Bilquis Ferdousi, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Information Assurance
Information Security & Applied Computing
206 E Roosevelt Hall
EducationPh.D. in Information Systems
Master of Science in Information Systems
Interests and Expertise
- IA213-Privacy and Technology
- IA240-Intalligence Analysis I
- IA427-Digital Forensic I
- IA651-Enterprise Incidence Response
- IA681-Advance Intrusion Detection
- Ferdousi, B. (2017). Factors affect students’ adoption of digital technology in learning process. The 2017 ATMAE Conference Proceedings, Cincinnati, OH.
- Ferdousi, B. (2016). Effective integration of advanced mobile technology for course delivery in information technology programs.Proceedings of The 2016 IAJC/ISAM Joint International Conference, Orland, FL.
- Ferdousi, B. (2016). Addressing student retention and persistence issue in online classes. American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) North Central Section Conference Proceedings, Central Michigan University, MI
- Ferdousi, B. & Bari, J. (2015). Infusing mobile technology into undergraduate courses for effective learning. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 176, 307–311.
- Ferdousi, B. & Levy, Y. (2010). Development and validation of a model to investigate the impact of individual factors on instructors’ intention to use e-learning systems. Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects, 6.
- Ferdousi, B. (2009). Determinants of information technology acceptance: A review of technology acceptance model. In Proceedings of the Fifth Annual SC Upstate Research Symposium-2009, Spartanburg, SC, 48-51.