Rene F. Reitsma

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Credentials: 
Ph.D. (1990 - Policy Sciences), Faculty of Policy Sciences, Radboud University, The Netherlands.
M.S. (1984 - Human Geography), Faculty of Policy Sciences, Radboud University, The Netherlands.

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At OSU
Affiliated with: 
College of Business
Research/Career Interests: 

Employment:

2012 - present: Professor of Business Information Systems, College of Business, Oregon State University.

2002: 2012: Associate Professor, Dept. of Accounting, Finance and Information Management, College of Business, Oregon State University.

1999 - 2002: Associate Professor, Dept. of Information Systems, St. Francis Xavier University.

1990 - 1999: Research Associate, Center for Advanced Decision Support for Water and Environmental Systems (CADSWES), University of Colorado, Boulder.

1987 - 1988: Research Scholar, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Laxenburg, Austria.

1985 - 1989: Lecturer, Dept. of Policy Sciences, Radboud University, The Netherlands.

Sponsored Research:

  • TeachEngineering NSDL STEM Exchange.
    Topic/objective: Extension of NSDL collections with Learning Application Ready (LAR) data and para data.
    Sponsor: US National Science Foundation.
    Organization: Oregon State University.
    Duration: 2010-2011.
    Funding: US$ $20,890.
    Role: Co-Principal investigator
  • TeachEngineering Collection Extension.
    Topic/objective: Cost aspects of using OSS.
    Sponsor: US National Science Foundation.
    Organization: Oregon State University.
    Duration: 2010-2011.
    Funding: US$ $34,515.
    Role: Co-Principal investigator
  • TeachEngineering Web Metrics Analysis.
    Topic/objective: Web Metric Analysis.
    Sponsor: Agilent Corp. (Subcontract with Univ. of Colorado at Boulder).
    Organization: Oregon State University.
    Duration: 2008-2009
    Funding: US$ $14,982
    Role: Co-Principal investigator
  • Open Source Software (OSS) Cost Accounting.
    Topic/objective
    : Cost aspects of using OSS.
    Sponsor
    : Oregon State University - College of Business.
    Organization
    : Oregon State University.
    Duration
    : 2007.
    Funding
    : US$ 5,000.
    Role
    : Co-Principal investigator
  • River Simulation System (RSS).
    Topic/objective
    : Computer-based Simulation of River and Reservoir Operations, Scheduling and Planning.
    Sponsor
    : United States Bureau of Reclamation.
    Organization
    : University of Colorado, Boulder.
    Duration
    : 1991-1993.
    Funding
    : US$ 1,080,000.
    Role
    : Principal investigator.
My Publications

Presentations


R. Reitsma, Sullivan, J., and Cyr, M., TeachEngineering Poster Session, National Science Digital Library Annual Meeting. Washington, DC, 2006.

Books

Cases

Book Chapters


R. Reitsma, Web Services, in Bidgoli, H. (Ed.) Handbook of Technology Management; John Wiley & Sons, vol. 3, Hoboken, NJ: , 2010, pp. 578-592.

R. Reitsma, Logical Expressions, in Encyclopedia of Geographic Information Science, Sage Publications, 27-272., 2008.

R. Reitsma, Multidimensional Scaling, in Encyclopedia of Geographic Information Science, Sage Publications, 293-297., 2008.

R. Reitsma and Pasteris, P., Acquisition, Management and Dissemination of Climate Data, in Water and Climate in the Western United States; University Press of Colorado, Boulder, Boulder, Colorado: , 2003, pp. 59-65.

C. Lewis, Reitsma, R., Wilson, E., and Zigurs, I., Extending Coordination Theory to Deal With Goal Conflicts, in Coordination Theory and Collaboration Technology: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, NJ: , 2001, pp. 651-672.

C. Lewis, Reitsma, R., Wilson, V., and Zigurs, I., Extending Coordination Theory to Deal With Goal Conflicts, in Olson, G.M., Malone, T., Smith, J. (Eds.), Coordination Theory and Collaboration Technology, Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2001, pp. 651-672.

L. Carlson and Reitsma, R., A Design Process, in Introductory Engineering Design: A Projects-based Approach, 3rd Edition, Regents of the University of Colorado, Boulder, CO: , 1999, pp. 55-77.

