Dr. Nicole Buzzetto-More
Ed.D., Columbia University
2109 Kiah Hall
» Curriculum Vitae
Originally from New York, New York, Dr. Nicole A. Buzzetto-More is an Associate Professor of Management as well as the Business Education program coordinator, and Assurance of Learning coordinator in the Department of Business, Management, and Accounting at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. She is also Director of the Maryland State Department of Education Program Affiliate for Business, Management, and Finance as well as co-Founder of the UMES Office of Instructional Technology. She is a Microsoft Certified Trainer and a Certified Microsoft Office Master. She received doctorate and masters degrees Columbia University and earned a post doctorate from Tulane University. She also earned a masters from the College of New Rochelle and a bachelors from Marist College. Dr. Buzzetto-More is a frequent invited presenter at conferences across the globe; has authored numerous publications; and has been recognized with awards from the American Distance Education Consortium, Global Digital Business Association, In-SITE, and the Informing Science Institute. Recently, she was named a Fellow of the Informing Science Institute. She is on the editorial board of several journals including a senior editor of the Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Object (IJELLO); a senior editor of the renowned Journal of Information Technology Education (JITE); and an editor of the International Journal of Doctoral Studies. She is also on the review board of five additional journals including the renowned Educause Quarterly; and serves as a paper reviewer for a number of international, national, and regional conferences.
She has authored numerous publications in referred journals and won four best paper awards. She published two books in 2007, Principles of Effective Online Teaching and Advanced Principles of Effective ELearning. In 2010 her third book The E-Portfolio Paradigm: Informing, Educating, Assessing, and Managing with E-Portfolios was published by the Informing Science Press. She has also written nine book chapters, including chapters in the Cheal et al 2012 Transformation in Teaching: Social Media Strategies in Higher Education, Song and Kidd (2009) Handbook of Research on Human Performance and Instructional Technology, and Leaning (2008) Issues in Information and Media Literacy.
Dr. Buzzetto-More serves on a number of committees, is active in several professional organizations, and maintains graduate faculty status. She also serves on committees supervising the research of Ph.D. students. She resides in Salisbury with her husband and two sons.
» Business Communications
» Business Software Applications
» Advanced Business Application Techniques
» Business Ethics
» Ethical, Economic, and Managerial Considerations of Information Systems
» Office Management
» Curriculum and Instruction in Business Education
» The use of digital technologies to augment teaching and learning
» Alternative assessment techniques including portfolio and e-portfolios
» Diversity and equity in higher education
» The history and evolution of technology
» The impact of technology on human life, scholarship, and professional practice
» Virtual reality and avatars
» The digital divide
» Hegemony and globalization
 Buzzetto-More, N. (2012). Social Networking in Undergraduate Management Education. International Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management. 7(1).
 Buzzetto-More, N. (2010). Assessing the efficacy and effectiveness of an e-portfolio used for summative assessment. International Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects. 6 45-62.
 Buzzetto-More, N. (2010). Management and Social Networking: Changing Roles. Global Digital Business Review. 4(1)79-84.
 Buzzetto-More, N., Ukoha, O. & Rustagi, N. (2010). Unlocking the barriers to women and minorities in computer science and information systems studies: Results from a multi-methodolical study conducted at two minority serving institutions. Journal of Information Technology Education 9(1) 115-132.
 Buzzetto-More, N. & Ukoha, O. (2009). The perceptions of at risk students before and after completing a pre college preparation program. Review of Business and Technology research. 2(1) 1-4.
 Buzzetto-More, N. & Ukoha, O. (2009). The Efficacy Of A Web-Based Instruction And Remediation Program On Student Learning. Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology Education. 6 142-167.
 Buzzetto-More, N., & Mitchell, B. (2009). Student Performance and Perceptions in a Web-Based Competitive Computer Simulation. Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects. 5 74-90 Available at http://ijklo.org/Volume5/IJELLOv5p073-090Buzzetto654.pdf
 Buzzetto-More, N & Alade, A. (2008). The Pentagonal e-portfolio model for selecting, adopting, building, and implementing an e-portfolio. Journal of Information Technology Education. 7 184-208.
