ISEDJ - Information Systems Education Journal


Information Systems Education Journal

Current Issue

Volume 17, No. 5 - October, 2019

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4 Software Concepts Emphasized in Introductory Programming Textbooks
Kirby McMaster, Weber State University
Brian Rague, Weber State University
Samuel Sambasivam, Azusa Pacific University
Stuart L. Wolthuis, Brigham Young University - Hawaii

17 IT Infrastructure Strategy in an Undergraduate Course
Ronald E. Pike, Cal Poly Pomona
Brandon Brown, Coastline College

22 Building the Physical Web: A Campus Tour Using Bluetooth Low Energy Beacons
Jake OConnell, Bentley University
Mark Frydenberg, Bentley University

32 Information System Curriculum versus Employer Needs: A Gap Analysis
Lori N. K. Leonard, University of Tulsa
Kiku Jones, Quinnipiac University
Guido Lang, Quinnipiac University

39 The Soul of the Introductory Information Systems Course
Minoo Modaresnezhad, University of North Carolina Wilmington
George Schell, University of North Carolina Wilmington


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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Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP)