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 five papers covering a variety of topics and issues. The issue opens with two teaching tips: the first provides valuable insight and tools for managing student teams for software engineering course projects and the second offers an example of an exercise to engage students in learning about business processes and ERP. The issue continues with a study of student perceptions of cybersecurity issues and topics and the implications this knowledge has for curriculum design. The next paper examines the role and impact of the introductory IS course on students' perceptions of IS professionals. The final paper in this issue won the Best Paper Award at the 2015 EDSIG Conference in Wilmington, NC. The paper assesses the Google Online Marketing Challenge from the perspective of experiential learning and the development of life skills.

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 is now closed, but you are encouraged to attend even if you are not presenting. You can learn more about the conference by reading the CFP at the end of this issue and by visiting http://www. …

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