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Table of Contents - Volume 10, Issue 1



THE IMPACT OF STUDENT RESPONSE SYSTEMS ON STUDENT BEHAVIOR AND PERFORMANCE IN A MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS COURSE
Liza Bain
Jane Przybyla
pp. 1-12

STUDENT APPROACHES TO LEARNING: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY
Leila Halawi
Richard McCarthy
Nenna Muoghalu
pp. 13-21

DESIGN, IMPLEMENTATION, AND ASSESSMENT OF AN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SENIOR CAPSTONE COURSE
Alex Koohang
Kevin Floyd
Richard Spiers
Liz Riley
pp. 22-27

A COMPARISON OF STUDY ABROAD AND GLOBALIZATION ATTITUDES AMONG INFORMATION SYSTEMS, COMPUTER SCIENCE, AND BUSINESS STUDENTS: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR IS CURRICULUM DESIGN
Peter Cardon
Bryan Marshall
Nipul Patel
Natalya Goreva
Renée Fontenot
pp. 28-39

A FRAMEWORK OF LEADING TOWARDS LEARNING THROUGH ACTIVE ENGAGEMENT OF STUDENTS
Mohammad Rob
pp. 40-50

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE — AT THE SPEED OF LIGHT
Honora Rockar
pp. 51-61

THE IMPACT OF COMPUTER SCREEN RESOLUTION SETTING ON STUDENT COMPUTER-BASED HANDS-ON TASK PERFORMANCE IN AN INTRODUCTORY INFORMATION SYSTEMS COURSE
Allen Truell
Melody Alexander
Jensen Zhao
pp. 62-68

AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT COURSES IN IS PROGRAMS AT ACCREDITED BUSINESS SCHOOLS
James Cappel
pp. 69-76

COMPARING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PUBLIC VS. PRIVATE BLOGGING IN A MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS STRATEGY COURSE
Malu Roldan
Ashraf Shirani
pp. 77-86

WEB APPLICATION SECURITY INSTRUCTIONAL PARADIGMS AND THE IS CURRICULUM
J. Laverty
John Scarpino
pp. 87-96

BUILDING A BIOINFORMATICS BRIDGE ONE COURSE AT A TIME
Lynn Heinrichs
Linda Niedziela
pp. 97-102

IT GROUP WORK: UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT PERCEPTIONS
Belle Woodward
Julia Colyar
Jeffrey Woodward
pp. 103-108

ASSESSMENTS AND OUTCOMES OF AN ERP/SAP FUNDAMENTAL COURSE
Ming Wang
El-Hussein El-Masry
Xuesong Zhang
pp. 109-114

USING SAP ERP AND ORACLE DBMS TOOLS TO DEMONSTRATE AUTHORIZATION CONCEPTS
Deb Sledgianowski
Michael Devlin
pp. 115-125

BLENDED LEARNING AND USER SATISFACTION
Hillary Mellema
Karl Smart
Christine Shull
Michelle Salmona
pp. 126-130

DESIGNING AND DELIVERING A MEDICAL INFORMATICS COURSE TO GRADUATE HEALTH MANAGEMENT STUDENTS
Sathasivam Mathiyalakan
pp. 131-135

DELIVERING ERP LEARNING TO STUDENTS IN A UNIVERSITY BUSINESS PROGRAM
Adnan Chawdhry
Michael Donohoe
pp. 136-140

TEN SIMPLE MAXIMS FOR THE SYSTEMS ANALYST: BRINGING THE IT COMMUNTY INTO THE CLASSROOM
Roy Boggs
pp. 141-145

ADDING AUDIO AND VIDEO TO A MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS CLASS TO IMPROVE STUDENT LEARNING
Sylvia Bembry
Carolyn Anderson
pp. 146-149

USING “TALKING ALOUD PAIR PROBLEM SOLVING” TO ENHANCE STUDENT PERFORMANCE IN PRODUCTIVITY SOFTWARE COURSE
Harry Benham
pp. 150-154

IMPROVING STUDENT EMPLOYABILITY BY EMBEDDING MARKETING CONCEPTS IN INFORMATION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COURSES
Cassandra Elrod
Barry Flachsbart
William Kehr
pp. 155-162

SERVICE LEARNING INTEGRATION USING INFORMATION SYSTEM COURSES
Gary DeLorenzo
Frederick Kohun
Alexis Macklin
pp. 163-170

ERP IN AN INTEGRATED BUSINESS COURSE: STUDENT REACTIONS TO IN-CLASS INTRODUCTION OF SAP R/3
Dana McCann
Hillary Mellema
pp. 171-175

SAP/ERP TECHNOLOGY IN A HIGHER EDUCATION CURRICULUM AND THE UNIVERSITY ALLIANCE PROGRAM
Dana McCann
Deborah Grey
pp. 176-182

AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS OF FACTORS INFLUENCING STUDENTS DECISIONS TO TAKE ONLINE COURSES
Clara Dorado
Juanita Hernández
Balkissa Sani
Christopher Griffin
William Barnett
pp. 183-190

THE IMPACT OF COMPUTER AND INTERNET SECURITY TRAINING FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS: ATTITUDINAL CHANGES
Queen Booker
Carl M. Rebman
Fred Kitchens
pp. 191-197

EMPLOYERS AND EDUCATORS WANT INFORMATION SYSTEMS GRADUATES TO BE ABLE TO COMMUNICATE
Jeanne Baugh
Gary Davis
Paul Kovacs
John Scarpino
David Wood
pp. 198-207

A COMPARISON OF THE RELATIONAL DATABASE MODEL AND THE ASSOCIATIVE DATABASE MODEL
Joseph Homan
Paul Kovacs
pp. 208-213

A FOLLOW-UP STUDY OF SAP CERTIFICATION GRADUATES
Frank Andera
pp. 214-224

SUCCESSFUL EFFORTS IN RECRUITING WOMEN INTO TECHNOLOGY COURSES – A CASE STUDY
Azad Ali
pp. 225-231

THE SKILL SETS FOR GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM FOCUS: COMPETITIVE INTELLIENCE IN THE INFORMATION SYSTEMS CURRICULUM
Peter Wu
Frederick Kohun
pp. 232-236

A WEB DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK FOR TEAM-BASED PROJECT COURSES
J. Fulton
Ted Strickland Jr.
pp. 237-245