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Michael L Jones

Michael L Jones


Pilon School of Business


Michael Jones is Professor and Program Coordinator for the Communication, Culture, Information and Technology program, a joint program with University of Toronto Mississauga.


  • BA, Queen’s University, Sociology, 1995
  • MA Simon Fraser University, Communication, 1998
  • PhD University of Toronto, Information, 2017

CCIT course Michael teaches

  • CCT336: Comics and Digital Culture
  • CCT355: E-Business Technologies
  • CCT356: Online Advertising and Marketing
  • CCT482: Interactive Electronic Design


  • Jones, M.L.W. (2018).  Searching for Symbiosis: Opportunities and Obstacles in Formula SAE Team/School Administration Relationships.  CDIO Conference, Kanazawa, Japan
  • Jones, M.L.W. (2015).  Engaging complexity and contradiction:  Understanding Formula SAE Through Cultural Historical Activity Theory, CDIO Conference, Chengdu, China
  • Jones, M.L.W. (2014).  Project Based Learning (PBL*) Student Engineering Teams: A Cultural Historical Activity Theory Approach.  International Society for Scholarship in Teaching and Learning Annual Conference, Quebec
  • Jones, M.L.W. (2014).  Information Contradictions in Engineering Project-Based Learning Teams.  American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Indianapolis
  • Jones, M.L.W. (2013):  From Serious Leisure to Knowing Organizations: Information and Knowledge Management Challenges in Project-Based Learning Student Engineering Teams.  American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference, Atlanta.
  • Jones, M.L.W. (2012).  Project-based learning in Engineering Education: An Activity Theory Approach.  Doctoral Colloquium, iSchools Conference, Toronto
  • Jones. M.L.W. (2010).  Integrating Social Network Analysis in Participant Observation Work with Engineering Student Teams.  Sunbelt Conference, International Network for Social Network Analysis, Riva del Garda, Italy
  • Jones, M.L.W. & Gelb, D. (2009) Course Co-Creation vs. Course Management: Wikis as a Potential Alternative to Traditional Learning Management Systems.  In T. Kidd (Ed.) Wired for Learning: An Educators Guide to Web 2.0.
  • Jones, M.L.W. (2007).  Wikis4Education: Collecting Best Practices and Lessons Learned in Educational Wikis.  Poster Presentation. ACM WikiSym 2007, Montreal.

Research Interests

  • Applied project-based learning in engineering and information technology domains
  • Related interests in comics and digital culture
  • Business information technology solutions
  • Digital marketing
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