International Association for Computer Information Systems
Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Table of Contents - Volume 6, Issue 1



AN ANALYSIS OF STUDENT PERCEPTIONS AND PERFORMANCE AT DATABASE COMPETITION NCC 2004
Lissa Pollacia, Jack Russell, Marcos Sivitanides
pp. 3-9
https://doi.org/10.48009/Pollacia_Russell_Sivitanides

HANDS-ON PROTOTYPING IN SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
Robert Zant
pp. 10-14
https://doi.org/10.48009/Zant

MODELING THE MANY-TO-MANY RELATIONSHIP USING MULTI-VALUED FOREIGN KEYS
Durward Jackson, Ming Wang
pp. 15-20
https://doi.org/10.48009/Jackson_Wang

NORMALIZATION SHOOTOUT: A COMPETITIVE GAME THAT IMPACTS STUDENT LEARNING
Ronnie Fanguy, Betty Kleen
pp. 21-27
https://doi.org/10.48009/Fanguy_Kleen

REDUCING SPREADSHEET ERROR RATES
Harry Benham, Marc Giullian
pp. 28-34
https://doi.org/10.48009/Benham_Giullian

TEACHING INFORMATION SYSTEMS ETHICS THROUGH SERVICE-LEARNING
Thomas Hilton, Donald Mowry
pp. 35-42
https://doi.org/10.48009/Hilton_Mowry

TEACHING OBJECT ORIENTED SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN: A COURSE MODEL
Roy Boggs
pp. 43-52
https://doi.org/10.48009/Boggs

A PROPOSED METHODOLOGY TO TEACH NETWORKING USING PORTABLE NETWORK PROGRAMMING PROJECTS
Ardian Greca, Sonny Butler, James Harris
pp. 53-58
https://doi.org/10.48009/Greca_Butler_Harris

ADAPTABILITY OF COLA FRAMEWORK
Alexander Vengerov
pp. 59-65
https://doi.org/10.48009/Vengerov

AN EXPLORATORY INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECT ON LEARNING OUTCOMES OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF PRESENTATION HANDOUTS
Vic Matta, Raymond Frost, Wayne Huang
pp. 66-72
https://doi.org/10.48009/Matta_Frost_Huang

COLLABORATION AND INTERACTION AS THE MAINSTAYS OF AN IMPROVED LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Brian Mackie
pp. 73-79
https://doi.org/10.48009/Mackie

CONNECTING STUDENTS AND FACULTY TO BUSINESS: THE PIPES PROJECT
Steven Ross, Craig Tyran, Kristi Tyran, Thomas Roehl, John Sands
pp. 80-86
https://doi.org/10.48009/Ross_et_al

CREATING VALUE IN ONLINE COLLABORATION IN ECOMMERCE
Steven Brown
pp. 87-93
https://doi.org/10.48009/Brown

ENHANCEMENT OF THE CLASSROOM PERFORMANCE SYSTEM
Chuck West
pp. 94-100
https://doi.org/10.48009/West

INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND CONTINUOUS LEARNING THROUGH AN ALTERNATIVE TO BRAILLE
Elia Chepaitis
pp. 101-106
https://doi.org/10.48009/Chepaitis

INVESTIGATION OF THE INTEGRATION OF SAP ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE IN BUSINESS CURRICULA
Roger Hayen, Frank Andera
pp. 107-113
https://doi.org/10.48009/Hayen_Andera

MOVING THE SENIOR DEVELOPMENT CLASS FROM WEB DEVELOPMENT TO LIFE CYCLE DEVELOPMENT--A CASE FOR VISUAL STUDIO 2005
Thom Luce
pp. 114-120
https://doi.org/10.48009/Luce

PEDAGOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF TECHNOLOGY: TOWARD A MORE CRITICAL STANCE OF INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY
Dacia Charlesworth, William McKinney
pp. 121-126
https://doi.org/10.48009/Charlesworth_McKinney

SURVEY OF STUDENT USAGE OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY: TEACHING IMPLICATIONS
Susan Switzer, Nancy Csapo
pp. 127-134
https://doi.org/10.48009/Switzer_Csapo

USING AN ON-LINE VIRTUAL SERVER TO SIMULATE NETWORK ADMINISTRATION
Kent Webb
pp. 135-141
https://doi.org/10.48009/Webb

WEBCT USAGE: ARE INFORMATION SYSTEMS FACULTY USING E-LEARNING COURSEWARE TOOLS MORE THAN OTHERS ON CAMPUS?
Camille Rogers, Manouchehr Tabatabaei
pp. 142-146
https://doi.org/10.48009/Rogers_Tabatabaei

AN EXPLORATORY LOOK AT STUDENTS' PERCEPTIONS OF BLENDED LEARNING
Karl Smart, James Cappel
pp. 147-155
https://doi.org/10.48009/Smart_Cappel

