Dr Andrew Power

Head of Faculty

Dr Andrew Power

e mail: andrew.power@iadt.ie
phone: (01) 2144724

Qualifications and Professional Bodies

Qualifications
DGov - Queens University Belfast
PgDip(Mus) - Dublin Institute of Technology
MBA - Strathclyde Graduate Business School, Glasgow
CPIM - American Production & Inventory Control Society
BSc(Eng), MA - Trinity College Dublin
Dip(Eng) - Dublin Institute of Technology
Certificate in Civil Service & State Agency Studies - Institute of Public Administration
Certificate in Learning and Teaching - Athlone Institute of Technology

Professional Bodies
CEng IEI - Chartered member of the Institute of Engineers Ireland

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Area of Expertise

LinkedIn Profile Page
http://ie.linkedin.com/in/cyberandrew

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Teaching and Research

eGovernment
Law and the Cybercitizen
Cybercrime
Online identity
Social Media
Governance
Active Citizenship
Music

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Publications

Books

Kirwan, G., and Power, A. (2013) Cybercrime: The Psychology of Online Offenders, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Power, A., and Kirwan, G. (2013) Cyberpsychology and New Media, London: Psychology Press.

Kirwan, G.H., & Power A. (2011) "Hacking Legal and Ethical Aspects of an Ambiguous Activity" in Dudley, A. (ed.) Investigating Cyber Law and Cyber Ethics: Issues, Impacts and Practices, (Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference)

Power A., & Kirwan, G.H. (2011) "Ethics and Legal Aspects of Virtual Worlds" in Dudley, A. (ed.) Investigating Cyber Law and Cyber Ethics: Issues, Impacts and Practices , (Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference)

Kirwan, G.H., & Power A. (2011) The Psychology of Cybercrime, (Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference)

Power A., & Kirwan, G.H. (2010) "Online identities in blended and e-Learning" in Donnely et al (eds.) Critical Design and Effective Tools for E-Learning in Higher Education: Theory into Practice. (Information Science Publishing)

Power, A. (2009) Agustín Barrios Mangoré - Composer, Innovator, Teacher (Lulu)


Conference Papers

Power, A. (2012) ‘Social Networking; the Peoples Politics’, 62nd Political Studies Association Annual International Conference, In Defence of Politics 3 - 5 April 2012, Europa Hotel Belfast

Power, A. and Kirwan, G.H. (2012) ‘Exploitation of decision-making processes and emotional reactions by cybercriminals’, Cyberpsychology and computer psychology conference (CyComP 2012) Bolton.

Power, A. and Palmer, M. (2012) ‘A typology of engagement for higher education’, EAIE (poster)

Power, A. and Kirwan, G.H. (2012) ‘Trust, Ethics and Legal Aspects of Social Computing’, SNAMAS

Power, A. and Kirwan, G.H. (2012) ‘Innovative Exploitation of Human Behaviour by Cybercriminals’ eCrime Researchers Sync-Up, UCD Centre for Cybercrime Investigation, on March 7th and 8th, 2012.

Power, A. and Kirwan, G.H. (2011) ‘Innovative Exploitation of Human Behaviour by Cybercriminals’ Innovation Dublin

Power, A. (2011) ‘Social Networking and Civic Engagement’ Innovation Dublin

Power, A. (2011) "Social Networking – A pathway to active citizenship” Intel European Research & Innovation Conference, Intel Ireland, Leixlip.

Power, A., McNichols, T., Dempsey, J., and Montayne, J. (2011) “The Impact of Innovation (vouchers) in the Classroom” EDEN 2011, University College Dublin.

Power A., & Palmer, M. (2011) “Typologies of partnerships in higher education”, Educational Studies Association of Ireland, Annual Conference, Church of Ireland College of Education Dublin.

Power A. (2011) "New Public Leadership", The International Research Society for Public Management, Trinity College Dublin.

Power A., & Palmer, M. (2011) "A new I.D.E.A. for collaborative cross sector engagement", The International Research Society for Public Management, Trinity College Dublin.

Power A., & Kirwan, G.H. (2010) "Online Identities in Virtual Worlds" in Society for Research into Higher Education, Celtic Manor, Wales.

