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Table of Contents - Volume 2



STAGED-BASED STRATEGIES FOR MARKETING THE INTERNET TO SMALL BUSINESSES
Alicia Aldrige
J.K. Pierson
pp. 1-7

MANAGING IT BUDGET ANOMOLIES IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
Roy Boggs
pp. 8-14

NANOTUBES COULD CHANGE THE FUTURE OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
Nathan Buchanan
Jack Shorter
pp. 15-21

THE CHALLENGE OF TAKING ADVANTAGE OF INTER-FIRM INFORMATION SHARING IN ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING SYSTEMS WHILE LIMITING ACCESS TO SENSITIVE CUSTOMER INFORMATION
Michael Busing
pp. 22-27

THE ELECTRONIC PATIENT RECORD - A MODEL FOR THE FUTURE DIRECTION OF HEALTH CARE
Sonny Butler
Vernon McGlone
pp. 28-34

THREE COLLEGIAGE/CORPORATE APPROACHES TO THE INTEGRATION OF WOMEN INTO THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
Donald Caputo
Frederick Kohun
Sharon Vest
Arlene Eisenman-Palka
William Sipple
pp. 35-42

A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION OF EMPLOYEE INTERNET MISUSE
Carl Case
Kimberly Young
pp. 43-49

MANAGING PERSONAL DATA IN THE AGE OF CUSTOMIZATION SERVICES
Shi-Cho Cha
Yuh-Jzer Joung
pp. 50-56

THE EVOLUTION BEYOUND OBJECTS: SOFTWARE COMPONENTS
Lynessa Coutto
Jason Chen
pp. 57-63

A STUDY OF BUSINESS FACULTY PREFERENCES FOR TEACHING METHODS USED AND WHY
Nancy Csapo
Holt Wilson
pp. 64-70

A CASE STUDY OF SMART CARD USAGE IN DRIVING LICENSE
Sudesh Duggal
M. Gupta
B. Chakravorty
Rajesh Taneja
pp. 71-77

DATA WAREHOUSE - STRATEGIC ADVANTAGE
Sudesh Duggal
Inna Pylyayeva
pp. 78-84

DOES STUDENT INTERNET PRESSURE + ADVANCES IN TECHNOLOGY = FACULTY INTERNET INTEGRATION?
Tawni Ferrarini
Sandra Poindexter
pp. 85-91

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY USAGE BY NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS IN LOUISIANA
Karen Foust
Betty Kleen
pp. 92-98

CORPORATE KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT VIA INTRANET-BASED GLOBAL TECHNOLOGY WEB
Michael Gee
Monica Holmes
pp. 99-105

AN E-COMMERCE PRODUCTION MODEL FOR MASS CUSTOMIZED MARKET
M. Ghiassi
pp. 106-112

ADAPTATION OF SOFTWARE PROCESS USING GROUP SUPPORT SYSTEMS AND EVOLUTIONARY MODEL CONSTRUCTS
Mike Godfrey
Thang Nguyen
pp. 113-119

THE NEGATIVE IMPACT OF TOO MUCH EMPOWERMENT: LASTING EFFECTS
Alka Harriger
Kyle Lutes
Rosemary Ricci
pp. 120-126

ONLINE COURSE DELIVERY: ISSUES AND CHALLENGES
Susan Haugen
James LaBarre
John Melrose
pp. 127-131

CERTIFICATION IN ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE: AN SAP R/3 UNIVERSITY ALLIANCE PROGRAM EXPERIMENT
Roger Hayen
James Cappel
pp. 132-138

FROM NETWORK TO ENTERPRISE LAB: PREPARING STUDENTS FOR E-BUSINESS
Lynn Heinrichs
Mary Rose
pp. 139-145

AN INTEGRATIVE MODEL OF DIGITAL SOUND RENDERING
Thomas Hilton
Charlotte Andersen
Nathan Walker
Chet Barney
Hoon Choi
Gi-Taek Hur
pp. 146-152

INFORMATIN REQUIREMENTS DEFINITION FOR E-COMMERCE DEVELOPMENT
Adam Huarng
pp. 153-159

REPRESENTING MULTIVALUED ATTRIBUTES IN DATABASE DESIGN
Mark Hwang
Jack Becker
Jerry Lin
pp. 160-166

UNIVERSITY STAKEHOLDER COMPARISON ON ISSUES OF MICROCOMPUTER ETHICS
Daniel Judd
Thomas Hilton
pp. 167-171

