Information Systems Education Journal

Volume 2 - 2004 - Table of Contents

   2(1)   Using the IS 2002 Model Curriculum for Mapping an IS Curriculum Daigle, Longenecker, Landry, and Pardue
   2(2)   Design and Implementation of a Doctoral Program of Management in Information TechnologySteenkamp and DeGennaro
   2(3)    Information System Security Course for the Undergraduate Information Systems CurriculumSteele, Stojkovic, and Zaveri
   2(4)    Balance between Teaching and Research: The Development of a Survey Instrument to Assess Factors that Affect MIS ResearchMcCarthy, Claffey, and White

Simplicity First: Use of Tools in Undergraduate Computer Science and Information Systems TeachingNaugler and Surendran
   2(6)    Computer Literacy Course: Putting It All TogetherBennett and Cooper
   2(7)   Three “Hot” Emerging Technologies: What They Are, and What They Mean for IS EducationSubramanian and White
   2(8)   Designing a Prerequisite Course for a Computer Information Systems Program in a Computer Science CurriculumWu
   2(9)    Bridging the Technological Gap between Academia and Industry:Towards a Successful e-Commerce Graduate ProgramSong, Trajkovski, and Hong

COBOL DFA ToolFinkbine
   2(11)    Investigation of the Methodologies of Business Process ReengineeringStoica, Chawat, and Shin
   2(12)    Service-Learning Impact on IS Students in a Web Development CourseGuthrie and Navarrete
   2(13)    Developing a Collaborative Learning Facility to Support Advanced Information Systems Courses: The LMU ExperienceEwusi-Mensah, Seal, and Abraham
   2(14)   Information Certification under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act: Implications for Computing EducatorsCantu, Gonzalez, Leal, Koong, and Liu

New Teaching Paradigm in Information Systems Education: An Investigation and Report on the Origins, Significance, and Efficacy of the Agile Development MovementConn
   2(16)   Decision Support System: A Study of Telework Initiatives Gilyot, Zhang, Alijani, and Thangada
   2(17)    Internet and Web-Based Database TechnologyAbdullat
   2(18)   Integrated Learning Nets: Applications to Business EducationHall and Morrissey
   2(19)   XML Technologies and/or Relational Databases: A Classroom ExperienceAbuhejleh

Dumpster Diving and Information Responsibility: Research Projects as Change AgentsChepaitis
   2(21)    Matching Employer Needs With IS Curriculum: An Exploratory StudyJanicki, Kline, Gowan, and Konopaske
   2(22)    Considerations for Partitioning Application Activities in a Multi-Tiered EnvironmentJordan
   2(23)   SWOT Analysis and Theory of Constraint in Information Technology ProjectsSabbaghi and Vaidyanathan
   2(24)   Information Systems National Assessment Update: The Results of a Beta Test of a New Information Systems Exit Exam Based on the IS 2002 Model CurriculumReynolds, Longenecker, Landry, et al

Worldwide Internet Usages and Online Multi-Linguistic Population Comparison StudyWei
   2(26)   IT Roles and IT People – an IT Manager’s PerspectiveSun
   2(27)   Integrating Programming and Systems Analysis Course Content: Resolving the Chicken-or-the-Egg Dilemma in Introductory IS CoursesGuthrie
   2(28)   Intention-Directed Modeling TechniqueKuofie and Wagner
   2(29)    Electronic Commerce: An Alternative for Small BusinessesAlijani, Amugo, Eweni, Welsh, and Belkhouche

Assessment of Spreadsheet and Database Skills in the Undergraduate StudentBaugh
   2(31)   First Course in Database ManagementBaugh
   2(32)    Addressing Student Difficulties in Using Numeric Data Downloaded from the World Wide WebPelosi and Russell
   2(33)   Online Global B-School: FDU’s Quest to Establish its Business School Presence in the Online, Global CommunityHsu
   2(34)   Enhancing The Web Customer’s Experience: Techniques and Business Impacts of Web Personalization and CustomizationDrogan and Hsu