Journal of Information Systems Education

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

Articles from Vol. 21, No. 3, Fall

An Introduction to Collaboration with Sharepoint for First-Year Business Students
1. INTRODUCTION In today's global economy, it is increasingly important for employees to have strong collaboration skills; "sharing information and expertise can be critical in driving both individual and organizational success" (IBM, 2008). Web...
A Systematic Review of Developing Team Competencies in Information Systems Education
1. INTRODUCTION From the start, working in a team was an essential part of information systems (IS) development; as early as 1971, Gerald Weinberg (1998) addressed programming as a team effort. Many tasks in the field of information and computer...
Bolstering Teaching through Online Tools
1. INTRODUCTION The Internet has influenced many aspects of our lives, and the field of education is no exception. While some instructors have augmented their traditional face-to-face classes with various online components to better serve the learning...
Editor's Message
I hope this issue finds everyone enjoying fall! It is hard to believe that school is already in session. I love seeing all the inquisitive faces in my classes. We have received a record number of papers for review this year. As a result, we continue...
Evaluation of a Teaching Tool-Wiki-In Online Graduate Education
1. INTRODUCTION Educators are interested in new ways to engage students in online technologies within online courses. There are ever increasing numbers of group interaction technologies that can be utilized in online education. However, there is...
Student Projects as a Funding Source
1. INTRODUCTION General trends in information systems curricula include greater exposure to technology and expanded exposure to real-world experiences. As business needs demand an ever dynamic set of development tools and technology platforms (Lee...
Using Cascading Style Sheets to Design a Fly-Out Menu with Microsoft Visual Studio
1. INTRODUCTION Increasingly, people go online for communication, interaction, searching, and buying products or services. Recent statistics indicate the number of Internet users worldwide reached over 1.80 billion as of December 31, 2009 (Internet...
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