Dr Priscilla Omonedo

Teaching Fellow in ICT and Programme Director for MSc Information Systems and Business Analysis

Priscilla Omonedo.

Priscilla Omonedo is a Teaching Fellow in the Operations & Information Management Group, Aston Business School. She is an inspiring and passionate teacher, with teaching (undergraduate and postgraduate) and research experience in business information systems, e-business and m-Commerce. Prior to this, she worked in industry in different roles that includes IT Project Management, Consulting and Systems Deployment. In 2013, she was accepted into Beta Gamma Sigma, the international honour society for business excellence, and achieved Fellowship of the UK Higher Education Academy (UK HEA) in 2015. Her paper was in the top 10 distinguished papers in the European Doctoral Association in Management and Business Administration (EDAMBA) Thesis Competition 2018. She holds membership of professional bodies such as British Computer Society (BCS) and IEEE. In addition to teaching and research, Priscilla is passionate about creative art, faith and charitable activities.

https://www2.aston.ac.uk/study/courses/information-systems-and-business-analysis-msc

 

Position: Teaching Fellow

Phone: 0121 204 3103
Email: p.omonedo1@aston.ac.uk
Room:
 ABS 26

Education
  • PhD (Management): m-Commerce Adoption by Small Businesses, Aston University, 2017
  • MEd: Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, Aston University, 2016
  • Postgraduate Cert. in Professional Practice in Higher Education (PGCPP), Aston University, 2015
  • MSc: Information Systems and Business Analysis, Aston University, 2012
  • BSc (Hons): Computer Science (Information Systems), Babcock University, 2009
Professional Certification
  • SAP ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning, 2012
  • OCA, Oracle Certified Associate, 2008
  • Teaching Fellow in ICT, Aston University - September 2017 to Date
  • Sessional Lecturer / Doctoral Researcher, Aston University - October 2012 to August 2017
  • Project Management & Application Support, Empire Business Solutions - March 2011 to August 2011
  • ICT Trainer, Office of the Head of Service - September 2009 to June 2010
  • Information Technology in Business; 
  • Business Game; 
  • Systems Analysis; 
  • Doing E-Business; 
  • System and Software Analysis; 
  • e-Business Strategy; 
  • Developing Business Systems Workshop; 
  • Advanced Spreadsheets & Databases
  • E-Business; 
  • e-Commerce; 
  • m-Commerce; 
  • Adoption and Impact of information systems in MSMEs; 
  • Optimizing learning and teaching in Higher Education 
  • Member, British Computer Society
  • Fellow, UK Higher Education Academy
  • Member, IEEE (Computer, Education, Young Professional)
  • Member, Nigerian Institute of Management

 

Journal Publications
  • Omonedo, P. & Bocij, P. (2017). Potential Impact of Perceived Security, Trust, Cost and Social Influence on M-Commerce Adoption in a Developing Economy. World Journal of Social Science. 7(1), 147-160.
  • Omonedo, P. & Bocij, P. (2014). E-Commerce versus m-Commerce: Where is the Dividing Line? International Journal of Science, Education, Economics and Management Engineering, 8(11), 3402 – 3407.
Conference Paper(s)
  • Omonedo, P. & Bocij, P. (2016). Potential Impact of Perceived Security, Trust, Cost and Social Influence on m-Commerce Adoption in a Developing Economy. Annual Paris Business Research Conference. 28 – 29 July, 2016. Paris, France.
PhD Consortium Papers
  • Omonedo, P. (2014, April). Factors that Influence the Successful Adoption of M-Commerce via Mobile Phone Devices in a Developing Economy. The West Midlands Regional Doctoral Colloquium. Nottingham Business School, Nottingham.
  • Omonedo, P. (2016, June). The Impact of Perceived Security, Trust, Cost and Social Influence on m-Commerce Adoption in a Developing Economy. The West Midlands Regional Doctoral Colloquium. Aston Business School, Birmingham.