Information Sciences and Technology Instructor
At Penn State Mont Alto, Dr. Rajabion teaches Information Systems Technology courses including IST 210, IST 260W, IST 220, IST 301, IST 302, IST 331, IST 420, IST 421, and IST 440W. Her primary research interests include IT project management approaches, human computer interaction and usability, e-business in developing countries, e-government and e-municipalities, e-learning and virtual learning, e-banking, active learning and curriculum design, and service learning embedded in course curriculums.Most Recent Publications and Presentations
Rajabion, Lila, and A. Kheirabadi. October 2011. Information Technology – It’s Role in Facilitating the Sharing and Transfer of Knowledge in Small Medium Sized Enterprises, KMIS. Presented at the International Joint Conference on Knowledge Discovery, France, and published in Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge: 275-282.
Rajabion, Lila, A. Kheirabadi, A. Khanjari, and K. Rezae. July 2011. The role of Information Technology on Successful knowledge sharing in knowledge management projects: Case Study. Presented at IADIS, International Conference, Rome, Italy.
Rajabion, Lila, and J. Zanganeh. September 2011. Risk Analysis for Knowledge Management Project by Using PMBOK Guideline and FMEA Techniques: Case Study. Presented at the 12th European Conference on Knowledge Management ECKM, Germany, and published in ECKM 2011 Proceedings.
Rajabion , Lila, F. Alsughair, A. Aldossary, S. Almaghlouth, and N. Abunayan. 2010. Business Process Redesign in Educational Institutes in Middle Eastern Countries. Presented at the 50th Annual IACIS International Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, and published in Issues of Information Systems XI (1).
Ali, Sanayei, and Rajabion, Lila. 2010. E-collaboration and E-commerce. In E-commerce in developing countries. Eplis Press.
Ph.D. in Information Technology, Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, Michigan, 2008.
M.S. in Computer Information Systems, University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit, Michigan, 2001.
B.S. in Computer Science, B.A. in Arts, and Minor in French, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, Canada, 1999.
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