Faculty/Staff Directory

Dr. Johnathan Yerby

Johnathan Yerby

Department Chair & Assistant Professor | Director
Information Technology

Phone: 478.471.2801
Website: http://jyerby.wix.com/yerby

Locations:
  • Macon - Professional Sciences Center - 315
    Phone: 2801
Office Hours: Tentative Office hours for Summer 2019: May 28-July 28

Mon-Thur 10:00 am to 12:00 pm (JULY)

TENTATIVE Out of office on the following dates: -- July 29-Aug 1
Courses: Summer 2019:
Virtual Computing (section 01 and 02)

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Courses taught:
• Graduate Cyber Forensics
• Advanced Digital Forensics
• Business Analysis using Excel
• Computer Forensics and Data Recovery
• Data Communications
• Introduction to Information Technology
• Internships
• Mobile Forensics
• Networking Essentials
• Network Security
• Project Management
• Windows Server Administration
• Wireless Technologies
• Virtual Computing
• Co-taught Senior Capstone Project (Networking group)
• Special Projects (Raspberry Pi Supercomputer / Cyber Knights Competition Team)
Education: Georgia State University                               Atlanta, Georgia
Ph.D. Instructional Technology (May 2017)
Dissertation Title: An Analysis of Presence in Asynchronous Online Undergraduate Courses using Structural Equation Modeling



Georgia College & State University             Milledgeville, Georgia
Master of Management Information Systems (May 2009)
Master of Business Administration (August 2011)


Macon State College                                     Macon, Georgia
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (May 2006)
Associate of Science in Information Technology (May 2006)
Associate of Applied Science in IT & Business (Aug 2003)


Middle Georgia Technical College                   Warner Robins, Georgia
Networking Specialist Diploma (June 2003)
Microcomputer Specialist Certificate (June 2003)
CV: http://facultyweb.mga.edu/johnathan.yerby/public/vita-yerby.pdf
Publications: Journal Publications
Yerby, J., Koohang, A., & Paliszkiewicz, J. (2019). Social media privacy concerns and risk beliefs. Online Journal of Applied Knowledge Management, 7(1). bit.ly/2LUTQAT

Yerby, J., Floyd, K., (2018). Faculty and staff information security awareness and behaviors. Journal for the Colloquium for Information Systems Security Education CISSE, 6(1). bit.ly/2S9EZUj

Calandra, B., Brantley-Dias, L., Yerby, J., & Demir, K. (2018). Examining the quality of preservice science teachers’ written reflections when using video recordings, audio recordings, and memories of a teaching event. Contemporary Issues in Technology & Teacher Education, 18(1). u.nu/6zaq

Girard, J., Yerby, J., & Floyd, K. (2016). Knowledge retention in capstone experiences: An analysis of online and face-to-face courses. Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal, 3. bit.ly/2NKH8Y0

Yerby, J. (2014). Independent project based learning: Applying knowledge by creating a low-cost supercomputer. Issues in Information Systems, 15(2), 252-257. u.nu/4-n6

Yerby, J., Hollifield, S., Kwak, M., & Floyd, K. (2014). Development of serious games for teaching digital forensics. Issues in Information Systems, 15(2), 335-343. u.nu/ifp3

Floyd, K., & Yerby, J. (2014). Information systems faculty perceptions of ethical work climate and job satisfaction. Journal of the Southern Association for Information Systems, 2(1), 1-24. bit.ly/2XZ7B7S

Yerby, J. (2013). Legal and ethical issues of employee monitoring. Online Journal of Applied Knowledge Management, 1(2), 44-55. u.nu/uxq5

Paullet, K., Davis, G., McMillion, S., & Yerby, J. (2013). The new tech effect: A comparative analysis of two universities. Issues in Information Systems, 14(2), 12-22. u.nu/jafi

Yerby, J., Floyd, K., & Morrison, J. (2012). Design and implementation of a network lab to enhance undergraduate networking and information assurance curriculum in a baccalaureate degree program: A case study. Issues in Information Systems, 13(1), 321-330. u.nu/2ds4

Koohang, A., Smith, T., Yerby, J., & Floyd, K. (2012). Active learning in online courses: an examination of students' learning experience. International Journal of Management, Knowledge and Learning, 1(2), 205-216. bit.ly/2xImrkI


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