R. Reitsma, Après Moi Le Deluge: Multicriterion Problems in Multiregional Water Resources Decision Making, in Spatial Multicriteria Decision Making and Analysis: A Geographic Information Sciences Approach, Ashgate Publishing Ltd., Aldershot: , 1999, pp. 247-274.

R. Reitsma, Bootstrapping River Basin Models with Object Orientation and GIS Topology, in Goodchild, M.F., Steyaert, L.T., Parks, B.O. (Eds.) GIS and Environmental Modeling: Progress and Research Issues; GIS World Books; Fort Collins, CO, 1996, pp. 457-461.

R. Reitsma, Zagona, E., Chapra, S., and Strzepek, K., Decision Support Systems for Water Resources Management, in Mays, L.W. (Ed.) Water Resources Handbook; McGraw-Hill; New York, N.Y., 1996, pp. 33.1-33.35.

R. Reitsma, Trivial Pursuit and a few Suggestions, in Densham, P.J., Armstrong, M.P. Kemp, K.K. (Eds.) Collaborative Spatial Decision Making; National Center for Geographic Infromation and Analysis; Technical Report 95-14; NCGIA, University of California, Santa Barbara; 163-168, 1995.

R. Reitsma, Decision Support Systems (DSS) for Environmental Conflicts: Tools for Establishing a Base for Negotiation, in Burton, L., Burgess, G. (Eds.) Improving the Environmental Problem-Solving Process: Lessons from the 1988-1992 California Drought; University of Colorado Conflict Research Consortium, Boulder Colorado, 1993.

R. Reitsma and Vergoossen, A., A Causal Typology of Migration: The Role of Commuting, in Bogue, D., Arriaga, E.E., Anderton, D. (Eds.) Readings in Population Research Methodology; vol. 4: Nuptiality, Migration, Household, and Family Research; United Nations Population Fund; Social Development Center, Chicago, IL, 1992, pp. 223-232.

K. Fedra and Reitsma, R., Decision Support and Geographical Information Systems, in Scholten, H. Stillwell, J. (Eds.) Geographical Information Systems for Urban and Regional Planning; Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 1990, pp. 177-190.

R. Reitsma, Relationeel Modelleren van het Produktiemilieu van Typen Bedrijvigheid (Relational Modeling of the Industrial Production Environment), in Hendriks, P.H.J., Smagt, A.G.M. van der (Eds.) Methoden op een Keerpunt (Changing Methods), vol. 77, 1988, pp. 83-105.

J. van Dinteren and Reitsma, R., Keuzemodellen in het Onderzoek naar de Vestigingsplaats van Kantoorondernemers (Choice Models in the Analysis of Office Location Behavior), in J.H.J., Hart, H.W. ter (Eds.) Geografie en Kantoren 1985 (Geography and Office Firms 1985); Netherlands Geographical Studies, vol. 21, 1986, pp. 83-98.

P. Hendriks and Reitsma, R., Wonen in de Nijmeegse Binnenstad (Residing and Working in the Interior City of Nijmegen), in Bouwer, K., Ekkers, P., Hendriks, P., Wever, E. (Eds.) Wonen en Werken in het Nijmeegse (Residing and Working in Nijmegen); Essays on the Occasion of the 25th Annum of the Department of Geography, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands);, Van Gorcum, Assen: , 1983, pp. 38-48.

Audiovisual


R. Reitsma, Building as a Learning Tool (http://blt.colorado.edu: 2000-2002), Funded by the Integrated Teaching and Learning Laboratory of the University of Colorado, Boulder. 2002.

R. Reitsma, ITLL Modules Database and Web-based System (2001-2002), Funded by the Integrated Teaching and Learning Laboratory, University of Colorado, Boulder. 2002.

R. Reitsma, TeachEngineering K12 Digital Library Collection (2002), Funded by the Integrated Teaching and Learning Laboratory, University of Colorado, Boulder. 2002.

R. Reitsma, Hydrologic Database (HDB: 1997-1999), Funded by the United States Bureau of Reclamation. 1997.

Reports

Magazine Articles

Miscellaneous


R. Reitsma and Vergoossen, T., een causale Typology: de Rol van de Pendel(A Causal Typology; the Role of Commuting), in: Buursing, J., Wever, E. (Eds.) (1986) Regio en Ontwikkeling. Aspecten van Regionaal-economishe Ontwikkelingen in Nederland (Region and Development). Netherlands Geographical Studies., vol. 26. pp. 130-148, 1986.

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