Michael P. Bieber
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Dr. Bieber is Professor and Associate Chair of the Information Systems Department of the College of Computing Sciences at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He teaches both on-campus and in the distance learning program, often combining the students in both modes. Dr. Bieber is conducting research in several related areas: participatory collaborative learning, asynchronous learning networks, distance education, infrastructures for educational software, lightweight systems integration, digital library integration, relationship analysis (as part of the software engineering process), Web engineering, link-based services, automatic link and metainformation generation, hypermedia, community informatics and virtual communities. He has published many articles in these and other areas. He also is active in several of these research communities, co-organizing conference minitracks and co-editing special journal issues. Dr. Bieber co-directs NJIT's Collaborative Hypermedia Research Laboratory. He holds a Ph.D. in Decision Sciences from the University of Pennsylvania.
Michael Bieber is actively conducting research in several related areas: learning sciences, cyberlearning, lightweight systems integration, relationship analysis (as part of the software engineering process), automatic link and metainformation generation, and hypermedia. He has received several NSF grants.
Research Page: http://web.njit.edu/~bieber/pubs.html
Publications Page: http://web.njit.edu/~bieber/pubs.html
Google Scholar Profile: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=wNRvjqkAAAAJ