Journal of Information Systems Education

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

Articles from Vol. 22, No. 4, Winter

An Approach to Meeting AACSB Assurance of Learning Standards in an IS Core Course
1. INTRODUCTION Accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) is much sought after by business schools. However, only 35% of four-year undergraduate business programs in the United States have AACSB accreditation....
Communication Challenges in Requirements Definition: A Classroom Simulation
1. INTRODUCTION Systems analysis and design is a standard course offering within information systems programs and often an important lecture topic in Information Systems core courses. Given the persistent difficulty that organizations experience...
Editor's Message
I hope this issue finds everyone enjoying the New Year! This issue contains a keyword and author indexing. I want to express my appreciation and thanks to our associate editors, the senior editorial board, the editorial board, and the reviewers for...
Experiencing the Elicitation of User Requirements and Recording Them in Use Case Diagrams through Role-Play
1. INTRODUCTION Instructors of systems analysis and design (SA&D) courses endeavor to prepare their students for the job of analyzing live systems in industry. Many SA&D courses leverage lectures and case studies to achieve those goals....
IS 2010 and ABET Accreditation: An Analysis of ABET-Accredited Information Systems Programs
1. CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS (IS) Curriculum development efforts for baccalaureate degree programs in Information Systems have been ongoing for close to four decades. Driven by the recognition that the educational needs...
Procyon LLC: From Music Recommendations to Preference Mapping
1. BACKGROUND 1.1. Introduction In this case, a small entrepreneurial firm made a move from providing a music recommendation product, Electra, to re-launching a new product, Capella, with a new purpose. Instead of focusing on end users in a saturated...
The Challenge of Implementing an ERP System in a Small and Medium Enterprise-A Teaching Case of ERP Project Management
1. INTRODUCTION Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system implementation projects are notoriously risky. Failure rates for ERP projects have consistently been reported as very high (Aloini, Dulmin, Mininno, 2007; Kwahk and Lee, 2008). About 90%...
The Determinants of the Post-Adoption Satisfaction of Educators with an E-Learning System
1. INTRODUCTION The traditional context of learning is being altered by e-learning systems within educational institutions and corporations. The extension of the Internet as a delivery platform and the increasing use of location-independent education...
The Systems Analysis and Design Course: An Educators' Assessment of the Importance and Coverage of Topics
1. INTRODUCTION A Management Information Systems (MIS) curriculum should reflect the needs and expectations of industry, as this helps to ensure that students are adequately prepared for their employment. It is often quite difficult, however, to...

Oops!

An unknown error has occurred. Please click the button below to reload the page. If the problem persists, please try again in a little while.