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Table of Contents - Volume 13, Issue 2



DIRECT ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT OUTCOMES: A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH
Alex Koohang
Terry Smith
pp. 1-10

ADOPTION OF CELL PHONES AS PREPAREDNESS EFFORTS FOR NATURAL DISASTERS
Assion Lawson-Body
Lori Willoughby
Laurence Mukankusi
Kinvi Logossah
pp. 11-20

IMPACT OF SECURITY COUNTERMEASURES IN ORGANIZATIONAL INFORMATION CONVERGENCE: A THEORETICAL MODEL
Ganesh Vaidyanathan
Neamen Berhanu
pp. 21-25

GREEN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND SUSTAINABILITY: A CONCEPTUAL TAXONOMY
Asghar Sabbaghi
Ganesh Vaidyanathan
pp. 26-32

EXPLORING HOW SMARTPHONES SUPPORTS STUDENTS' LIVES
Kamal Hingorani
Donald Woodard
Nasrin Askari-Danesh
pp. 33-40

FACTORS AFFECTING THE USAGE OF ONLINE COURSE DELIVERY TOOLS
Joseph Laverty
David Wood
Darcy Tannehill
Frederick Kohun
John Turchek
pp. 41-50

DISTRIBUTED MULTI-LEVEL QUERY CACHE: THE IMPACT ON DATA WAREHOUSING
Philip Noah Jr.
Sadry Abu Seman
pp. 51-57

UNDERSTANDING STUDENT DRIVERS AND OBSTACLES TOWARD MIS MAJOR FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF AN ARAB COUNTRY: THE CASE OF KUWAIT
Kamal Rouibah
pp. 58-71

THE FOUR PILLARS OF AN AUTOMATED NOTIFICATION AND CONTROLLING INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR CURRICULUM ADVISEMENT
Xue Bai
Ahmet Ozkul
Fidelis Ikem
pp. 72-81

PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: ACCESSIBILITY, SHARING AND THE CORRECT SYSTEM ADDS VALUE TO KNOWLEDGE
Cynthia J. Gormley
Samantha J. Gormley
pp. 82-89

DATA HOARDING AND INFORMATION CLUTTER: THE IMPACT ON COST, LIFE SPAN OF DATA, EFFECTIVNESS, SHARING, PRODUCTIVITY AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT CULTURE
Cynthia J. Gormley
Samantha J. Gormley
pp. 90-95

THE EFFECT OF ATTENDING PROFESSIONAL IT MEETINGS ON PERCEPTIONS OF WORKPLACE SKILLS FOR CIS STUDENTS
Barbara Jo White
Shannon Tufts
Angela Johnson Grube
Michael Taylor
pp. 96-103

THE RISE OF IT FOR ENTREPRENEURS AND THE INCREASING ENTREPRENEURIAL FOCUS FOR IT PROFESSIONALS
Bethany Davidson
Barbara Jo White
Michael Taylor
pp. 104-111

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ADOPTION IN ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATION: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION
Sutee Sujitparapitaya
Ashraf Shirani
Malu Roldan
pp. 112-122

AN ANALYSIS OF TOP MBA IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS PROGRAMS
Chen-Huei Chou
pp. 123-130

A STUDY ON SMART CURRICULUM UTILIZING INTELLIGENT ROBOT SIMULATION
Seong-Yong Hong
Yong-Hyun Hwang
pp. 131-137

DOES THE COMPUTER PROGRAMMING STUDENT UNDERSTAND WHAT CONSTITUTES PLAGIARISM?
Jeanne Baugh
Paul Kovacs
Gary Davis
pp. 138-145

CHANGES IN THE IT OUTSOURCING PRACTICE: A CLIENT-VENDOR VIEWPOINT
Mohammed Tafti
pp. 146-154

EFFECTIVE TEACHING ELEMENTS IN ONLINE ADULT LEARNING
Yvonne Roth
Deanna Klein
pp. 155-163

USAGE AND PERCEPTIONS OF WEB SEARCH FEATURES
J. Christopher Sandvig
Deepinder Bajwa
Steven Ross
pp. 164-169

PREDICTING RISK FOR DEER-VEHICLE COLLISIONS USING A SOCIAL MEDIA BASED GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM
G. Kent Web
pp. 170-181

MAINFRAME TO ENTERPRISE TO THE IS CURRICULUM
Joseph Laverty
Frederick Kohun
John Turchek
David Wood
Daniel Rota
pp. 182-192

EXPECTED ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF ONLINE LEARNING: PERCEPTIONS FROM COLLEGE STUDENTS WHO HAVE NOT TAKEN ONLINE COURSES
Melody Alexander
Allen Truell
Jensen Zhao
pp. 193-200

AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON DETERMINING FACTORS FOR CONSUMERS' ONLINE STREAMING AND PEER-TO-PEER FILE SHARING
Dalsang Chung
Sun Gi Chun
pp. 201-208

HOW TO SURVIVE TRANSITIONING FROM BLACKBOARD TO MOODLE: 12 SURVIVAL TIPS
Lori Soule
Betty Kleen
pp. 209-218

THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY BLUEPRINTS AS A FORESIGHT INSTRUMENT FROM A PRACTITIONER'S POINT OF VIEW
Robert Samuel
pp. 219-225

CHANGING THE CULTURE OF E-LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION: MOVING FACULTY FROM INACTION TO ACTION
Maria Elena Corbeil
Joseph Rene Corbeil
pp. 226-231

ISSUES IN DEVELOPING CONTEXT AWARE INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR HEALTH-CARE
Someswar Kesh
pp. 232-237

IS MAJOR ANALYSIS: A FRAMEWORK FOR EVALUATING EMERGING TRENDS
Roger Hayen
pp. 238-247

RAPID MOBILE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT ON A PEDAGOGICAL SHOESTRING
Matthew North
pp. 248-252

PRODUCT PLACEMENT EFFECTIVENESS: A STUDY ON THE INTERNET
Su-Houn Liu
Hsiu-Li Liao
Hui-Ju Chen
pp. 253-259

AN ARCHETYPE OF A NATIONAL HEALTH SECURITY LEARNING NETWORK
Ade G. Ola
Emmanuel Omojokun
Adeyemi Adekoya
Xue Bai
pp. 260-268

WHEN CORPORATIONS COLLIDE: INFORMATION OVERLOAD
Debra Borkovich
pp. 269-284

THE SEMIOTIC STRUCTURES OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS
James J. Lee
Bandula Jayatilaka
Ben Kim
Pairin Katerattanakul
pp. 285-295

IDENTIFYING THE VALUES OF CUSTOMERS IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
Jeff Widman
Stella Hua
Steve Ross
pp. 296-301

ASSESSING THE FACULTY AND STUDENTS' PERCEPTIONS OF DESIRE2LEARN AND BLACKBOARD
Adnan Chawdhry
Karen Paullet
Daniel Benjamin
pp. 302-310

KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT AUDIT: A PILOT PROJECT AT A LARGE MULTI-NATIONAL CORPORATION
Jennifer Breese-Vitelli
Robert Skovira
pp. 311-319

DECISION-MAKING IN THE CONTEXT OF ITS SOCIAL-CULTURAL ENVIRONMENTS: A PROPOSED RESEARCH MODEL
Frederick Kohun
Robert Skovira
Vladimir Burcik
pp. 320-327

DOES INFORMATION SYSTEMS SUFFER AN IDENTITY CRISIS? A CASE STUDY OF CONFUSION AND MISINFORMATION
Frederick Kohun
Anthony Rodi
Gary DeLorenzo
pp. 328-335

A COMPREHENSIVE FRAMEWORK FOR ONLINE STORE FUNCTIONALITIES
Drew Hwang
Lara Preiser-Houy
Rong An Shang
pp. 336-345

AN INVESTIGATION OF GENERAL PERCEPTIONS OF THE IT WORKFORCE
David Munro
Paul Ambrose
pp. 346-352

RURAL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT: ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION OF NEEDS AND SYSTEMS
Kristi Berg
pp. 353-360

ENTRPERENEURIAL BUSINESS LINKAGES VIA STRATEGIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Brian Mackie
Norbert Ziemer
pp. 361-368

APPLICATION OUTSOURCING IN EUROPE: LONG-TERM OUTCOMES, SUCCESS FACTORS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR IT INDUSTRIALIZATION
Karin Kronawitter
Christoph Wentzel
Maria Papadaki
Urs Andelfinger
pp. 369-379

DOES USING SOCIAL NETWORKING EXPOSE STUDENTS TO EXCESSIVE RISK?
Hal Records
Suhong Li
Robert Behling
pp. 380-389

ENRICHING SOCIAL CAPITAL AND IMPROVING ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE IN THE AGE OF SOCIAL NETWORKING
Edgar Ferrer
Jose González-Rivera
Milton Maldonado-Pérez
Mabel Martínez-Maurosa
Ernesto Soto-Montes
pp. 390-393

THE CHARACTERISTICS AND TECHNICAL FOUNDATIONS OF MOBILE COMMERCE
Ruidong Zhang
Tom Hilton
pp. 394-396

THE BENEFITS OF CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT (CRM) IN THE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY
Chester D. Thompson
pp. 397-403

ORGANIZATIONALLY-AGNOSTIC BUSINESS MODELING: A CASE STUDY
Sheila Cane
Carlos Martinez
pp. 404-410