Miguel Baptista Nunes

Dr. Miguel Baptista Nunes, BSc, MSc, PhD, MBCS, FHEA, FIMIS, is a Senior Lecturer in Information Management at the Information School, University of Sheffield. In terms of research, Miguel is actively involved both in Information Systems and Educational Informatics research. He is currently the Head of the Information Systems Research Group in the Department. In terms of Information Systems, he has done research in the areas of information systems modelling, design and development, project management and risk management. In terms of educational informatics, Miguel is particularly interested in social constructivist approaches to curriculum and course design, instructional systems design; and web based learning environments for active and distance learning. He has published more than 150 refereed articles in both academic conferences and academic journals, published a book on action research for e-learning and served as programme chair for a number of International conferences.


Information Systems Research and Exploring Social Artifacts: Approaches and Methodologies
Pedro Isaias, Miguel Baptista Nunes. © 2013. 387 pages.
Centered on the impact of information and communication technology in socio-technical environments and its support of human activity systems, the study of information systems...
Technology and Continuing Professional Education: The Reality Beyond the Hype
Maggie McPherson, Miguel Baptista Nunes, John Sandars, Christine Kell. © 2008. 17 pages.
Social Information Technology (SIT) can allow individuals, dispersed both in time and place, to connect via the Internet. Consequently, the use of online networks is very...