Jamie Reep B.S., M.S. | College of Information Sciences and Technology
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Jamie Reep, B.S., M.S.

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  • Lecturer of Information Sciences and Technology

  • IST Ph.D. Student (Adviser: Andrea Tapia, Cohort: Fall 2014)

E376 Westgate Building
University Park, PA 16802
  • Penn State University, Ph.D. (In Progress) in Informatics

  • Penn State University, M.S. in Information Sciences & Technology

  • Penn State University, B.S. in Information Sciences & Technology

Research Interests:

I am currently working on a project to develop a training module to extend existing workforce education curricula to include Social Media analytics for PSAPs. The overall theoretical questions, I'm interested in answering are:

  • How does organizational/institutional change take place in old/traditional/legacy/governmental/regulated orgs (not industry)?
  • When pushed to adapt to new technologies or outside forces/regulations, what can be done to stimulate change, make change happen, dispel fears and antipathy, etc?
  • How might a training program for new employees aid in this change effort?

Research Keywords:

  • Crisis and Disaster Informatics
  • Social Media and Social Data Analytics
  • Workforce Education

Peer Reviewed Conferences

Endsley, T., Wu, Y., & Reep, J. (2014). The Source of the Story: Evaluating the Credibility of Crisis Information Sources. In S. R. Hiltz, M. S. Pfaff, L. Plotnick, & P. C. Shih (Eds.), Proceedings of the Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (ISCRAM) (Vol. 1, pp. 158–162).

Endsley, T. C., Reep, J. A., McNeese, M. D., & Forster, P. K. (2015). Conducting Cross-National Research: Lessons Learned for the Human Factors Practitioner. In Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting (Vol. 59, pp. 1147–1151). Los Angeles, CA. doi:10.1177/1541931215591177

Endsley, T., Reep, J., McNeese, M. D., & Forster, P. (2015). Crisis Management Simulations: Lessons Learned from a Cross-cultural Perspective. In Procedia Manufacturing (Vol. 3, pp. 3917–3924). doi:10.1016/j.promfg.2015.07.918

McNeese, M., McNeese, N. J., Endsley, T., Reep, J., & Forster, P. (2017). Simulating Team Cognition in Complex Systems: Practical Considerations for Researchers. In K. S. Hale & K. M. Stanney (Eds.), Advances in Neuroergonomics and Cognitive Engineering (Vol. 488, pp. 255–267). Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-41691-5_22

Book Chapters

Endsley, T., Reep, J., Forster, P. (2017). A Case Study of Crisis Management Readiness in Cross-National Contexts:  Applying Team Cognition Theories to Crisis Response Teams. In M.D. McNeese & P. Forster (Eds.), Cognitive Systems Engineering: An Integrative Living Laboratory Framework.

McNeese, M.D., Reep, J. (2017). A Cognitive-Systems Approach to Understanding Natural Gas Exploration Supply Chains: A Purview and Research Agenda. In M.D. McNeese & P. Forster (Eds.), Cognitive Systems Engineering: An Integrative Living Laboratory Framework.

Conference Presentations

Hall, D., McNeese, M., Giacobe, N., Endsley, T., & Reep, J. (2015). Models and Experiments in Cognition-Based Cyber Situation Awareness. Presented at ARO-MURI Cyber-Situation Awareness Technical Review Meeting at the University of Maryland. July 9, 2015.