Article

Factors Associated with Health Information Exchange System Usage in a Safety-Net Ambulatory Care Clinic Setting

Journal of Medical Systems

2011 Article

Use of a Health Information Exchange System in the Emergency Care of Children

BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, Vol. 11, #78

2011 Article