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Table of Contents - Volume 11, Issue 2



DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A LOW-COST NETWORKING AND VOIP LAB FOR UNDERGRADUATE NETWORKING CURRICULUM INSTRUCTION
Tom Imboden
Derek Strothmann
pp. 1-6

PATIENT-BASED DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS: A CALL TO ACTION
Matthew Kisow
Janusz Ochota
pp. 7-13

ONLINE COURSE EXPERIENCE MATTERS: INVESTIGATING STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF ONLINE LEARNING
Marzie Astani
Kathryn Ready
Edward Duplaga
pp. 14-21

USING SOCIAL NETWORKING TO TEACH WHILE ON THE GO YES! THERE IS AN APP FOR THAT
Joseph Rene Corbeil
Maria Elena Corbeil
pp. 22-29

THE HYPE OF USING SOCIAL NETWORKING AS A TOOL FOR LEARNING IN E-LEARNING
Alex Koohang
Kevin Floyd
Terry Smith
Robert Skovira
pp. 30-36

A DISTANCE LEARNING MODEL OF TEACHING UNIVERSITY COURSES IN THE THIRD WORLD COUNTRIES
Hae Choi
pp. 37-43

CUSTOMER RETENTION – CRM APPLICATION
Sam Nataraj
pp. 44-47

INCREASING MIS ENROLLMENTS IN THE INTRODUCTORY COURSE: TEACHING STUDENTS TO DEFINE MIS BY DOING IT
Raymond Frost
Sarah Pels
pp. 48-53

USING TECHNOLOGY TO TEACH CRITICAL THINKING IN HIGHER EDUCATION – A LOOK AT AN UNDERGRADUATE BUSINESS COURSE
Mak Khojasteh
Janice Smith
pp. 54-65

INTRODUCING BUSINESS METHOD PATENTS INTO THE IS CURRICULUM
Nancy Martin
pp. 66-71

A PROJECT BASED MODEL TO DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT A CAPSTONE COURSE FOR SENIOR LEVEL E-COMMERCE AND WEB DEVELOPMENT STUDENTS
Gayle Jesse
pp. 72-82

USING TWITTER TO DELIVER CLASS ANNOUNCEMENTS: THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY
Kimberly Bartholomew
John Anderson
pp. 83-87

STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF VARIOUS ONLINE LEARNING FORMATS AS RELATED TO COMPUTER AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS COURSES
Paul Kovacs
Gary Davis
John Scarpino
Lisa Kovalchick
pp. 88-96

USING THE ETS MAJOR FIELD TEST IN BUSINESS TO COMPARE ONLINE AND CLASSROOM STUDENT LEARNING
Andrew Tiger
Jimmy Speers
pp. 97-103

DESIGNING AN INTRODUCTORY PROGRAMMING COURSE USING GAMES
James Harris
Vladan Jovanovic
pp. 104-113

THE AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT OF 2009 - HUMAN RESOURCES, ACCOUNTING, AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS ISSUES
Gloria Clark
Janice Smith
Sharon White
pp. 114-121

FACTORS FOR SUCCESS IN AN SAP CERTIFICATION ACADEMY
Frank Andera
Katherine Soave
pp. 122-128

CLOUD COMPUTING FOR SMALL NONPROFITS: AFFORDABLE, LEAPFROGGING TECHNOLOGY
Ted Strickland Jr.
Jeff Trespalacios
Ben Whatton
pp. 129-137

INFORMATION MECHANISM ADAPTATION TO SOCIAL COMMUNICATION
Yngve Monfelt
pp. 138-144

ACADEMIC CALENDAR CHANGE INDUCED CURRICULUM CHANGE
Thom Luce
Vic Matta
pp. 145-151

REFLECTIONS ON ONLINE COURSE DESIGN - QUALITY MATTERS™ EVALUATION AND STUDENT FEEDBACK: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY
Betty Kleen
Lori Soule
pp. 152-161

COMPUTER SECURITY IN COMPUTER LITERACY EDUCATION
Rob Barton
pp. 162-167

BRINGING BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE INTO FINANCE CURRICULUM
Stevan Mrdalj
Alahassane Diallo
pp. 168-175

HEALTHCARE INFORMATION SYSTEMS: A PEDAGOGICAL ANALYSIS OF CURRENT DEGREE PROGRAMS
Someswar Kesh
Sam Ramanujan
pp. 176-183

COLLEGE FRESHMEN SELF-ASSESSMENT OF CORE ACADEMIC BEHAVIORS: IMPLICATIONS FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS FACULTY
Melody Alexander
Sherry Woosley
Allen Truell
Jensen Zhao
pp. 184-190

NEARLY WORDLESS TECHNIQUES FOR SOFTWARE INSTRUCTION: INCREASING COMPREHENSION AND HIGHER LEVEL LEARNING
Raymond Frost
Sarah Pels
pp. 191-198

FORMAL INQUIRY SYSTEMS: AN INQUIRY PROFILE FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT?
Roy Boggs
Bennett Hammer
pp. 199-207

LINKING THE NEW DIGITAL DIVIDE: A CURRICULUM FOCUS FOR MOBILE INDEPENDENT BUSINESS UNITS
Daniel Norris
pp. 208-218

CHINESE CAPTIONS AND FOREIGN LANGUAGE (MANDARIN) COMPREHENSION
Paul Markham
Sheree Willis
Connie Hsu
pp. 219-224