ISEDJ - Information Systems Education Journal


Information Systems Education Journal

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Volume 18, No. 6 - December, 2020

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4 Real-Time Visual Analytics: An Experiential Learning Activity for Undergraduates
Paul Stephens, Bradley University
Jacob Young, Bradley University

13 eXtensible Computing Curriculum Reporting Language (XCCRL)
Jeffry Babb, West Texas A&M University
Jason Sharp, Tarleton State University
Leslie Waguespack, Bentley University
Amjad Abdullat, West Texas A&M University
Kareem Dana, West Texas A&M University

28 Encouraging Lifelong Learning through Tech Explorations
Jim Marquardson, Northern Michigan University

38 The impact of an interactive textbook in a beginning programming course
Joni K. Adkins, Northwest Missouri State University
Diana R. Linville, Northwest Missouri State University
Charles Badami, Northwest Missouri State University

46 Cloud Based Evidence Acquisitions in Digital Forensic Education
Diane Barrett, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

57 Teaching Applications and Implications of Blockchain via Project-Based Learning: A Case Study
Kevin Mentzer, Bryant University
Mark Frydenberg, Bentley University
David J. Yates, Bentley University

86 Class Participation and Student Performance: A Tale of Two Courses
Ernst Bekkering, Northeastern State University
Ted Ward, Northeastern State University


ISSN#: 1545-679X

The Information Systems Education Journal (ISEDJ) is a peer reviewed journal published six times per year that focuses on IS education including (but not limited to) model curriculum, outcomes assessment, distance education challenges, capstone and service learning projects, security, and information system research toward educators. Accepted papers are peer reviewed to determine quality and level of contribution. This submission process is integrated with the EDSIG Conference on Information Systems & Computing Education (EDSIGCON)


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