Journal of Information Systems Education

Journal publishing applications-oriented and research articles covering information systems education and training topics.

Articles from Vol. 22, No. 1, Spring

Convention Center Management: A Systems Analysis & Design Course Project
1. CASE LEARNING OBJECTIVES The semester project is structured as a group effort; however, it is extremely important for each student to have an opportunity to participate in all phases of the project, with the workload evenly spread so that no...
Curriculum Mapping as a Tool for Continuous Improvement of IS Curriculum
1. INTRODUCTION Under the current conditions of labor market uncertainty, economic instability, and rapid technological change, strategies for developing integrated curricula that would provide a coherent, aligned educational experience to students...
Designing an Academic Project Management Program: A Collaboration between a University and a PMI Chapter
1. INTRODUCTION Projects are taking a more prominent position in strategic planning and organizational success in today's competitive environment. Industry has indicated a desire for universities to produce graduates with critical thinking, leadership,...
Editor's Message
I hope this issue finds everyone enjoying spring! After much deliberation with the some of the Assistant Editors, Editorial Board members, and Reviewers, I have implemented a couple of changes beginning this year. JISE now has a Senior Editorial Board....
Enhancing Student Learning of Enterprise Integration and Business Process Orientation through an ERP Business Simulation Game
1. INTRODUCTION Understanding the concepts of cross-functional business processes and their management are key graduate requirements today in process-centric organizations. In general, it is difficult to teach these concepts to business students...
LAN Configuration and Analysis: Projects for the Data Communications and Networking Course
1.INTRODUCTION The importance of computer networks in organizations cannot be over emphasized. However, the typical networking course involves many technical concepts and terms; as a result, lectures and textbooks are often perceived to be too technical,...
Wiki or Word? Evaluating Tools for Collaborative Writing and Editing
1. INTRODUCTION Organizations are relying increasingly on virtual teams to perform a range of activities (Hertel, Geister, and Konradt, 2005). Because members of virtual teams do not necessarily work in close proximity, finding ways to support collaboration...