Information Systems Education Journal

Volume 7 - 2009

Table of Contents

   7(1)    Factors Influencing Females Whether to Become Computer Information Systems Majors Hunsinger, Holt, and Knight
   7(2)    Teaching at the Speed of Light: Tips on Teaching an Intensive SemesterTakeda
   7(3)    Database System for IS Curriculum Assessment using ISA Examination PerformanceSegall, Ghosh, and Morrell
   7(4)    Bridging the Digital Divide in Undergraduate Business Information Systems EducationKraft, Kakish, and Steenkamp
   7(5)    Enhancing Decision Sciences Education Through Intelligent Tutors Hall and Ko
   7(6)    Teaching Ethics in MIS Courses: An Introduction to Ethical Intensity and Eight Short Ethical Dilemmas for the Classroom Harris and Harris
   7(7)    Reversing the Decline of CIS Enrollment in Colleges and Universities by Creating Viable and Attractive Minors in CIS: A Statistical Study of CIS Minors at US Colleges and UniversitiesRussell, Russell, and Pollacia
   7(8)    Clarifying Computing Study Choices for the StudentKaplan
   7(9)    Survey of Communication Media Utilized During IS Group Projects Takeda and Johnson

MTSolution: A Visual and Interactive Tool for a Formal Languages and Automata Course Martínez, Barbuzza, Mauco, and Favre
   7(11)    Systems Analysis and Design Semester Project: A Stand-alone Project vs a Competitive Project Harris
   7(12)    Evaluating the Suitability of Dynamic Web Platforms for Teaching Exception Handling Dehinbo
   7(13)    Using Remote Desktop Applications in Education Hutchison and Bekkering.
   7(14)    Introduction to Computer Forensics for Non-MajorsKortsarts and Harver
   7(15)    Systems Oriented Architecture, Unified Process Life Cycle, and IS Model Curriculum Compatibility: Meeting Industry Needs Kohun, Wood, and Laverty
   7(16)    Implementing Ethical and Legal Issues in an ABET Accredited IS ProgramFarkas and Molluzzo
   7(17)    Pedagogy of Utilizing Lengthy and Multifaceted Projects in Capstone ExperiencesHashemi and Kellersberger
   7(18)    Establishing the Worthiness of Information Systems Data through Information Engineering Ugboma
   7(19)    Course in Storage Technologies from EMC Corporation for use in Computer Science and/or Information Technology CurriculaVan Sickle

Implications of Role Play and Team Teaching as Strategies for Information Technology Pedagogy Lombard and Biglan
   7(21)    Gender and Technology Careers: the Gap Continues Molluzzo and Dwyer
   7(22)    Complexities of Effectively Teaching Client-Server System Development Stillman and Peslak.
   7(23)    Bringing OOAD&P Together: A Synthesis Approach Goulet and Dollinger
   7(24)    Capstone Projects: Putting the Pieces Together Malinowski and Noble
   7(25)    Tailoring an MIS Degree: Incorporating Current Skills in an Accelerated Format Jordan, Henderson, and Schaefer
   7(26)    Coaching Asynchronous Teams for Undergraduate Programming Projects Hartness
   7(27)    Case Study: Developing an Architectural Design Description for the Technology–Communications Engineering Viewpoint Steenkamp, Alomari, Basal, and Kakish
   7(28)    Creating Web Services for Legacy COBOL VanLengen and Haney
   7(29)    Patching the Pipeline: A Community College Approach Leitherer and Tupper

Survey Analysis of the Perceptions of IS Educators and IS Professionals Appertaining to the Course Content of an Undergraduate Information Systems Capstone Course Russell and Russell
   7(31)    Factors Impacting the Supply and Demand of IT Workers in Canada and the USA Grant and Babin
   7(32)    Analysis and Design Case Suitable for Procedural and Object Oriented Approaches, Surendran and Naugler
   7(33)    Combining Real-World Internships With Software Development Courses Martincic
   7(34)    Project-based Learning - An Emergent Framework for Designing Courses Melin, Axelsson, and Wedlund
   7(35)    Offering a Digital Forensics Course in Anchorage, Alaska Desai, Fitzgerald, and Hoanca
   7(36)    FPGA Paint Brush Application Edwards, Courtney, and Yang
   7(37)    Rolling Learning Cell: A Method to Integrate Individual Assessment and Team Grading Components in Information Systems Curriculum Team Projects Russell and Goodnight
   7(38)    Introductory Programming with ALICE as a Gateway to the Computing Profession McKenzie
   7(39)    Delivering SAP Information Systems Courses 9116 Kilometers from Home Stein

Teaching Software Engineering Including Integration with Other Disciplines Stillman and Peslak
   7(41)    Pedagogical Expert System for Adapted and Therapeutic Exercise: An Interdisciplinary Approach Valentine and Arnhold
   7(42)    Results of Online Teaching: A Case Study Sagheb-Tehrani
   7(43)    Using the Technology Acceptance Model for Outcomes Assessment in Higher Education Wolk
   7(44)    Forces for Change in the New IS 20xx Curriculum McAleer and Szakas
   7(45)    Problems with Assessing On-line and Non-Traditional Programs for Accreditation Roggio and Comer
   7(46)    Computer Literacy Proficiency Testing VanLengen
   7(47)    What Should IS Majors Know About Regulatory Compliance? VanLengen
   7(48)    How Distance Education Has Changed Teaching and the Role of the Instructor O’Neil
   7(49)    Ajax Enabled Query Tool – The Capstone Experience Dollinger, Ford, Helf, and Reimer

