AIM Research Archives

In order to keep current with the dynamic environment in information technology, education, and economic development, AIM participates in a variety of research-oriented activities. Our research studies focus on survey data that helps identify key characteristics of the region’s information technology environment including trends in the IT department’s role, technology usage, educational requirements, and workforce challenges.

2013

Omaha Area IT and Engineering Talent Study
Overcoming Gender Challenges in ICT

2012
° The Human Element: Mentoring in Youth Programs

2011
° IT-Friendly Public Policy
° Youth Perceptions of IT 
° Women in IT Leadership

2010
° Web Technologies and Use of the Internet

2009
° Progressive and Regressive Aspects of Information Technology in Society: A Third Sector Perspective
° A 15-Year Look at Business Requirements for Educational Services in Information Technology; 
° Midwest Regional Business Requirements for Educational Services in Information Technology
° Low-Income, First-Generation Students – AIM Institute Programs in the Metropolitan Area

2008
° The Role of IT in Change Management 
° Trends in Information Technology Management Functions and Strategies: A Study of 66 Nebraska Firms

2006
° Information Technology for Regional Businesses: A Composite View
° Academic Disciplines & Employment Trends

2002
° Nebraska Rural/Urban Variations in Business Requirements for Educational Services in Information Technology
° Rural/Urban Variations in Business Requirements for Educational Services in Information Technology
° Midwest Regional Business Requirements for Educational Services in Information Technology

2001
° Nebraska Business Use of Information Technology
° College Internships in the Omaha Area

1999
° Progress and Change in Information Technology Educational Services

1998
° The Information Technology Environment for Greater Omaha Business: A Composite View

1997
° Washington County Businesses & Employment Trends
° Nebraska BusinessLink Small Business Use of the Internet
° Nontraditional Student Enrollment in Postsecondary Information Technology Programs
° Student Enrollment in Postsecondary Information Technology and Engineering Programs (Pipeline Study)

1996
° Nebraska Business Requirements for Educational Services in Engineering: A Statewide Study

1995
° Greater Nebraska Business Requirements for Educational Services in Engineering
° Greater Omaha Business Requirements for Educational Services in Engineering
° A Vision for Information Technology & Engineering Education
° Greater Omaha Business Requirements for Educational Services in Information Technology