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

Table of Contents - Volume 7, Issue 1



MEASURING GROWTH AND IMPACT: ETHICAL REASONING IN THE INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY FIELD
Belle Woodward, Susanne Ashby
pp. 3-7
https://doi.org/10.48009/Woodward_Ashby

REFLECTIONS ON RETHINKING AN “ISSUES OF COMPUTING” COURSE
Robert Skovira
pp. 8-12
https://doi.org/10.48009/Skovira

A FRAMEWORK FOR AN ETHICS COURSE FOR THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STUDENT
Cecil Schmidt, Robert Boncella
pp. 13-17
https://doi.org/10.48009/Schmidt_Boncella

L@@K! MINING EBAY: A THREE-PART INTEGRATED PROJECT FOR UNDERGRADUATE CIS STUDENTS
Barbara White, Rita Noel
pp. 18-23
https://doi.org/10.48009/White_Noel

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING: A CASE STUDY OF A MUTUALLY-BENEFICIAL DATABASE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
K. David Smith, Suzanne Clinton
pp. 24-28
https://doi.org/10.48009/Smith_Clinton

IMPACT OF STUDENTS’ RESEARCH PROJECTS INTO LEARNING ENHANCEMENT FOR CORE CURRICULUM CLASSES IN CS/IT
Ardian Greca, E. Butler
pp. 29-34
https://doi.org/10.48009/Greca_Butler

DATABASE-DRIVEN WEBSITES: A WORKING COURSE MODEL
Paul Kovacs
pp. 35-39
https://doi.org/10.48009/Kovacs

DEVELOPING A MORE EFFECTIVE COURSE TO DELIVER CIS EDUCATION
Thom Luce, Vic Matta, Corrine Brown
pp. 40-44
https://doi.org/10.48009/Luce_Matta_Brown

ONLINE TEXTBOOK COLLABORATION:STUDENT-AUTHORED ~ INSTRUCTOR-FACILITATED
Brian Mackie, Wayne Mackie, Sally Wakefield
pp. 45-50
https://doi.org/10.48009/Mackie_Mackie_Wakefield

A CAPSTONE PROJECT IN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT FOR CIS MAJORS
Michel Mitri
pp. 51-55
https://doi.org/10.48009/Mitri

BALANCING THE NEED FOR CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS IN MIS EDUCATION: AN EXPLORATORY EMPERICAL MODEL
Junwei Guan, Ganesh Vaidyanathan, Shi Zheng, Keith Smith
pp. 56-61
https://doi.org/10.48009/Guan_Vaidyanathan_Zheng_Smith

INTEGRATING BUSINESS ACUMEN WITH IT SKILLS IN THE SAME COURSE: A CASE STUDY WITH IMPLICATIONS FOR INCREASING IS PROGRAM ENROLLMENTS
Wayne Huang, Raymond Frost, Sean McGann
pp. 62-66
https://doi.org/10.48009/Huang_Frost_McGann

THE CHANGING ROLE OF COMPUTING EDUCATION: FOSTERING COLLABORATION
Tyson Henry, Janine LaFrance
pp. 67-71
https://doi.org/10.48009/Henry_LaFrance

PREPARING IS STUDENTS WITH EFFECTIVE TEAM SKILLS
Carl Case
pp. 72-76
https://doi.org/10.48009/Case

COLLABORATIVE TEACHING: CHANGING THE WAY WE EDUCATE CIS MAJORS
Kathleen Molnar, Bonita McVey, David Pankratz
pp. 77-82
https://doi.org/10.48009/Molnar_McVey_Pankratz

DEVELOPMENT OF PROJECT DOCUMENTATION: KEY INGREDIENT IN TEACHING SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
Mohammad Rob
pp. 83-87
https://doi.org/10.48009/Rob

MIS SEMINAR AND THE USE OF ADVISORY BOARD AS AN EFFECTIVE EDUCATIONAL PRACTICE IN RELEVANCY
Asghar Sabbaghi, Ganesh Vaidyanathan
pp. 88-92
https://doi.org/10.48009/Sabbaghi_Vaidyanathan

MBA STUDENT INTERVIEWS WITH EXECUTIVES: PERSPECTIVES ON THE STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Mark Sena, Gerald Braun, Elaine Crable
pp. 93-97
https://doi.org/10.48009/Sena_Braun_Crable