 Buzzetto-More, N. (2008). Student Perceptions of Various E-Learning Components. Interdisciplinary Journal of Elearning and Learning Object. 4 113-135 http://ijklo.org/Volume4/IJELLOv4p113-135Buzzetto413.pdf
 Buzzetto-More, N. (2008). Faculty Professional Development for E-Learning Success. Global Digital Business Review. 3(1). 144-151.
 Buzzetto-More, N. & Ukoha, O. (2008). Student Satisfaction with Web Based Mathematics Instruction. Global Digital Business Review. 3(1) 126-134
 Buzzetto-More, N. (2008). Meeting the Professional Development Needs of University Faculty to Increase E-Learning Adoption. Journal of Global Information Technology. 3(1). 42-52
 Ukoha, O. & Buzzetto-More, N. (2007). Application of Tinto’s Retention Model Constructs on At-Risk First Generation College Students Using Confirmatory Analysis. Global Digital Business Review. 2(2) 32-39
 Buzzetto-More, N., Hummer, W., & Burza, W. (2007). Examination of a Web Based Homework Intervention Program in Basic Accounting Courses. Global Digital Business Review. 2(2). 8-16
 Buzzetto-More, N., Sweat-Guy, R., & Elobeid, M. (2007). Reading in A Digital Age: E-Books as Learning Object. International Journal of Knowledge and Learning Objects. 3 239-250 http://www.ijklo.org/Volume3/IJKLOv3p239-250Buzzetto.pdf
 Buzzetto-More, N. & Sweat-Guy, R. (2007). The Technology Ownership and Information Acquisition Habits of HBCU Freshmen. Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management. 2(1). 59-72. http://ijikm.org/Volume2/IJIKMv2p059-072Buzzetto252.pdf
 Sweat-Guy, R., & Buzzetto-More, N. (2007). A Comparative Analysis of Common E-Portfolio Platforms and Available Features. Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology Education.. 5(1). 327-342. http://proceedings.informingscience.org/InSITE2007/IISITv4p327-342Guy255.pdf
 Buzzetto-More, N. & Alade, A. (2007). Najbolji postupci u e-procjeni znanja (drugi dio). Casopis Edupoin. Croatian Academic and Research Network. Travanj 2007. / godište VII / ISSN 1333-5987 (http://www.carnet.hr/casopis/54/clanci/1?CARNetweb)
 Buzzetto-More, N. & Sweat-Guy, R. (2007). Digital Natives: Exploring the Technology Experiences and Uses of the Millennium Generation. Journal of Global Information Technology. 1(12) 78-87
 Buzzetto-More, N. (2006). Navigating the Virtual Forest: How Networked Digital Technologies Can Foster Transgeographic Learning. Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology Education. Volume 3, 2006. http://informingscience.org/proceedings/InSITE2006/IISITBuzz118.pdf
 Buzzetto-More, N. & Alade, A. (2006). Best Practices in E-Assessment. Journal of Information Technology Education. Volume 5, 2006. http://www.jite.org/documents/Vol5/v5p251-269Buzzetto152.pdf
 Buzzetto-More, N. (2006). Guidelines and Standards for the Development of Fully Online Learning Objects. Interdisciplinary Journal of Knowledge and Learning Objects. 2 http://www.ijklo.org/Volume2/v2p095-104Buzzetto.pdf
 Buzzetto-More, N., & Guy, R. (2006). Incorporating the Hybrid Learning Model into Minority Education at a Historically Black University. Journal of Information Technology Education. Volume 5, 2006. http://www.jite.org/documents/Vol5/v5p153-164Buzzetto130.pdf
 Buzzetto-More, N. (2006). The Story Of Black Rock: How An Early Sustainable Forest Spawned The American Environmental Movement And Gave Birth To A Unique Consortium That Links Science, Conservation, And Education. Hudson Valley Review: A Journal of Regional Studies. Spring, 2006. http://www.hudsonrivervalley.net/HRVR_22.1.pdf
 Buzzetto-More, N. (2006). Using Electronic Portfolios to Build Information Literacy. Global Digital Business Review, 1(1), 147-152.
Buzzetto-More, N. & Sweat-Guy, R., Jewell, C. (2006). Technology Backgrounds of Freshmen Students at Two Historically Black Universities. Global Digital Business Review, 1(1), 87-93.