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faculty member

  • Dr. Daphna Shwartz Asher
  • Lecturer
  • Economics and Management
  • daphna.shwarts.asher@gmail.com
  • Communication Technologies

    Team management 

    Virtual environment

    Social media

    STEM Education

    21st Century skills

  • Ph.D., Management, Tel Aviv University (2010).
    M.Sc., Management, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology (2000).
    B.A., Economics and Communications, Haifa University (1997).

  • Communication Technologies

    • Aspects of human behavior and team management facing new communication and network technologies
    • Virtual team members' behavior and team work in a virtual environment
    • Social media user behavior

    STEM Education

    • Professional and academic career choices in sciences
    • Project based learning, teaching and assessing
  • Organizational Behavior

    Introduction to Management

    Organizational Theories

    Human Resource Management

    Management skills

    Leadership Communication

    Organizational Communication in a Global Era

    Management Seminar

  • Journal Publications

    1. Shwartz-Asher, D., Ben-zion, U., Gabbay, S., Yagil, J. (2006). Launching a corporate website and market efficiency, Applied Financial Economics, 16(7), 551-559.
    2. Shwartz-Asher, D., Ahituv, N. & Etzion, D. (2009). Modeling the characteristics of virtual teams' structure, The International Journal of Business Intelligence and Data Mining, Special Issue on Advances in Intelligent Information Management Systems and Applications, 4(2), 195-212.
    3. Shwartz-Asher, D., Chun, S. A., Adam, R. N. (2017). Knowledge behavior model of e-government social media users, Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, 11(3) 456-475.
    4. Shwartz-Asher, D. & Ahituv, N. (2019). Comparison between face-to-face teams and virtual teams with respect to compliance with directives, The Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM), 12(4), 549-571.
    5. Rocker Yoel, S., Shwartz Asher, D., Schohet, M., & Dori, Y. J. (Online first 2020). The effect of the FIRST Robotics Program on its graduates. Robotics, 9(4), 84, https://doi.org/10.3390/robotics9040084.
    6. Shwartz-Asher, D., Chun, S. A., & Adam, R. N. (Accepted Oct. 2020). Knowledge Sharing Behaviors in Social Media. Technology in Society.

    Book Chapters

    1. Shwartz-Asher, D., Ahituv, N. & Etzion, D. (2008). Improving virtual teams through swift structure. In T. Torres & M. Arias (Eds.) Encyclopedia of HRIS: Challenges in e-HRM, Rovira i Virgili University, 2(I-Z), 510-517.
    2. Shwartz-Asher, D. (2009). Improving the performance of virtual teams through team dynamics. In Angel A. Juan (Ed.) Monitoring and Assessment in Online Collaborative Environments: Emergent Computational Technologies for E-learning Support, IGI Global, 97-110.
    3. Shwarts-Asher, D. (2012). Social communication behaviors of virtual leaders. In M. Hadjiantonis & B. Stiller (Eds.) Telecommunication Economics, Selected Results of the COST Action ISO605 Econ@Tel, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 7216, Springer, 67-77.
    4. Shwartz-Asher, D., Reiss, S. R., Abu-Younis, A. A., & Dori, Y. J. (2020). Engineering teachers’ assessment knowledge in active and project-based learning. In Mintzes, J. J. & Walter E. M. (Eds.) Active Learning in College Science: The Case for Evidence-Based Practice, Section V. Restructuring Whole Class Interactions, chapter 53.

    Teacher Guides and Educational Reports (In Hebrew)

    1. Swirski, H. & Shwartz-Asher, D. & Dori, Y. (2018). Assessment of the digital projects of high school science and technology (MUTAL) students. A report submitted to The ministry of education. The faculty of education in science and technology, Technion IIT, Haifa, Israel.  58 pages.
    2. Shwartz-Asher, D., Schohet, M., Zaaroura, N. & Dori, Y. (2019). Assessment of the digital projects of high school science and technology (MUTAL) students. A report submitted to The ministry of education. The faculty of education in science and technology, Technion IIT, Haifa, Israel. 60 pages.
    3. Shwartz-Asher, D., Catz, B., Abu-Younis, A. A. & Dori, Y. (2019). Improving final projects in the technology education. The faculty of education in science and technology, Technion IIT, Haifa, Israel. 350 pages. 
    4. Shwartz-Asher, D., Herscu-Kluska, R., Schohet, M., Zaaroura, N. & Dori, Y. (2020). Assessment of the digital projects of high school science and technology (MUTAL) students. A report submitted to The ministry of education. The faculty of education in science and technology, Technion IIT, Haifa, Israel. 60 pages.
    5. Shwartz-Asher, D., Herscu-Kluska, R. & Dori, Y. (2020). Science and Technology (MUTAL) Digital Activities Guideline. A report submitted to The ministry of education. The faculty of education in science and technology, Technion IIT, Haifa, Israel. 60 pages.

     

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  • Refereed Conferences

    1. Shwartz-Asher, D., Ahituv, N. & Etzion, D. (2007). Improving the performance of virtual teams through team structure. Paper presented at The 3rd International e-Social Science Conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan, US.
    2. Shwartz-Asher, D. Ahituv, N. & Etzion, D. (2009). Computer-mediated group interaction processes. Paper presented at The 3rd International Conference on Complex, Intelligent and Software Intensive Systems, Fukuoka Institute of Technology, Japan.
    3. Shwartz-Asher, D. (2010). The impact of team structure on virtual team output mediated by task and social processes. Paper presented at The 3rd COST 2102 international training school on "Toward Autonomous, Adaptive, and Context-Aware Multimodal Interfaces: Theoretical and Practical Issues", Polo Scientifico University, Caserta, Italy.
    4. Shwartz-Asher, D. (2010). Virtual teams’ leadership. Paper presented at The 5th Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems (MCIS), Tel-Aviv University, Tel-Aviv, Israel.
    5. Shwartz-Asher, D. (2012). Social aspects of virtual teams. Paper presented at Collective Intelligence 2012, MIT, MA, US.
    6. Shwartz-Asher, D. (2014). Are virtual team members compliant? Paper presented at 2014 International Conference on E-commerce and Contemporary Economic Development, HongKong, China.
    7. Shwartz-Asher, D., Chun, S. A., & Adam, N. (2016). Understanding social media user behavior in e-government context. Paper presented at The 17th International Digital Government Research Conference, Fudan University, China.
    8. Shwartz-Asher, D., Chun, S. A., & Adam, N. (2017). Evaluation on social media user's knowledge behavior model. Paper presented at The 18th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, City University of New York, NY.
    9. Shwartz-Asher, D., Avargil, S., Kohen, Z. & Dori, Y. J. (2018). The processes of choosing academic career in sciences: Science education and gender perspectives. Paper presented at The 2018 Gender Equity Conference of the Future: Redesigning the Tomorrow, The national council for the advancement of women in science and technology, Tel Aviv, Israel. 
    10. Avargil S., Kohen Z., Shwartz-Asher, D., Shwartz, G., Shav-Artza, O., Strimbaum G., Vincent-Ruz, P., Sevian, H., Schunn, C.D., & Dori, Y.J. (April, 2019). Choosing a science career: Self-efficacy and identity perspectives. Symposium presented at The 92nd NARST international conference, Baltimore, MD, USA.