Jason Frand
Applied Researcher

Understanding the impact of information technology on our lives, particularly on how we work and learn, is a major theme of my applied research interests.  Since the early 1980s, I have focused on the applications and implications of computer, communication, and information technology in higher education.  The following papers and speeches contribute to this overall theme.  My work can be categorized into two three areas: observations on management education, general topics (including personal knowledge management, library/computing convergence, network planning, etc.), and the annual business school computer usage surveys.

Observations on Management Education

General Topics


Annual UCLA Surveys of Business School Computer Usage

The Surveys recorded the changing nature of business school computing environments between 1984 and 1999.  They provided deans and other policy makers with information about computing resources that assist them with allocation decisions and program plans. It should be noted that the surveys reflects what the schools report they were doing and were not an endorsement of what they should be doing. The first nine surveys included only AACSB accredited business schools. Beginning in 1993, to achieve a global perspective, all AACSB member schools throughout the world were invited to participate.  All surveys are now available on line via the UC eScholarship repository via the links below. 

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You can reach me via email at jason.frand@anderson.ucla.edu.

created September 15, 1996
updated January 29, 2006