Alice and the Introductory Programming Course: An Invitation to Dialogue Goulet and Slater
   7(51)    Analyzing the Progression of IS/IT Keywords as Assessed by a Regional Trade Association Kovacs, Davis, and Caputo
   7(52)    Merging Object-Oriented Programming, Database Design, Requirements Analysis, and Web Technologies in an Active Learning Environment Kovacs and Baugh
   7(53)    Teaching Relational Database Concepts to Computer Literacy Students: The Spreadsheet Metaphor Steinberg
   7(54)    Physical Level Systems Design: a Methodology for Inclusion in our Systems Analysis and Design Textbooks Rosenthal and Park
   7(55)    Follow-up Study of Using Remote Desktop Applications in Education Bekkering and Hutchison
   7(56)    Systems Analysis and Design Course Experience with both MIS and CS Majors Harris
   7(57)    Approach to Teaching IT Life Cycle Processes Steenkamp and Van
   7(58)    Student Attitudes and Perceptions Regarding Computing and its Related Disciplines Woratschek and Lenox
   7(59)    Defining CS, IS, and IT: Are We There Yet? Woratschek and Lenox

From “Sage on the Stage” to “Guide on the Side” Revisited: (Un)Covering the Content in the Learner-Centered Information Systems Course Saulnier
   7(61)    Two-Page “OO Green Card” for Students and Teachers Waguespack
   7(62)    Supply of Computer Graduates is Not Binary! VanLengen
   7(63)    Developing the Information Literacy of University Students: Integrating Research into Curricula Beard, Schwieger, and Surendran
   7(64)    Cultural Influence on Social Isolation in Doctoral Programs and Doctoral Attrition - A Case Study Ali and Kohun
   7(65)    Action Plan to Increase IS Enrollment Based on Recent Survey Evidence Snyder, Slauson, and Carpenter
   7(66)    Encouraging Students to Learn on the Fly in CIS courses Slauson, Snyder, and Carpenter
   7(67)    Examining the Impact of a New Information Systems Program and NSF STEM Funding on Computing Enrollments Battig
   7(68)    Two Frameworks for Discrete Mathematics McMaster, Rague, and Hadfield
   7(69)    Open Source and Freeware – Strategic Resources for IS Pedagogical Endeavors Scher

Complecto Mutatio: Teaching Software Design Best Practices Using Multi-Platform Development Connolly
   7(71)    “Cycle of Poverty” in Educational Technology Shannon, Bennett, and Schneider
   7(72)    Emphasizing Communication Skills in the Curriculum for the Computer Information Systems Grad Baugh, Davis, and Turchek
   7(73)    Let's Have Fun with That Required Computer Information Systems Introduction Course Baugh
   7(74)    Student Success with Java Online vs Java On-Ground Baugh
   7(75)    Answering the Need for Information Assurance Graduates: A Case Study of Pennsylvania State University’s Security and Risk Analysis Major Marchant, Cole, and Chu
   7(76)    Improving the Global Supply Chain through Tightening Information Technology Security Kakish
   7(77)    IT Students and Computer Ethics: Making the Case for Further Training and Ethical Development Woodward, Ceccucci, and Whitney
   7(78)    Six Sigma Encounter with Information Systems Hayen
   7(79)    Leveraging Academic Resources in the ABET Accreditation Process: A Case from California University of Pennsylvania Boff, DeLorenzo, Kovalchick, and Sible

Qualitative Look at Alice and Pair-Programming Howard, Evans, Courte, and Bishop-Clark (20 Jul 2009).
   7(81)    Offshoring And Immigration -- The Impacts On IT Workers In Canada And The United States Grant and Babin
   7(82)    Less is More When Developing PowerPoint Animations Mahar, Yaylacicegi, and Janicki
   7(83)    Assessment of Student Outcomes in Management Information Systems Online Course Participation Omar, Kalulu, and Bhutta
   7(84)    Study of the Inclusion of Programming Languages in an Undergraduate Information Systems Curriculum Bhatnagar
   7(85)    Issues and Challenges for Selecting a Programming Language in a Technology Update Course Ali and Mensch
   7(86)    Effectiveness of Online Discussion Groups Filipski and Bigrigg
   7(87)    Effectiveness of Teaching Ethics: Assessment of Changes in Associative Networks Kreie, Alt, Cronan, and Leonard
   7(88)    Establishing a Model to Identify Information Systems in Nontraditional Organizations Adams

Technical Classes Online: A Different Breed of Learning? Maurino, Federman, and Greenwald
   7(90)    Assessing Team Performance in Information Systems Projects Tastle, Boasson
   7(91)    Project Course Redesign Using Open Social Utilities Winkler
   7(92)    Ask the Audience - Using Clickers to Enhance Introductory Business Statistics Courses Koppel and Berenson
   7(93)    My Personal Computer Lab: Operating in the "Cloud" Murphy and McClelland
   7(94)    Critical Success Factors in the Planning of a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Strategy for Educators and Managers Lawler, Benedict, Howell-Barber, and Joseph
   7(95)    Expanding Flexible Models of Service Learning in Information Systems Curricula. Lawler and Joseph