Journal of Information Systems Education

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

Articles from Vol. 22, No. 2, Summer

An Empirical Examination of the Composition of Vocational Interest in Business Colleges: MIS vs. Other Majors
1. INTRODUCTION Numerous studies have examined why students choose a particular major in college. This has critical significance not only for students, but for college departments as well. Students wish to pursue a major and subsequent career that...
An Investigation of Digital Literacy Needs of Students
1. INTRODUCTION The top five challenges in teaching and learning with technology include the development of 21st century information, digital, and visual literacies to ensure that students are equipped with the skills needed to succeed in college...
Bank Solutions Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity: A Case Study for Business Students
1. CASE SUMMARY This case is used by the authors during an information assurance course taught as part of an accounting and information systems degree. It is presented during the portion of the semester when business continuity and disaster recovery...
Design and Delivery of Multiple Server-Side Computer Languages Course
1. Introduction There have been critical discussions on the IS curriculum design during the last several years (Topi et al. 2010). The most notable trend in the IS curriculum renewal movement is to develop more new IS electives to meet the needs...
GlobePort Faces Global Business Challenges-Assessing the Organizational Side of Information Systems Projects
1. GLOBEPORT NETWORKS GlobePort Networks is a leading multinational networking product design, development, manufacturing and servicing company. GlobePort is a market leader in the business of manufacturing and servicing of networking equipment,...
Hands-On ERP Learning: Using OpenERP[R], an Alternative to SAP[R]
1. INTRODUCTION As organizations face increasing global competition, organizations have no choice but to become more effective. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems provide one solution by providing management a better understanding and transparency...
Jay's Collectibles
1. CASE SUMMARY Jay Wilson began collecting sports autographs as a hobby in the late 1960s as a young boy. Over several years, he was able to amass a collection of more than one thousand autographs mostly by writing to sports stars and requesting...
Teach Them How They Learn: Learning Styles and Information Systems Education
1. INTRODUCTION There are many differing contexts associated with the word "style." In a general context, style may refer to the characteristics which signify, unify, or distinguish an entity via form or function (Merriam-Webster, 2008). It is common...