Mauricio Marrone

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  • 136 Citations
20102018
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Personal profile

Biography

Award-winning Senior Lecturer of Business Information Systems at Macquarie University. My research interest is in the intersection of technology, innovation and entrepreneurship and how through text mining (analysis of text) we can predict the rise and fall of an idea, product, or a technological innovation. My research is relevant to all business sectors, and is applicable to brands, company reports, stock trends, product life cycle.

My aim is to help CEOs, entrepreneurs and innovators in the area of technology to refine the language of their communication to increase the adoption of their products in the marketplace.

Research grants

  • 2018 – Industry Funding: Scoping Study for social business incubation trial in New South Wales with the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul Australia ($100,000).
  • 2016 - Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ) Research Grant: How will virtual and augmented reality technologies disrupt or benefit the accounting profession? ($19,690)
  • 2015 – Extension Grant: Impact of Active Learning on Non-Lecture Attending Students ($7,491).
  • 2015 – Strategic Priority Grant: Towards maximising graduate employment competitiveness in the national Asia capable workforce ($24,000)
  • 2014 - Enhancement Program: Talk Less, Learn More: enhancing student engagement through active learning ($10,940).
  • 2014 - Innovation Scholarship Program: Ethics MVP: An Interactive Game to Immerse Learners into Ethical Decision Making ($23,879).
  • 2014 - Enhancement Program: Digital Storytelling-enhancing student engagement ($16,889).
  • 2014- MQSIS Learning and Teaching Scheme: Interview Simulation Suite and Multimedia Creation Studio ($55,000).
  • 2012 - Innovation Scholarship Program: Finding the Learning Genome: Fostering smart learning at Macquarie University ($19,978).
  • 2012 - Innovation Scholarship Program: Taking it massive - towards Massive Open Online Courses at Macquarie ($19,761).
  • 2012 - Competitive Grants Scheme: Learning Technologies Register: Stage 1 ($9,892).
  • 2011- Teaching Delivery Grant: Efficient Vocabulary Learning through game-like online activities ($23,082).

Research awards

  • 2016 – ACODE and Pearson´s award for Innovation in Technology Enhanced Learning
  • 2015 Vice-Chancellor's Award for Programs that Enhance Learning for the introduction of KickStart - Pre-commencement strategies for student engagement.
  • 2015 – University of Southern Queensland's School-Specific Publication Excellence Awards (Management and Enterprise) for the journal paper titled: IT service management: a cross-national study of ITIL adoption.
  • 2015 – Silver LearnX Impact Award for Best Learning Resource - School and Higher Education
  • 2014 – Best Poster Award (People's Choice) – Macquarie University's Learning and Teaching Week
  • 2014 – NSW State iAward in Education Winner (For the development of Traders of Macquarie University)
  • 2014 – Wharton – QS Stars Reimagine Education – E-learning Award - Shortlisted
  • 2014 – Australian Innovation in Education – iAwards nomination

 

Research interests

  • Text Mining in Literature Reviews
  • Fashion Waves
  • Digital Transformation

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Projects 2012 2018

Programs that enhance learning

Breyer, Y., Wood, L., Taylor, V., Hajira, S., Marrone, M., Heron, L., McPherson, J., Saunders, L., Saunders, B., Huber, E., Brew, I., Downes, J., Scapens, G., Zhou, S., Minocha, R., Hamilton, H., Taylor, M., Betts, P., Oxley, M., Reyna Zeballos, J., Grant, M. & Mowbray, L.

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Project: Research

Research Output 2010 2018

  • 136 Citations
  • 16 Conference proceeding contribution
  • 11 Article
  • 2 Chapter
  • 2 Conference paper

Do international students appreciate active learning in lectures?

Marrone, M., Taylor, M. & Hammerle, M. 2018 In : Australasian Journal of Information Systems. 22, 20 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
File
Students
Problem-Based Learning
Active learning
International students
Information systems

Inaccuracy versus volatility – Which is the lesser evil in battery electric vehicles?

Nastjuk, I., Werner, J., Marrone, M. & Kolbe, L. M. 1 Oct 2018 In : Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour. 58, p. 855-870 16 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

electric vehicle
Volatilization
acceptance
driver
Information Systems

Smart cities: A review and analysis of stakeholders’ literature

Marrone, M. & Hammerle, M. 1 Jun 2018 In : Business and Information Systems Engineering. 60, 3, p. 197-213 17 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Analog to digital conversion
Weathering
Smart city
Semantics
Industry

Digital storytelling and visual metaphor in lectures: a study of student engagement

Taylor, M., Marrone, M., Tayar, M. & Mueller, B. 29 Aug 2017 In : Accounting Education. 18 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

metaphor
student
narrative
Storytelling
Student engagement

Peer assisted learning: strategies to increase student attendance and student success in accounting

Marrone, M. & Draganov, L. 2017 Success in higher education: transitions to, within and from university. Wood, L. N. & Breyer, Y. A. (eds.). Singapore: Springer, Springer Nature, p. 149-165 17 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

learning strategy
learning
student
campaign
participation