Journal of Information Systems Education

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

Articles from Vol. 25, No. 2, Summer

A Case Study of Instructor Scaffolding Using Web 2.0 Tools to Teach Social Informatics
1. INTRODUCTION The rising popularity of social media tools, such as Weblogs, wikis, Twitter, is the result of the qualities that characterise Web 2.0 software. Such digital tools are user-friendly, personalisable and allow for content creation...
Anchoring for Self-Efficacy and Success: An Anchored Asynchronous Online Discussion Case
1. INTRODUCTION People with a high degree of efficacy are more likely to put forth greater effort towards meeting their goal (Kirk, 2012). For students, that goal is to successfully complete challenging courses. Statistics is a required component...
Developing and Applying Smartphone Apps in Online Courses
1. INTRODUCTION A recent survey conducted by Ball State University (2014) shows that 73% of college students now have their own smartphones. The Educause Center for Applied Research survey (ECAR, 2010) on mobile phones in higher education states...
Editor's Message
Lots of exciting news in this issue. First, this is a special issue of JISE with papers about Online IS Education for the 21st Century. I want to thank the Guest Editors, Wu He and Guandong Xu, for their efforts in putting together an outstanding Special...
Game-Based Experiential Learning in Online Management Information Systems Classes Using Intel's IT Manager 3
1. INTRODUCTION Experiential learning approaches such as cases (Mauffette-Leenders, Erskine, and Leenders, 1997) or computer simulations and games (Becker and Parker, 2012) can be used to impart greater level of understanding and increased retention...
Lessons Learned from Migrating to an Online Electronic Business Management Course
1. INTRODUCTION Online education seems to be here to stay and is gaining ground as an effective form of delivery (Chen, et al, 2013). However, online education may be perceived as conflicting with the "person-centered" culture of traditional universities...
Online IS Education for the 21st Century
1. INTRODUCTION Online learning has become an important way to deliver courses in higher education. According to a recent SLOAN-C annual report (Allen and Seaman, 2013), over 6.7 million students were taking at least one online course and 32% of...
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