APPLICABILITY OF SELECTED E-COMMERCE MODELS TO AN E-COMMERCE PLANNING PROCESS MODEL
Diana Kao
Judith Decou
pp. 172-178

A COMPONENT-BASED APPROACH TO ERP DESIGN IN A DISTRIBUTED OBJECT ENVIRONMENT
Bonn-Oh Kim
Diane Lockwood
Ted Lee
pp. 179-185

BUSINESS TO CONSUMER E-COMMERCE APPLICATIONS IN UNIVERSITY SETTINGS
Betty Kleen
L. Shell
pp. 187-192

EXECUTIVE DOCTORAL PROGRAM IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND COMMUNICATIONS: A DESCRIPTION
Frederick Kohun
Robert Skovira
pp. 193-199

A CASE STUDY ANALYSIS OF E-COMMERCE STRATEGIES FOR RETAIL BUSINESSES
James LaBarre
Susan Haugen
Jeffrey Noe
pp. 200-206

FACTORS AFFECTING ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING SYSTEMS IMPLEMENTATION IN A HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION
Christopher Lee
Huei Lee
pp. 207-212

AN INVESTIGATION OF E-COMMERCE CURRICULUMS IN NATIONAL COLLEGES OF BUSINESS
Huei Lee
Kuo Chen
Cynthia Barnes
pp. 213-219

IS THE INFORMATION DIFFERENTIATION ADVANTAGEOUS TO E-TAILERS? AN ECONOMIC VIEW
Seung Lee
pp. 220-226

USING MULTIWORLD TECHNOLOGY – VMWARE TO FACILITATE A NETWORKING AND SYSTEMS SOFTWARE LABORATORY
Kimfong Lei
Julie Mariga
pp. 227-233

ABSTRACTED NAVIGATIONAL ACTIONS FOR IMPROVED HYPERMEDIA NAVIGATION AND MAINTENANCE
Wilfried Lemahieu
pp. 234-241

BEGINNINGS OF INTERNET BASED DISTANCE EDUCATION IN SLOVENIA
Dusan Lesjak
Viktorija Sulcic
pp. 241-247

SCALABILITY MANAGEMENT FOR E-BUSINESS SOLUTION: A RESOURCE-BASED VIEW
Binshan Lin
pp. 248-254

E-BUSINESS WEB SITE MONITORING
Mary Lind
pp. 255-260

IMPLEMENTING AN XML COURSE IN THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
Thom Luce
pp. 260-267

WIRELESS VIRUSES: COMING SOON TO A PDA NEAR YOU?
Kyle Lutes
Charles Thurwachter
pp. 268-274

ANALYZING THE BALANCE BETWEEN CONSUMER, BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENT: THE EMERGENT INTERNET PRIVACY LEGAL FRAMEWORK
Richard McCarthy
Jay Aronson
pp. 275-281

STRATEGIC IMPLEMENTATION AND USAGE OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
Richard McCarthy
Jay Aronson
pp. 282-288

ASSESSING THE IT PRODUCTIVITY PARADOX: USING THE CONSUMER PRICE INDEX AS AN INDICATOR OF CONSUMER BENEFIT
Daniel McFarland
Andrew Noonan
pp. 289-295

MONETARY TRANSACTIONS IN E-COMMERCE USING SMART CARDS
Robert Mills
Craig Peterson
pp. 296-301

AN AUTOMATED SYSTEM FOR SUPPORTING CURRICULUM ASSESSMENT IN THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
Michel Mitri
pp. 302-308

TOOL-USE AND TOOL-BUILDING: COMBINING DECISION SCIENCE TOPICS AND COMPUTER PROGRAMMING SKILLS IN A DSS COURSE
Michel Mitri
pp. 309-315

COMPENSATION MODELS FOR FACULTY TEACHING ONLINE COURSES
Donald Moscato
pp. 316-322

DEVELOPMENT OF INTERACTIVE INTERNET-BASED LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS: JUST-IN-TIME INSTRUCTION AND EFFECTIVE COURSE MANAGEMENT
Kazuo Nakatani
Nancy Edwards
Erping Zhu
pp. 323-329

THE DESIGN AND THE IMPLEMENTATION OF AN HEALTH CARE STATISTICS DATA WAREHOUSE
Srecko Natek
pp. 330-336

THE DIGITAL GAP BETWEEN THE INDUSTRIALIZED COUNTRIES AND THE LESS DEVELOPED (LDC) ONES: THE TRANSITION TOWARD A KNOWLEDGEBASE SOCIETY IN LATIN AMERICA
Heberto Ochoa-Morales
pp. 337-342

