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Stephanie Morgan

Stephanie Morgan is an Associate Dean, Education, for the Faculty of Business & Law, Kingston University, responsible for all aspects of learning and teaching, QA/QE, accreditations, and the student experience. She is a registered Occupational Psychologist. Her research interests include the use of technology in education and employee responses to technology change, particularly IT outsourcing. She publishes widely in both business and educational journals.

Publications

Measuring the Social Impact: How Social Media Affects Higher Education Institutions
Vladlena Benson, Stephanie Morgan. © 2018. 18 pages.
Effective social media usage has particular challenges for HE institutions. The many opportunities afforded by social media, increasingly demanded by students, have negative...
Justifying the ROI of Social Media Investment in Education
Vladlena Benson, Stephanie Morgan. © 2016. 13 pages.
To invest or not to invest? In the context of Higher Education, the decision around social media adoption is ultimately driven by the end users—students—increasingly demanding in...
Implications of Social Media Use in Personal and Professional Settings
Vladlena Benson, Stephanie Morgan. © 2015. 362 pages.
Social technology is quickly becoming a vital tool in our personal, educational, and professional lives. However, while social networking helps the world stay connected, its use...
Cutting-Edge Technologies and Social Media Use in Higher Education
Vladlena Benson, Stephanie Morgan. © 2014. 436 pages.
The inclusion of social media in higher education has transformed the way instructors teach and students learn. In order to effectively reach their students in this networked...
Justifying the ROI of Social Media Investment in Education
Vladlena Benson, Stephanie Morgan. © 2014. 14 pages.
To invest or not to invest? In the context of Higher Education, the decision around social media adoption is ultimately driven by the end users—students—increasingly demanding in...
A Framework for Knowledge Management in Higher Education Using Social Networking
Vladlena Benson, Stephanie Morgan, Hemamali Tennakoon. © 2012. 11 pages.
Recent years show an increase in the popularity of online social networking among the younger generation that opens up possibilities for educators to use it as a higher education...