Information Systems Education Journal

ISEDJ is published six times a year and features peer reviewed manuscripts in the area of applied information systems research.The mission of ISEDJ is to publish quality papers in the field of Information Systems education. Manuscripts of interest include (but are not limited to) information systems model curriculum, outcomes assessment, distance education challenges, information system research toward educators, capstone and service learning projects and security and assurance.

Current Issue - Volume 12, No. 2 - March, 2014

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4 Relevance of Student Resources in a Flipped MIS Classroom
Joni K. Adkins, Northwest Missouri State University

10 Access to On-line Learning: A SAD Case
Karla M. Kmetz, University of South Florida – St. Petersburg
Christopher J. Davis, University of South Florida – St. Petersburg

18 Computer Security Primer: Systems Architecture, Special Ontology and Cloud Virtual Machines
Leslie J. Waguespack, Bentley University

29 Different Keystrokes for Different Folks: Addressing Learning Styles in Online Education
Jamie Pinchot, Robert Morris University
Karen Paullet, Robert Morris University

38 Student Perception of Social Media as a Course Tool
Richard V. McCarthy, Quinnipiac University
Mary M. McCarthy, Central Connecticut State University

47 A Comparison of Faculty and Student Perceptions of Cyberbullying
John C. Molluzzo, Pace University
James P. Lawler, Pace University

64 A Learning Theory Conceptual Foundation for Using Capture Technology in Teaching
Victor Berardi, Kent State University at Stark
Greg Blundell, Kent State University at Stark

(Information Systems Education Journal) is sponsored by the:

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Information Technology Professionals

ISSN: 1545-679X