GEM: A GENERAL E-COMMERCE DATA MODEL FOR STRATEGIC ADVANTAGE
David Olsen
Thomas Hilton
Nicole Forsgren
pp. 343-349

MUNICIPAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS: CURRENT PRACTICES AND ISSUES
David Olsen
Jeffrey Johnson
Matthew Hacking
Nicole Forsgren
pp. 350-356

DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM IMPROVES SUPPOY CHAIN OPERATIONS
Roy Pargas
Chris Jarvis
J. Davis
John Peck
Bill Kernodle
Wanbo Luo
pp. 357-363

CUSTOMIZING THE CLASSROOM LEARNING ENVIRONMENT -A PHASED EXPERIMENT
Sandra Poindexter
David Allen
pp. 364-370

STUDENT EVALUATION OF INSTRUCTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS OF WEB-BASED LEARNING STRATEGIES
Lissa Pollacia
Claude Simpson
Melissa Aldredge
pp. 371-375

WHEN DO INSTRUCTIONAL FEATURES BECOME A DISTRACTION?
Jean Pratt
pp. 376-382

FACTORS AFFECTING E-COMMERCE TEXTBOOK PURCHASES
Harry Reif
Thomas Dillon
pp. 383-389

EXEGESIS...A PEDAGOGIC TOOL FOR MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Nicholas Robak
pp. 390-396

PUSH CONCEPTS - AN APPROACH TO ACTIVE CUSTOMER ORIENTED STRATEGIES IN E-COMMERCE
Susanne Robra-Bissantz
pp. 397-403

INTRANET ADOPTION AND IMPLEMENTATION: A DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK
Steven Ross
Deepinder Bajwa
pp. 404-410

PROBLEMS MANUFACTURERS AND MARKETERS FACE WHEN USING THE INTERNET TO MANAGE THE GLOBAL VALUE CHAIN
Arthur Rutledge
James Coleman
pp. 411-417

TOWARD A CONTINGENCY THEORY FOR EXPLOITING KNOWLEDGE TO SUPPORT GENERIC COMPETITIVE STRATEGIES AND COMMONLY USED PRODUCT MARKET LINE-OF-BUSINESS STRATEGIES
Arthur Rutledge
pp. 418-424

A CONCEPTUAL MENU FOR DESIGNING A CASE METHOD COURSEWARE IN ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
Yassin Sankar
pp. 425-431

THE CASE METHOD: A CRITIQUE AND A CONCEPTUAL MENU FOR EXCELLENCE
Yassin Sankar
pp. 432-438

E-COMMERCE DRIVE STRATEGIC ALLIANCES IN MARITIME BUSINESS
Shashi Shah
pp. 439-445

MEETING THE CHALLENGE OF RAPID CHANGE: RE-ENGINEERING THE MBA MIS COURSE
Robert Siegmann
Linda Brennan
pp. 446-452

DISINTERMEDIATION: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF CHANGING CHANNEL STRUCTURE IN E-COMMERCE B TO C MARKETS
Penny Simpson
William Barnett
Claude Simpson
pp. 453-459

COMPUTER LITERACY AND INCOMING BUSINESS STUDENTS: ASSESSMENT, DESIGN AND DEFINITION OF A SKILL SET
Paul Stephens
Joyce Shotick
pp. 460-466

IMPACT OF INTERNET ON A SMALL BUSINESS IN NICARAGUA
Winston Tellis
pp. 467-473

FROM E-BUSINESS INTO THE O-ZONE: DEVELOPMENT OF OPTICAL NETWORKS
Kent Webb
pp. 474-479

A COMPARISON OF GERMAN AND US STUDENT ATTITUDES TOWARD E-COMMERCE
James Weber
Werner Schmidt
pp. 480-486

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AS AN EMPLOYEE BENEFIT
Wallace Wood
Susan Haugen
pp. 487-493

E-COMMERCE SAFETY AND SECURITY: A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF CONSUMERS’ ATTITUDES
Tyler Yu
Miranda Zhang
Lloyd Southern
Carl Joiner
pp. 494-500

PERSPECTIVES ON KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
Ruidong Zhang
Randall Wilson
Jaejung Lee
Larry Sallee
pp. 501-507