JEFF CLEMENTS
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS & TECHNOLOGIES

Jeff Clements


CONTACT


PHONE: 801.626.7840

EMAIL: jeffclements@weber.edu

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OFFICE: WB 273

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ABOUT


Jeffrey A. Clements joined the faculty of Weber State University in 2015 and serves as an assistant professor of information systems and technologies in the Goddard School of Business & Economics. 

He received both a BS degree in entrepreneurship and MS degree in information systems from the University of Utah. Clements also holds a PhD in management information systems from Florida State University. 

Clements teaches a variety of information systems and technology courses in the Goddard School’s IST program. He recently brought his passion for 3D printing into the classroom as he teaches students about rapid prototyping, emerging technologies and managing disruptive innovations.    

His research is cross-disciplinary in nature, focusing on the "dark-side" of human-technology interaction. His research looks at topics such as technology craving, compulsive technology use and technology addiction. His research has been published in a number of academic journals in his field and others and has been included in a variety of academic and professional conferences.


EDUCATION


Ph.D., Business administration - Florida State University, 2014

MS, Information systems - University of Utah, 2010  

BS, Business entrepreneurship - University of Utah, 2008


PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS


PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

  1. Boyle, R. J., Challa, C., & Clements, J.A. (2017) Valuing Information Security: A Look at the Influence of User Engagement on Information Security Strength. Journal of Information Privacy and Security, vol. 13, issue 1.
  2. Clements, J. A., Boyle, R. J., & Proudfoot, J. G. (2016) Exploring Political Skill and Deception. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, vol. 36, issue 3/4.
  3. Clements, J. A. (2015) Beyond Habit: The Role of Sunk Costs on Developing Automatic IS Use Behaviors. Journal of the Southern Association for Information Systems, vol. 3, issue 1.  
  4. Clements, J. A. (2012) Remote Influence Tactics. Computer Technology and Application, vol. 3, issue 9, pg 642-648.
  5. Clements, J. A., & Clements, C. S. (2013) Confident Deception: The Role of Justification. International Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Science, vol. 3, number 6.

BOOKS

  1. Bolye, R. J., & Clements, J. A. (2013) Applied Networking Labs, A Hands-On Guide to Networking and Server Management, Second Edition, Prentice Hall.

PEER REVIEWED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  1. Clements, J. A. (2013) Platform-enabled Ambidexterity. Proceedings of the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Southern Association of Information Systems (SAIS), Savannah, GA.
  2. Proudfoot, J. G., Boyle, R. J., Clements, J. A. (2013) Mitigating Threats to Collaboration and CMC: Identifying Antecedents of Online Deviance. Proceedings of the 46th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS).
  3. Boyle, R. J., Clements, J. A., Proudfoot, J. G. (2012) Predicting Deceptive Behavior: Exploring Antecedents to Deceptive Behaviors. Proceedings of the National Communication Association (NCA) 98th Annual Convention, Orlando, FL.
  4. Clements, J. A., Bush, A.A. (2011a)  Habitual IS Use. Proceedings of the 2011 Annual Meeting of the Southern Association of Information Systems (SAIS), Atlanta, GA.
  5. Clements, J.A., Bush, A.A. (2011b) Perceptions of Sunk cost on Habitual IS Use.  Proceedings of the 17th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), Detroit, MI.
  6. Carter, M., Clements, J.A., Thatcher, J., & George, J. (2011). Unraveling the “Paradox of the Active User”:Determinants of Individuals’ Innovation with IT-based work routines. Proceedings of the 17th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), Detroit, MI.