Roger McHaney is a University Distinguished Teaching Scholar and professor of management information systems. He currently holds the Daniel D. Burke Chair for Exceptional Faculty and has served as a department chair. A K-State faculty member since 1995, McHaney teaches courses in enterprise systems, quality management and business computing. He also has been instrumental in the development of K-State distance learning programs and offers several courses via computer mediated technologies. His current areas of research include discrete event computer simulation, educational technology, Web 2.0 applications in business, and organizational computing. His research has appeared in Decision Sciences, Communications of the ACM, Communications Research, International Journal of Operations & Production Management, Information & Management, Decision Support Systems, Simulation, and others. He is author of the book The New Digital Shoreline and gives frequents talks about the impact of new media on higher education. McHaney has won numerous awards including the Coffman Chair for University Distinguished Teaching Scholars in 2006-7. During that time he developed an award-winning, online video teaching exchange for K-State distance learning faculty and has since co-created ELATEwiki, an Electronic Learning and Teaching Exchange. McHaney holds bachelors and masters degrees from Lake Superior State University and a doctorate in computer information systems and quantitative analysis from the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas.