Linda Jo Calloway
Seidenberg School of CSIS
Information Technology NY
- @New York City
Thu (by appointment)
Tue (by appointment)
When solving problems, I find there is nothing quite so practical as a good theory.
Dr. Calloway grew up in beautiful Colorado. Sheis currently Professor of Information Systems at the Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information Systems at Pace University. She earned her PhD and her MA in Management Information Systems at the New York University Stern School, with a minor in Interactive Telecommunications form the New York University Tisch School of the Arts. Her current research interests focus on assessing interactive digital literacy in students from accounting, information systems and computer science. This work has recently been published in the Global Journal of Accounting and Finance, and the Journal of Accounting Information. Her research also focuses on the use of Computer and Information Technology to support sustainability initiatives that improve the lives of people and includes integrating interactive web creativity into curriculum and system design.
Before becoming an academic Dr. Calloway worked as a Systems Programmer for ITT World Communications in New York, as a NASA subcontractor in Cape Canaveral Florida, and at Chevron Research Corporation in California. Dr. Calloway did her undergraduate work at University of Colorado at Boulder and the University of California at Berkeley, where she worked with the Advanced Research Projects Agency. The ARPA project became DARPA, supported by the Department of Defense. The ARPA project worked on the development of multiprogramming and multithread systems.
Dr. Calloway is also a photographer, where she explores the fascinating connections we all have with the natural world and how these connections let us understand our day to day life.
PhD, New York University, 1989
Information Systems/Interactive Telecommunications
M.Phil., New York University, 1985
BA, University of Colorado at Boulder, 1970
English, Mathematics, Philosophy
Awards and Honors
Pforzheimer Research Center, January 01, 2014 - Accepted to Pforzheimer Center Research Forum, 2013-2014
Faculty Council New York City Campus, January 01, 2014 - Kenan Fund for Faculty Development
Cisco Systems, March 24, 2005 - Cisco Professor Professional Security Development
Who's Who of Women in Education, January 1, 2005 - Appointed for inclusion in the Honors Edition of Who's Who of Women in Education
Americas Conference on Information Systems: AMCIS, August 5, 2004 - Certificate of Merit
International Applied Business Research conference, 2004, March 15, 2004 - Best Paper Award
DIGITAL LITERACY AND ACCOUNTING STUDENTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE PROFESSION
O'Callaghan, S., Calloway, L., Walker, J. P., Elson, R., Dwyer, C., Boumediene, S. & Boumediene , S. (2017). Global Journal of Accounting and Finance. Vol Volume 5 (Issue Issue #1) , pages 113-132. http://www.igbr.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/GJAF_Vol_5_No_1_2021.pdf
Digital Literacy: A Comparison Between Non-Native English Speaking Students and Native English Speaking Students
O'Callaghan, S., Calloway, L. J., Elson, R., Walker, J., Boumediene, S. & Boumediene, S. (2021, May 12).
Digital Literacy: What Do Accounting Students Need?
Calloway, L., O'Callaghan, S., Walker, J., Dwyer, C. & Elson, R. (2020, May).
Digital Literacy: Assessing Perceived differences among Computing Students from two nearby Universities
Calloway, L., O'Callaaghan, S., Binbasioglu, M., Walker, J., Dwyer, C. & Elson, R. (2019, August). http://www.researchgate.net/publication/334677945_DIGITAL_LITERACY_ASSESSING_PERCEIVED_DIFFERENCES_AMONG_COMPUTING_STUDENTS_FROM_TWO_NEARBY_UNIVERSITIES
Assessing Perceived Digital Literacy Between Computer Science Majors and Information Systems Majors: A Pilot Study
Calloway, L., O'Callaghan, S., Walker, J., Dwyer, C. & Elson, R. (2019, July (3rd Quarter/Summer)). Global Journal of Business Pedagogy. Vol 2 (Issue 1) , pages 31-46. http://www.igbr.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/GJBP_Vol_2_No_1_2018.pdf
Assessing Perceived Digital Literacy Among Millennials and Generation Z Computing Majors
Calloway, L. (2018, September). Vol 1 (Issue 2) , pages 214. http://www.igbr.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Proceedings-Las-Vegas-2017.pdf
Born in the Morning Rain
Calloway, L. (2017, October (4th Quarter/Autumn) 13). Vol 1 , pages 48. http://Discoveringmeaninginlife.blogspot.com
O'Callaghan, S., Walker, J., Calloway, L., Dwyer, C. & Elson, R. (2017, October 12). Global Business Conference. Assessing Perceived Digital Literacy Between Computer Science Majors and Information Systems Majors: A Pilot Study. Institute for Global Business Research, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Exploring innovative methodologies for information Systems research
Exploring strategic alliances among Information Systems and other disciplines including Performing Arts
Exploring and analyzing undergraduate understanding of and capabilities in Digital LIteracy
Copyright: Born in the Morning Rain
Educational Video [Internet], 2017
Interviewed as a spokesperson and participant in Seidenberg's initiative to serve students with disabilities created by Dr. James Lawler
http://Dmil0.com [Internet], April012015
Discovering Beauty: New York. Blog featuring personal reflections, poetry and photographs
Interview video in support of Pace University disabilities outreach program [TV], September262013
Interviewed by the AHRC NYC inclusion program director in support of teaching students affiliated with the AHRC NYC in regular classes. I have taught four students in four different classes. The date below is a best guess.
Association for Information Systems[Charter and Continuing Member]
Association for Information Systems, various SIGs
Metropolitan Museum of Art[Member]
American Association of University Women[Member]
Association for Information Systems SIGGreen (January
- Tenure and Promotion School committee[Committee Member]
Desc: Evaluated two candidates for Tenure and Promotion, and one candidate for promition to Full Professor
Committee's Key Accomplishments: Our recommendations were carefully considered, and will probably be accepted by the University
- Middle States Assessment [Committee Member]
Desc: Provide guidelines and examples for all the schools in completing the Middle States assessment requirements
Committee's Key Accomplishments: The committee is ongoing. All tasks required so far have been completed.
- Dean Evaluation Committee[Committee Member]
Desc: Responsible for evaluation Dean Hill of the Seidenberg School for reappointment
Committee's Key Accomplishments: Recommended Dr. Hill be reapponted for 5 year term. Appointment recommendation was accepted