Academic journal article Journal of Information Systems Education

Editor's Message

Academic journal article Journal of Information Systems Education

Editor's Message

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In this issue, we present six papers covering a variety of topics and issues. The issue opens with a Teaching Case that adapts the Northwind database to support a database course. The issue continues with a manuscript that analyzes Data Analytics and Data Science undergraduate degree programs. Two papers address student learning of ERP--one looks at cultural determinants and the other looks at the use of ERPsim. The fifth paper examines whether students should be allowed to grade their own homework. The final paper looks at MIS program outcomes from the students' perspective. Enjoy!

I would like to draw your attention to the next EDSIG Conference to be held in Las Vegas, NV, from November 6-9, 2016, at the Plaza Hotel. The submission system will open on May 1 with submissions due on June 1 (for award consideration), July 1 (for journal consideration--ISEDJ and JISAR), and August 1 (for proceedings inclusion). You can learn more about the conference by reading the CFP at the end of this issue and by visiting http://www.iscap.info. The goal of the EDSIG Conference Team (Eric Breimer, Tom Janicki, Scott Hunsinger, Jeffry Babb, Muhammed Miah, Peter Wu, Anthony Serapiglia, Cameron Lawrence, and many others) is to serve you and the computing education community with the most efficient, inclusive, academically sound and enjoyable experience possible! …

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