Information Systems Education Journal

Volume 6 - 2008

Table of Contents

   6(1)   Examination of Employers' Perceptions and Expectations of IS Entry-level Personal and Interpersonal SkillsTesch, Braun, and Crable
   6(2)   Faculty Research and Development in the Technology DisciplinesSendall, Poteat, and Noonan
   6(3)   Assessing EMBA Programs: A Benchmarking ApproachHall and Dudley
   6(4)   Learning Style Trends and Laptop Use Patterns: Implication for Students in an IT Business SchoolPrescod and Dong
   6(5)   Design and Implementation of a Network Management Course for Undergraduate Information Systems StudentsUlema
   6(6)   Principles and Pedagogy: The Two Ps of Podcasting in the Information Technology ClassroomFrydenberg
   6(7)   Designing E-commerce Sites with the Focus on Security and Privacy of Online CustomersGabriel
   6(8)   Copyright Ethics: Relating to Students at Different Levels of Moral DevelopmentSlauson, Carpenter, and Snyder
   6(9)   Teaching Relational Algebra and Relational Calculus: A Programming ApproachMcMaster, Anderson, and Blake

Self-paced Learning and On-line Teaching of Entity-Relationship ModelingWu, Baugh, and Harvey
   6(11)   Analyses of Compliance with IS 2002 CurriculumChoi, Ulema, and Waldman
   6(12)   Cutting to the Core: Curriculum Strategies to Address OutsourcingMcAleer and Szakas
   6(13)   Encouraging Women and Minorities to Attain Degrees in Computing and Related FieldsMento, Sorkin, and Prettyman
   6(14)   Database Design and Development Case: Laophong Nang Veteran Association Reunion SystemHarris, Cline, and Cooley
   6(15)   Developing an Equal Playing Field in the Information Systems ClassroomGerhardt and Trail
   6(16)   How Effective is Student-Centric Edutainment in Large Introductory IS Survey Courses?Bakke, Faley, and Steinberg
   6(17)   Toward a Model Curriculum for an Information Systems Degree in Liberal Arts CollegesHowatt
   6(18)   Information Systems/Technology Employer Needs Survey: Analysis by Curriculum TopicJanicki, Lenox, Logan, and Woratschek
   6(19)    Design Charrette in the Classroom as a Method for Outcomes-based Action Learning in IS DesignEagen, Ngwenyama, and Prescod

Two Gestalts for Mathematics: Logical vs. ComputationalMcMaster, Rague, McMaster, and Blake
   6(21)   Work System Model as a Tool for Understanding the Problem in an Introductory IS ProjectPetkov and Petkova
   6(22)   Business Intelligence in the Information System CurriculumSegall
   6(23)   Information and Communication Technology Literacy Issues in Higher EducationShannon
   6(24)   Teaching Students How to Evaluate Sources in Online ResearchWillison and Joseph
   6(25)   Implementation and Management of an Information Systems Practicum in a Graduate Computer Information Technology CurriculumConn
   6(26)   Comparison of Project Sponsor Behavior’s in Project Initiation: the Information Systems Perspective vs All OtherTesch, Kloppenborg, and Dietz
   6(27)   Extending the Value of MIS ProgramsBeard, Schwieger, and Surendran
   6(28)   Empowering Freshmen with Technology Skills: A Security Check ApproachVanderClock and Gorgone
   6(29)   Place of Cyberlaw in MSIS CurriculaSubramanian and White

What Dick and Jane Don’t Know About IntegersWerner and Frank
   6(31)   Architectural and Process Model Approach to Information Security ManagementNnolim and Steenkamp
   6(32)   Integrating Issues of Location-based Privacy with Mobile Computing into International Information Systems CurriculaMolluzzo and Lawler
   6(33)   Alternative Approach to Technology Infrastructure Presentation within the IS2002 Model Undergraduate CurriculumEnglander
   6(34)   ORID in IS ClassesWee
   6(35)   New Measure to Analyze Student Performance Using the Likert ScaleTastle, Russell, and Wierman
   6(36)   User-Acceptance Evaluation of Two Web-based Computer Programming Teaching ToolsLiegle and Meso
   6(37)   Slickr: A Multi-Tiered Web Development Capstone Project Using Databases, Web Services, and AJAXFrydenberg
   6(38)   Student Perceptions of Information Technology Preparedness and Important Job SkillsWoodward, Ashby, Litteken, and Zamora
   6(39)   How Important is Student Computing Ability? The Role of Information Technology Competence in Business School AccreditationWolk

IS Model Curriculum and Offshoring: A Call for RevisionWhite and Tastle
   6(41)   Teaching ASP.NET in an Information Systems CurriculumWallace and Wolf
   6(42)    Changes in the Systems Analyst Skill Set: 2006 versus 2001Haga, Morris, Mawhinney, and Morrell
   6(43)   Special Topics Courses in Information Systems: Current UsesRyker, Fanguy, and Legendre
   6(44)    Exploring Declining CS/IS/IT EnrollmentsLenox, Woratschek, and Davis
   6(45)   Hammers, Nails, Windows, Doors and Teaching Great DesignWaguespack
   6(46)   Tinkertoy(tm) Exercise for Motivating Formal System ModelingWaguespack
   6(47)    Expanded Study of Integrating Issues of Location-based Privacy with Mobile Computing into General Curriculum of UniversitiesLawler, Molluzzo, and Vandepeutte
   6(48)    Data Mining Methods Course for Computer Information Systems StudentsJafar, Anderson, and Abdullat
   6(49)   Encouraging Students to Choose a Computer-related Major: the Influence of Guidance CounselorsSaunders and Hunsinger

Introductory Course Improves Retention, Especially For WomenMathis
   6(51)   Role of Wireless Communications in Temporary Team FormationLind
   6(52)   Methodology for Educating Information Systems Students on the New Paradigm of Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) TechnologyLawler, Raggad, and Howell-Barber
   6(53)   EdPod: Adding Classroom Richness to the On-Line ExperienceBennett and Cooper
   6(54)   IS Faculty Perceptions of ABET AccreditationCeccucci and White
   6(55)   Software Academic Initiatives: A Framework for supporting a Contemporary Information Systems Academic CurriculumJafar, Anderson, and Abdullat
   6(56)   Back to the Maxwell Library’s Future Student Library and Information Resource UsageHebert and Wolk
   6(57)   Does Information Systems (IS) Really Matter in Business Colleges?McDonald and Viscelli
   6(58)   Case Study in the Redesign of an Introductory MIS Course to Account for the Multiple Learning Styles of Online StudentsUry
   6(59)   Effect of Class Duration on Academic Performance and Attendance in an Introductory Computer ClassSchultz and Sharp

Design and Implementation of a First Course in Computer Programming for Computing Majors, Non-Majors and Industry Professionals within a Liberal Education FrameworkHarkins
   6(61)   Five Years of Success: Some Outcomes of the Carnegie Mellon Information Assurance Capacity Building ProgramSledge, Manson, Berta, and Tsamitis
   6(62)   Women Students’ Confidence in Information Technology Content AreasColyar and Woodward
   6(63)   Systematic and Holistic IT Project Management Approach for Commercial Software with Case StudiesKraft
   6(64)   Web 2.0 Matters: An Analysis of Implementing Web 2.0 in the ClassroomSendall, Ceccucci, and Peslak
   6(65)   “WAC”ked: A Case Study Incorporating a Writing Process into an IS ClassTakeda, Crabtree, and Johnson
   6(66)   Value of Service-Learning in the CIS Curriculum: A Case StudyLenox