TEACHING UML DATABASE MODELING TO VISUALLY IMPAIRED STUDENTS
Robert Brookshire
pp. 98-101
https://doi.org/10.48009/Brookshire

A NEW TREND IN TEACHING TO MEET AACSB MANDATES: INTEGRATING COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCE BY USING MICROSOFT.NET AND LINDO API
Andrew Tiger, Ming-Shan Su, Chandra Fogle
pp. 102-107
https://doi.org/10.48009/Tiger_Su_Fogle

TEACHING THE IMPORTANCE OF INFORMATION, SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT, AND MODELING: THE SPREADSHEET BEER-LIKE GAME
Andrew Tiger, Daniel Benco, Chandra Fogle
pp. 108-113
https://doi.org/10.48009/Tiger_Benco_Fogle

COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION VS. TRADITIONAL INSTRUCTION IN AN ADVANCED-LEVEL COMPUTER COURSE
J. Thomerson
pp. 114-118
https://doi.org/10.48009/Thomerson

THE MIS CAPSTONE COURSE: AN ACTIVE LEARNING APPROACH
Marzie Astani
pp. 119-123
https://doi.org/10.48009/Astani

AN ACTIVE LEARNING PEDAGOGY IN A PROGRAMMING COURSE
Corrine Brown
pp. 124-128
https://doi.org/10.48009/Brown

THE ROLE OF LEARNING STYLES IN THE TEACHING/LEARNING PROCESS
Nancy Csapo, Roger Hayen
pp. 129-133
https://doi.org/10.48009/Csapo_Hayen

COMPONENTS OF SUCCESSFUL TECHNOLOGY INFUSION
Sylvia Bembry, Carolyn Anderson
pp. 134-137
https://doi.org/10.48009/Bembry_Anderson

USING SEVEN PRINCIPLES TO IMPROVE THE INTRODUCTION TO MIS COURSE
Queen Booker, Carl M. Rebman, Fred Kitchens
pp. 138-143
https://doi.org/10.48009/Booker_Rebman_Kitchens

IDENTIFYING NEW PEDAGOGICAL OPTIONS FOR TEACHING INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR BUSINESS IN A LARGE CLASSROOM
Amy Bauer, Thomas Hilton
pp. 144-149
https://doi.org/10.48009/Bauer_Hilton

SECURE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT USING USE CASES AND MISUSE CASES
Meledath Damodaran
pp. 150-154
https://doi.org/10.48009/Damodaran

A TOOL FOR TEACHING MATHEMATICAL MODELING TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS STUDENTS
Reggie Davidrajuh, Istvan Molnar
pp. 155-160
https://doi.org/10.48009/Davidrajuh_Molnar

A SIMPLIFIED APPROACH TO TEST-DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT FOR THE FIRST PROGRAMMING COURSE
Christopher Jones
pp. 161-166
https://doi.org/10.48009/Jones

ASSESSMENT OF COMPUTER SELF-EFFICACY: INTEGRATING LAPTOPS ACROSS THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS CURRICULUM
Monica Parzinger, Thomas Reeves, Orion Welch
pp. 167-174
https://doi.org/10.48009/Parzinger_Reeves_Welch

ETHICAL ATTITUDES OF BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS STUDENTS: AN EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATION
Leila A. Halawi, Silva Karkoulian
pp. 175-178
https://doi.org/10.48009/Halawi_Karkoulian

ETHICAL PERSPECTIVES IN INFORMATION SECURITY EDUCATION
James Harris
pp. 179-181
https://doi.org/10.48009/Harris

ABET-CAC IS ACCREDITATION: CURRICULAR STANDARDS AND PROGRAM RANKINGS
Gary DeLorenzo, Frederick Kohun, David Wood
pp. 182-187
https://doi.org/10.48009/DeLorenzo_Kohun_Wood

IS EDUCATION: THE CHANGING COMPLEXITY OF RELEVANCE
David Johnson, Christopher Jones
pp. 188-193
https://doi.org/10.48009/Johnson_Jones

QFD APPLICATION TO IMPROVE MANAGEMENT EDUCATION AT KIMEP
Shamsuddin Ahmed
pp. 193-198
https://doi.org/10.48009/Ahmed

