In addition to conducting basic and applied research, Ken has made contributions to the advancement of pedagogy. Some of his pedagogical research, “An Empirical Comparison of a Hypertext-based Systems Analysis Case with Conventional Cases and Role Playing,” appeared in The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems. Ken is a co-creator of the instructional software tool, HyperCase®, an interactive, adventure game used to train systems analysts.
Ken’s teaching portfolio includes two ecommerce courses; one is entitled “Emerging Information Technologies” and the other is called “Ecommerce Project Management.” Both are offered on the graduate and undergraduate level. Ken enjoys introducing state-of-the-art software packages in class, and he is a beta tester for many new ecommerce products.
Ken received a Decision Sciences Institute Innovative Teaching Award, Honorable Mention in 1992. Ken served as a member of the Advisory Board for the Teaching Excellence Center, Rutgers University-Camden, 1992 to 2003.