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Dr Stuart McLoughlin

Lecturer, Information Systems


Dr. Stuart McLoughlin (Department of Business Technology and Entrepreneurship, Faculty of Business and Law), is a lecturer in the field of Information Systems. His research focus lies in the development, use, and adoption of technology in organisations. He is interested in the use of development design frameworks that would optimise the use of inter-organisational collaborative technologies and digital networks. Stuart is a member of the IS4SI Research Group and is active in STEM graduate employability research.

Stuart currently lectures in Information Systems and is course director for the BA-BITPROF Bachelor of  Business Information Technology, Professional.

Research interests

Social impact; Strategic & Transformative Design: Service Design and Socio-Technical Systems

PhD candidate and honours supervision

Higher degrees by research

Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Co-Supervisor.

Fields of Research

  • Information Systems Organisation And Management - 460908
  • Business Information Systems - 350303
  • Information Systems Philosophy, Research Methods And Theory - 460909

Teaching areas

Professional Education


Also published as: McLoughlin, Stuart; McLoughlin, S.
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Recent research grants awarded

  • 2013: Monitor the management of the organisational change process for effective implementation of ITIL project *; GE CAPITAL

* Chief Investigator

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