ASSESSING THE VALUE OF A SYNCHRONOUS SEMINAR COMPONENT IN ONLINE DATABASE CLASSES
Matthew North
pp. 156-162
https://doi.org/10.48009/North

COMMUNICATING ACROSS THE ATLANTIC: US AND BRITISH STUDENTS DISCUSS CRIMINAL JUSTICE ISSUES
Helen Jones, Julie Kunselman, Kathy Johnson, Maria Wowk
pp. 163-169
https://doi.org/10.48009/Jones_Kunselman_Johnson_Wowk

CONSUMERS OF ONLINE INSTRUCTION
Lillie Robinson
pp. 170-175
https://doi.org/10.48009/Robinson

EFFECTIVENESS OF HYBRID LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS
Omar El-Gayar, Terry Dennis
pp. 176-182
https://doi.org/10.48009/ElGayar_Dennis

E-STUDENT RETENTION: FACTORS AFFECTING CUSTOMER LOYALTY FOR ONLINE PROGRAM SUCCESS
Queen Booker, Carl M. Rebman
pp. 183-189
https://doi.org/10.48009/Booker_Rebman

FACTORS INFLUENCING THE ADOPTION OF E-LEARNING WEBSITES: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY
His-Peng Lu, Su-Houn Liu, Hsiu-Li Liao
pp. 190-196
https://doi.org/10.48009/Lu_Liu_Liao

IF YOU BUILD IT, WILL THEY COME? CHALLENGES IN E-LEARNING DELIVERY SYSTEM CHOICE
Jane Saber, Isaura Flores, Mary Fagan, Carol Kilmon, Janith Williams, Kristina Ibitayo
pp. 197-203
https://doi.org/10.48009/Saber_et_al

LIFELONG AND ON-LINE LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION: A CASE OF SLOVENIA
Ziga Cepar, Lesjak Dušan, Nada Širca, Viktorija Sulcic
pp. 204-210
https://doi.org/10.48009/Sirca_Dusan_Cepar_Sulcic

LIFELONG E-LEARNING: A FOUNDATION FOR TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL SUCCESS
L. Yin, Tena Crews, Robert Brookshire, Daniel Norris
pp. 211-216
https://doi.org/10.48009/Yin_Crews_Brookshire_Norris

MARKETING ON THE INTERNET: AN ONLINE COURSE TO MERGE E-MARKETING THEORY AND SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT
Marc Miller, Barbara Coleman
pp. 217-223
https://doi.org/10.48009/Miller_Coleman

NEXT-GENERATION DISTANCE LEARNING SOLUTIONS FOR SURGERY
Jelena Vucetic
pp. 224-230
https://doi.org/10.48009/Vucetic

RESPONDING TO THE CHALLENGE OF ACADEMIC INTEGRITY IN DISTANCE LEARNING: USING EXCEL TO GUARANTEE INDIVIDUAL EFFORT
Paul Goldwater, Timothy Fogarty
pp. 231-237
https://doi.org/10.48009/Goldwater_Fogarty

STUDENTS' ACTIVITY PREFERENCES IN WEB-BASED DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES: A BUSINESS SCHOOL'S EXPERIENCES
Donald Moscato, Eric Moscato
pp. 238-243
https://doi.org/10.48009/Moscato_Moscato

TEACHING OBJECT-ORIENTED APPLICATIONS VIA DISTANCE EDUCATION
Alan Peslak
pp. 244-250
https://doi.org/10.48009/Peslak

USING WEB POLLS TO ENHANCE SOCIAL INTERACTION IN COMPUTER-MEDIATED DISTANCE EDUCATION
Joseph Rene Corbeil
pp. 251-257
https://doi.org/10.48009/Corbeil

VIRTUAL TEAM LEARNING IN ONLINE MBA EDUCATION: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION
Wayne Huang, Thom Luce, Yong Lu
pp. 258-264
https://doi.org/10.48009/Huang_Luce_Lu

WEB BASED AFTER-SCHOOL SUPPORT NETWORK FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL MATH AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
A. Adekoya, X. Bai, F. Ikem, G. Ola
pp. 265-274
https://doi.org/10.48009/Adekoya_Bai_Ikem_Ola

A TALE OF TWO COURSES: PLACEMENT OF MIS IN THE BUSINESS CORE
Lynn Heinrichs, Herb Schuette
pp. 275-281
https://doi.org/10.48009/Heinrichs_Schuette

AN INTEGRATED FRAMEWORK FOR AN INFORMATION SYSTEMS PROGRAM ASSESSMENT
Monica Holmes, Nancy Csapo
pp. 282-288
https://doi.org/10.48009/Holmes_Csapo

