Mr. Chris Barry M.COMM, H.DIP.
| Chris holds a B.Comm., M.Comm. and a H. Dip in Ed., all from NUI Galway. He has
taught in a wide range of information systems areas and has contributed
significantly to the development of the information systems discipline at the
university. Chris’s research interests lie in the areas of systems analysis and
design, Web systems development, usability and information systems ethics. He
also has significant consulting experience, having worked on systems development
and training projects with firms such as Bord na Mona, Bank of Ireland, Envision
Marketing Consultants and Fintrax Teo. Currently he is Programme Director of the
M.Sc. in Information Systems Management and a member of the post-graduate course
Torres, A, Barry, C. and Hogan, M. (2009). Opaque Web Practices Among Low-Cost Carriers. Journal of Air Transport Management, 15, 1-9. (journal article)
Barry, C. and Torres, A. (2009) Tricks and Clicks - How Low-Cost Carriers Ply their Trade through Self-Service Websites, in Oliver, David; Romm Livermore, Celia; Sudweeks, Fay (Eds.), Self-Service in the Internet Age - Expectations and Experiences, Springer, New York. (book chapter)
Barry, C., Conboy, K., Lang, M., Wojtkowski , W., & Wojtkowski, G. (eds) (2009) Information Systems Development: Challenges in Practice, Theory and Education (Volumes 1 & 2). Springer: New York. ISBN 978-0-387-30403-8. (edited book)
Chris has taught for more than twenty years in a wide range of information systems topics to under-graduate and post-graduate students, including Web and multimedia systems development, management decision systems, systems analysis and design techniques and methodologies, information systems management, enterprise systems and information systems ethics.
Current Postgraduate Students
|Patrick Carr, Masters - Research - Master of Science (Business Information Systems) - Co-supervisor (1)|