Power, A. (2010) "Rethinking Governance for Social Networks", in Social Networking in Cyberspace, University of Wolverhampton

Power, A. (2010) "Rethinking Governance for Social Networks", in Rethinking Law, TCD Law Student Colloquium

Power A., & Kirwan, G.H. (2010, June) "Online identities in the Virtual Classroom". Poster session presented at the IADT Teaching and Learning Showcase.

Power, A. (2010) "Engaging the Citizen and Stakeholders through Technology", in Public Consultation: Actively engaging the Citizen and Stakeholders, Institute of Public Administration

Power, A. (2009) "Control of Identity", in Postgraduate Interdisciplinary Conference, Graduate School of Humanities, University of Cardiff

Power, A. (2009) "The On-line Public or Cybercitizen", in The Public in Law, Doctoral Colloquium, University of Glasgow.

Power, A. (2009) "Law and the Cybercitizen", in Rethinking Law, TCD Law Student Colloquium

Kirwan, G.H., Palmer, M & Power, A. (2008) "MSc in Cyberpsychology at IADT, Ireland". Poster session presented at the General Online Research Conference, Hamburg.

Kirwan, G.H., Palmer, M & Power, A. (2008) "MSc in Cyberpsychology at IADT, Ireland". Poster session presented at the Psychology Learning and Teaching Conference (PLAT2008)

Peer Reviewed Journals

Power, A., (2013) ‘Governance, Social Media and the Cybercitizen’, ScriptEd, 10(2).

Power, A., & Tobin, O. (2011) "Soft Law for the Internet, Lessons from International Law" ScriptEd Vol.8, Iss.1

Power, A. (2010) "EU Legitimacy and New Forms of Citizen Engagement" Electronic Journal of e-Government Volume 8 Issue 1 (pp45 - 54), available online at www.ejeg.com

Power, A. (2010) "The Online Public or Cybercitizen" ScriptEd Vol.7, Iss.1


Articles

Kirwan, G.H. and Power, A. (2012) ‘Out-thinking the cybercriminal’, Modern Medicine: The Irish Journal of Clinical Medicine, 42(2).

Power, A. (2010) “The Networked Non -Executive Director” E-zine of the Corporate Governance Association of Ireland. Available at: http://www.cgai.ie/system/uploads/59/original/Networked%20Director_APower_CGAI_Nov2010.pdf

Power, A. (2010) "Examining ‘The Social Network’" The Irish Film & Television Network available at: http://www.iftn.ie/filmography/?act1=record&aid=73&rid=4283419&sr=1&only=1&hl=social+network&tpl=archnews

Published Abstracts

Power, A. (2011) “Social Networking – A pathway to active citizenship” Intel European Research & Innovation Conference, Intel Ireland, Leixlip.

Power, A., McNichols, T., Dempsey, J., and Montayne, J. (2011) “The Impact of Innovation (vouchers) in the Classroom” EDEN 2011, University College Dublin.

Power A., & Palmer, M. (2011) “Typologies of partnerships in higher education”, Educational Studies Association of Ireland, Annual Conference, Church of Ireland College of Education Dublin.

Power A. (2011) "New Public Leadership", The International Research Society for Public Management, Trinity College Dublin

Power A., & Palmer, M. (2011) "A new I.D.E.A. for collaborative cross sector engagement", The International Research Society for Public Management, Trinity College Dublin

Power, A. (2010) "Governing in Cyberspace", in International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, University of Cambridge

Power, A. (2010) "Rethinking Governance for Social Networks", in Rethinking Law, TCD Law Student Colloquium

Power, A. (2010) "Governance in an Online World", abstract in Social Networking in Cyberspace, proceedings from University of Wolverhampton conference, p.15

Power, A. (2009) "Law and the Cybercitizen", in Rethinking Law, TCD Law Student Colloquium

Hurley, O., Power, A., & Montayne, J. (2006) "Team Building in an online environment", abstract in The Irish Psychologist, 33 (3), p.61

Events

Cyberpsychology Summer School 2011

On-Line

Centre for Creative Technologies and Applications (Website)
http://ccta.iadt.ie/ccta/

Cyberpsychology Summer School (Website)
http://www.cyberpsychology.ie/

Cyberpsychology Summer School (Facebook)
http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/pages/Virtual-Immersive-and-Cyber-Technologies-Summer-School/205539252790472

Cyberpsychology Ireland (LinkedIn)
http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=1037947&mostPopular=&trk=tyah

Cyberpsychology MSc (Facebook)
http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/Cyberpsychological


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