Dr. Anna McNab
Associate Professor of Management
- Office Location:
- Bisgrove Hall, Room 254F
- Office Hours:
- Spring 2017: M 10-12 & 6-7, T 11-12 & W 10-12
- Curriculum Vitae:
Dr. McNab joined the faculty in August 2009 after receiving her Ph.D. from Washington State University. Her dissertation research examined the use of color-coding and location ordering in customer support and emergency response systems designed to support faster information selection. She also holds an M.B.A. and undergraduate degree in business administration, double-majoring in management information systems and operations management, both from Washington State University.
Her research interests include human-computer interactions in information retrieval context, user acceptance of information systems, motivations for joining online communities and examination of methods used in IS research. Dr. McNab's research has appeared in MIS Quarterly, The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems, AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interactions, Journal of Organizational Computing and E-Commerce, Electronic Markets, Journal of Health Communication and Mass Communication and Society as well as various proceedings of national and international conferences. Dr. McNab has also written articles for various blogs.
Dr. McNab serves on the University's Planning Council as well as its Academic Senate in addition to several other committees. She is an active member of the Association for Information Systems (AIS) and its special interest group on human-computer interaction (SIG HCI). She is currently serving as a secretary & treasurer for SIG HCI and has also been involved as a co-chair for several years for an HCI mini-track at the Americas Conference on Information Systems. She is a member of Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society.
Dr. McNab is currently on her sabbatical leave and is working as a product strategist at Platform, a Design Agency specializing on mobile app and web design.
Focus of Teaching
- MGT 308 - E-Commerce Essentials
- MGT 390 - Operations and Information Management
- MGT 651 - Strategic MIS