Geoffrey Steinberg, Ph.D, is an Associate Professor in the Management and Information Systems department at Kent State University, where he teaches Information Systems. His research has focused on the automation of complex tasks associated especially with teaching and delivering pedagogy. Steinberg builds software that automates the classroom learning environment for large enrollment classes and delivers learning content in a structured and directed way. He has authored several textbooks that focus on Information Systems and on college level computing for all students. His consulting has ranged from assisting corporations with technical training and technical system design and software development to providing academic environments with advanced software that supports course and departmental learning objectives.
Ph.D., Computer and Information Science, Operations Management, Temple University, 1991, MBA, Operations Research, University of Pennsylvania, 1975, B.A., Geography, Clark University, 1973
Interactive Information Systems, Computer-Programming, Database Management
Steinberg, Geoffrey. (2009). Teaching Relational Database Concepts to Computer Literacy Students: The Spreadsheet Metaphor. Information Systems Education Journal, 7 (53).
Bakke, S., Steinberg, G. & Faley, R. (2007). Repackaging the Introductory IS Survey Course: An Information Technology Solution. Journal of Information Systems Education,11(3).
Janicki, T., Steinberg, G. (2003). Evaluation of a Computer-Supported Learning System. Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, 1(2), pp 203-233.