ASSESSING ACADEMIC INTEGRITY OF THE IS/IT EDUCATION: 12 CRITICAL QUESTIONS TO ASK FOR PROGRAM REVIEW
L. Yin, Robert Brookshire
pp. 199-203
https://doi.org/10.48009/Yin_Brookshire

UPDATING THE INFORMATION SYSTEMS CURRICULUM: THE CAMERON EXPERIENCE
T. Bhattacharya, John DiRenzo, Kimberly Merritt, K. David Smith
pp. 204-209
https://doi.org/10.48009/Bhattacharya_DiRenzo_Merritt_Smith

MEETING DYNAMIC IS MARKET DEMANDS: LEVERAGING CONSULTING PRACTICES TO GUIDE CURRICULUM REFORM
Sean McGann, Raymond Frost, Vic Matta
pp. 210-215
https://doi.org/10.48009/McGann_Frost_Matta

REDEFINING THE MIS CURRICULUM FOR THE IT OFFSHORING PARADIGM
Zong Dai, Frank Duserick
pp. 216-219
https://doi.org/10.48009/Dai_Duserick

ANALYSIS OF FACTORS AFFECTING DECLINING CIS ENROLLMENT
Lissa Pollacia, William Lomerson
pp. 220-225
https://doi.org/10.48009/Pollacia_Lomerson

FACTORS INFLUENCING MAJOR SELECTION BY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS STUDENTS
William Crampton, Kent Walstrom, Thomas Schambach
pp. 226-230
https://doi.org/10.48009/Crampton_Walstrom_Schambach

PREPARING FOR THE SERVICE CALL: CIS FACULTY IN THE GENERAL STUDIES PROGRAM
Lynn Heinrichs, Michele Kleckner
pp. 231-235
https://doi.org/10.48009/Heinrichs_Kleckner

FACULTY PERCEPTIONS OF TEACHING LOAD
Anthony Keys, Margaret Devine
pp. 236-241
https://doi.org/10.48009/Keys_Devine

A SURVEY TO DEFINE THE SKILL SETS OF SELECTED IT PROFESSIONALS
Paul Kovacs, Gary Davis, Donald Caputo, John Turchek
pp. 242-246
https://doi.org/10.48009/Kovacs_Davis_Caputo_Turchek

A PROPOSED TEACHING MODEL FOR A CAPSTONE CLASS IN THE IS CURRICULUM: A SURVEY ANALYSIS OF IS EDUCATORS AND IS PROFESSIONALS
Jack Russell, Barbara Russell
pp. 247-252
https://doi.org/10.48009/Russell_Russell

THE MARKET FOR IS AND MIS SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE: ANALYSIS OF ON-LINE JOB POSTINGS
Kent Webb
pp. 253-258
https://doi.org/10.48009/Webb

PREDICTING (AND CREATING) SUCCESS IN CS1
Carl Farrell
pp. 259-263
https://doi.org/10.48009/Farrell

E-BUSINESS CURRICULUM: LITERATURE REVIEW REVEALS OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES
Doris Duncan
pp. 264-267
https://doi.org/10.48009/Duncan

IT CERTIFICATION’S ROLE IN THE IT JOB MARKET
Harry Benham
pp. 268-272
https://doi.org/10.48009/Benham

ANALYSIS OF ENTERPRISE SOFTWARE DEPLOYMENT IN ACADEMIC CURRICULA
Roger Hayen, Frank Andera
pp. 273-277
https://doi.org/10.48009/Hayen_Andera

IMPLEMENTING ERP SOFTWARE INTO BUSINESS SCHOOL CURRICULUM: IT IS MORE COMMON, LESS DIFFICULT AND MORE IMPORTANT THAN YOU MAY THINK
John Willems, Saifur Bhuiyan
pp. 278-283
https://doi.org/10.48009/Willems_Bhuiyan

CREATING AN ERP EMPHASIS IN THE IS CURRICULUM
Ron MacKinnon, Camille Rogers, Hsiang-Jui Kung, Adrian Gardiner, James Whitworth, Susan Williams
pp. 284-288
https://doi.org/10.48009/MacKinnon_etal

DEVELOPING INFORMATION RISK MANAGEMENT, SECURITY AND ASSURANCE CURRICULA FOR AIS/MIS/IT EDUCATION
Jeffrey Merhout, Douglas Havelka
pp. 289-293
https://doi.org/10.48009/Merhout_Havelka