AN INVESTIGATION OF SELF-REPORTED COMPUTER LITERACY: IS IT RELIABLE?
Kimberly Merritt, K. David Smith, John DiRenzo Jr.
pp. 289-295
https://doi.org/10.48009/Merritt_Smith_DiRenzo

AUTOMATED RUBRIC GENERATION AND ANALYSIS FOR ASSURANCE OF LEARNING TASKS
Michel Mitri
pp. 296-302
https://doi.org/10.48009/Mitri

BREAKING DOWN THE BLOCKING BOUNDARY OF SEPARATED IS COURSES IN IS CURRICULUM: A CASE STUDY
Raymond Frost, Jacqueline Pike, Wayne Huang
pp. 303-310
https://doi.org/10.48009/Frost_Pike_Huang

COMMUNICATION SKILLS USED BY INFORMATION SYSTEMS GRADUATES
Nancy Csapo, Richard Featheringham
pp. 311-317
https://doi.org/10.48009/Csapo_Featheringham

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: DEVELOPING A GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAM IN COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE
Gary Davis, Frederick Kohun, Charles Woratschek
pp. 318-324
https://doi.org/10.48009/Davis_Kohun_Woratschek

DESIGNING A STRATEGIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS PLANNING METHODOLOGY FOR MALAYSIAN INSTITUTES OF HIGHER LEARNING (ISP-IPTA)
Irny Ishak, Rose Alias
pp. 325-331
https://doi.org/10.48009/Ishak_Alias

HOW DO IS PROGRAMS COMPARE WITH ABET ACCREDITED PROGRAMS?
Ronald MacKinnon, E. Butler
pp. 332-338
https://doi.org/10.48009/MacKinnon_Butler

IDENTIFYING COMPETENCIES FOR THE IT WORKFORCE: A QUANTITATIVE STUDY
Paul Kovacs, Gary Davis, Donald Caputo, John Turchek
pp. 339-345
https://doi.org/10.48009/Kovacs_Davis_Caputo_Turchek

IMPLEMENTING AN NSF-FUNDED SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Lynn Heinrichs, David Powell
pp. 346-352
https://doi.org/10.48009/Heinrichs_Powell

IMPROVING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE ACADEMIC DELIVERY PROCESS UTILIZING SIX SIGMA
Monica Holmes, Anil Kumar, Lawrence Jenicke
pp. 353-360
https://doi.org/10.48009/Holmes_Kumar_Jenicke

INCORPORATING ETHICS INTO MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS CURRICULUM IN BUSINESS SCHOOLS
Melissa Dark, Kuo Chen, Huei Lee
pp. 360-364
https://doi.org/10.48009/Lee_Dark_Chen

INFORMATION SYSTEMS OR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY? A CASE STUDY IN CURRICULAR FOCUS
Floyd Wilkes, Christopher Jones
pp. 365-371
https://doi.org/10.48009/Wilkes_Jones

INNOVATIVE IS PROJECT MANAGEMENT PEDAGOGY: COMBINING REAL WORLD PROJECTS AND ACTION LEARNING
Sean McGann, Matthew Cahill
pp. 372-378
https://doi.org/10.48009/McGann_Cahill

ISOLATION FEELINGS IN DOCTORAL PROGRAMS: A CASE STUDY
Frederick Kohun, Azad Ali
pp. 378-385
https://doi.org/10.48009/Kohun_Ali

LIFELONG LEARNING—MAKING DISCRETE MATH RELEVANT FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS PROFESSIONALS
David Wood, Valerie Harvey, Frederick Kohun
pp. 386-390
https://doi.org/10.48009/Wood_Harvey_Kohun

PULLING IT ALL TOGETHER: AN IS CAPSTONE COURSE FOR THE 21 ST CENTURY EMPHASIZING EXPERIENTIAL & CONCEPTUAL ASPECTS, SOFT SKILLS, AND CAREER READINESS
Sean McGann, Matthew Cahill
pp. 391-397
https://doi.org/10.48009/McGann_Cahill_2

THE EFFECT OF PRIOR EXPOSURE TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES IN PROJECT-BASED COURSES
Manouchehr Tabatabaei, Han Reichgelt
pp. 398-404
https://doi.org/10.48009/Tabatabaei_Reichgelt

THE IT / IS / SME HIERARCHY: CURRICULUM AND PRACTICE
Robert Boncella
pp. 405-411
https://doi.org/10.48009/Boncella

UNIVERSITY INTERNET POLICIES UNDER THE DIGITAL MILLENNIUM COPYRIGHT ACT: SWIFT JUDGMENT OR DUE PROCESS DENIED?
Bryan McKinney, David Griffith
pp. 412-418
https://doi.org/10.48009/McKinney_Griffith