Journal of Information Systems Education

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

Articles from Vol. 26, No. 2, Spring

A Complementary Measure of MIS Program Outcomes: Useful Insights from a Student Perspective
1. INTRODUCTION Learning assurance programs are designed to assess and improve the quality of student learning. Today, assessing student learning is a critical element in the higher education environment. Mandates and requests for measuring and...
Adapting the Access Northwind Database to Support a Database Course
1. INTRODUCTION The pedagogical literature is very sparse in all regards to database design, implementation and management. In fact, since 2004, only eight articles have appeared in the Journal of Information Systems Education regarding database....
Data Analytics vs. Data Science: A Study of Similarities and Differences in Undergraduate Programs Based on Course Descriptions
1. INTRODUCTION Inexpensive data storage and the ever-growing flow of data from a variety of sources increase the amount of data available to organizations. Competing in the era of big data will require analytically-focused employees with the specialized...
Editor's Message
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...
How Does ERPsim Influence Students' Perceived Learning Outcomes in an Information Systems Course? an Empirical Study
1. INTRODUCTION Today, business processes and decision making depend heavily on information systems such as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). ERP are complex information systems, which integrate business processes and decision-making at the organizational...
Should You Allow Your Students to Grade Their Own Homework?
1. INTRODUCTION The term collaborative learning (CL) refers to instructional venues in which students assume responsibility for some of the educational activities in their courses. Although such collaboration often occurs among students--as for...
The Determinants of Student Effort at Learning ERP: A Cultural Perspective
1. INTRODUCTION Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software is a comprehensive packaged solution that integrates all business processes and functions into one complete information system (Klaus, Rosemann, and Gable, 2000). Today, nearly all Fortune...
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