INNOVATION IN THE IT CURRICULUM: A CASE STUDY IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY LEADERSHIP
Matthew North, Amanda Holland-Minkley
pp. 294-298
https://doi.org/10.48009/North_Holland

THE CASE FOR E-HEALTH IN THE INFORMATION SYSTEMS CURRICULUM
E. Wilson
pp. 299-304
https://doi.org/10.48009/Wilson

PREDICTORS OF STUDENT SUCCESS IN A PROJECT MANAGEMENT COURSE
Manouchehr Tabatabaei, Han Reichgelt
pp. 305-309
https://doi.org/10.48009/Tabatabaei_Reichgelt

DESIGNING INFORMATION SYSTEMS DOCTORAL PROGRAMS: ISSUES AND CHALLENGES
Omar El-Gayar
pp. 310-318
https://doi.org/10.48009/ElGayar

IDENTIFYING COMMUNICATION APPREHENSION LEVELS IN SENIOR-LEVEL INFORMATION SYSTEMS MAJORS: A PILOT STUDY
Dacia Charlesworth
pp. 319-323
https://doi.org/10.48009/Charlesworth

US VS. CHINA: WOMEN FACULTY IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
Wenying Sun
pp. 324-329
https://doi.org/10.48009/Sun

THE PERFECT STORM: WHY INFORMATION SYSTEMS (IS) FACULTY RULED ACADEMIA FROM 1995 TO 2000
Mark Ward
pp. 330-335
https://doi.org/10.48009/Ward

IS CUSTOMER SATISFACTION THE CURRENCY OF EXCHANGE IN TODAY’S CLASSROOMS?
Stanley Schuyler, Robert Skovira
pp. 336-340
https://doi.org/10.48009/Schuyler_Skovira

RINGERS IN ONLINE MIS COURSES
Todd Schultz, James Grayson
pp. 341-345
https://doi.org/10.48009/Schultz_Grayson

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS: ASSESSING STUDENT PLACEMENT & PERFORMANCE
Sharon Paranto, Hillar Neumann
pp. 346-351
https://doi.org/10.48009/Paranto_Neumann

IS A HIGH GPA STILL THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR FOR JOB OPPORTUNITY? AN EMPERICAL INVESTIGATION
Wayne Huang, Hao Lou, John Day
pp. 352-356
https://doi.org/10.48009/Huang_Lou_Day

SERVICE QUALITY EXPECTATIONS AND PERCEPTIONS: USE OF THE SERVQUAL INSTRUMENT FOR REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS
Craig Tyran, Steven Ross
pp. 357-361
https://doi.org/10.48009/Tyran_Ross

DEVELOPING SUSTAINABLE DIGITAL OPPORTUNITY: THE CASE OF LALASHAN DOWEB MODEL
Su-Houn Liu, Yu-Hsieh Sung, Hsiu-Li Liao
pp. 362-366
https://doi.org/10.48009/Liu_Sung_Liao

CHANGING STUDENTS’ ATTITUDES, SATISFACTION AND INTENTIONS OF SERVICE-LEARNING IN MIS COURSES
Su-Houn Liu, Hsiu-Li Liao
pp. 367-372
https://doi.org/10.48009/Liu_Liao

PRESENCE OF E-LEARNING IN SLOVENIAN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
Viktorija Sulcic, D. Lesjak
pp. 373-379
https://doi.org/10.48009/Sulcic_Lesjak

DEVELOPING ONLINE OBJECT-ORIENTED INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CURRICULA: COLLABORATING THROUGH PRACTITIONERS WITH BASE-CLASSED BASE CLASS EXPERIENCES
Paul Chalekian
pp. 380-383
https://doi.org/10.48009/Chalekian

THE DEVELOPMENT OF A THEORY OF LEARNING PERFORMANCE: A FIRST STEP
David Taylor, Gary Baker
pp. 384-388
https://doi.org/10.48009/Taylor_Baker

THE (R)EVOLUTION OF SYNCHRONOUS COMMUNICATION IN DISTANCE EDUCATION
Joseph Rene Corbeil
pp. 389-393
https://doi.org/10.48009/Corbeil

GOING LIVE WITH E-TUTORING: A SELECTION AND IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION PROGRAMS
Maria Valdes-Corbeil, Joseph Rene Corbeil
pp. 393-397
https://doi.org/10.48009/Valdez_Corbeil