At NUIG Dr Kreps teaches the Information Systems Security and Ethics module at Postgraduate level, bringing his expertise in philosophy and ethics to the class.

Dr Kreps is the Business Information Systems Bachelor of Science Programme Director in the J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics, and teaches modules on Business Information Systems and Applied Systems Analysis to the undergraduates in his care.

Over the previous decades, alongside delivering Web Standards based Web Development modules for undergraduates in the Operations and Information Management unit of the Salford Business School for many years, Dr Kreps was creator and deliverer of the first MSc eGovernance in the UK (which ran between 2004/05 and 07/08).  Dr Kreps was the Postgraduate Programme Leader for the Information Systems Masters programmes in the Salford Business School from Feb 08 to Sept 10.

Dr Kreps has been Module Leader and teacher on:

  • Operations and Information Management (PG)
  • Information Systems (PG)
  • eGovernment Policy and Practice (PG)
  • Operations and Information Management (PG)
  • Technoculture (PG)
  • Information Systems (PG)
  • Information Architecture (PG)
  • Information Society (PG)
  • Mobile Application Development (UG)
  • Dynamic Web Development (UG)

Dr Kreps has supervised a large number of undergraduate and postgraduate dissertation students, and brought several doctoral students from inception to completion.

Dr Kreps holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice (PGCAP) and is a Senior Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy.

David has been External Examiner for a number of Undergraduate information systems modules at Westminster Business School, 2011-2013, and is now (2019-2023) External Examiner for a number of both Postgraduate and Undergraduate modules at the University of West London. David has also been External Examiner for a number of PhD students.  See External for more details.

PhD Supervision

David is currently supervising doctoral students on the following topics:

  • critical approaches to information systems, including social media;
  • critical understanding of ICTs in organisational contexts;
  • digital inclusion of over 65s;
  • privacy, surveillance and intimacy of wearable technology
  • the general area of the philosophy of information systems, critical approaches to information systems, digital inclusion, and societal impacts of the internet of things.