International Association for Computer Information Systems
Saturday, December 03, 2022

Table of Contents - Volume 8, Issue 1



CASE PROJECTS IN DATA WAREHOUSING AND DATA MINING
Mohammad Rob, Michael Ellis
pp. 1-7

THE GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS INITIATIVE AT THE NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
Richard Born, Brian Mackie
pp. 8-14

STUDENT'S PERCEPTION OF THE BENEFITS AND USE OF ONLINE TEACHING & LEARNING
Amine Talet
pp. 15-23

WEBLOGS: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF UNDERGRADUATE BEHAVIOR BY ACTIVITY AND GENDER
Carl Case, Darwin King
pp. 24-29

DIFFERENCES IN QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE PROFESSORS’ CRITERIA FOR TEXTBOOK ADOPTIONS: A PILOT STUDY
Robert Stevens, Kenneth Clow, C. McConkey, Andrew Tiger
pp. 30-36

ENHANCING INTERACTION IN ASYNCHRONOUS ONLINE INFORMATION SYSTEMS EDUCATION
John Girard, Lori Willoughby, Kristi Berg
pp. 37-43

MARKETING IS TO THE ADULT STUDENT
Jeanne Baugh, Paul Kovacs, Frederick Kohun, Walter Pilof
pp. 44-51

USING WEBX IN A WEB APPLICATION PROGRAMMING COURSE
Natalya Goreva, Michael Yudelson, Bryan Marshall
pp. 52-57

FINDING LIGHT AT THE END OF THE GRADUATION TUNNEL
Bryan Marshall, Peter Cardon, Tanya Goette, Natalya Goreva
pp. 59-64

TRANSNATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION: ISSUES EFFECTING JOINT DEGREE PROGRAMS AMONG US AND CHINESE SCHOOLS
Wenying Sun, Robert Boncella
pp. 65-70

E-CHEATING: ARE STUDENTS MISUSING IT?
Darwin King, Carl Case
pp. 71-75

CHANGE MANAGEMENT IN IT AND MIS EDUCATION FOR GLOBAL COMPETITION: TEN SOUGHT-AFTER RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE INDUSTRY ADVISORY BOARDS
L. Yin
pp. 76-80

USER-CENTERED DESIGN FOR GLOBAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Susan Conners, Roy Foreman
pp. 81-83

INTEGRATING ERP ACROSS THE CURRICULUM: A PHASED, THREE-TIERED APPROACH
Mark Springer, Steven Ross, Nate Humann
pp. 84-90

COMPARING TWO PROGRAM CONTENTS WITH COMPUTING CURRICULA 2005 KNOWLEDGE AREAS
Azad Ali, Frederick Kohun, David Wood
pp. 91-96

ADDRESSING THE DECLINE IN CIS ENROLLMENT
Lissa Pollacia, Jack Russell
pp. 97-102

RUBRIC FOR ASSESSING OUTCOMES IN BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS VIA CAPSTONE PROJECTS
Bonita McVey, Kathleen Molnar, David Pankratz
pp. 103-107

ADVISORY BOARD: EXPERIENCE AND STATUS REPORT
Adel Fergany, Sam Thangiah
pp. 108-114

APPLYING COOPERATIVE LEARNING TECHNIQUES IN THE CLASSROOM: AN EXAMINATION OF LEARNING, LEADERSHIP, AND COMMUNICATION STYLES IN CIS MAJORS
Dacia Charlesworth
pp. 115-119

ERP IN HIGHER EDUCATION: A CASE STUDY OF SAP AND CAMPUS MANAGEMENT
Mary Davis, Zhenyu Huang
pp. 120-126

BLENDED LEARNING AND STUDY EFFECTIVENESS
Viktorija Sulcic, Dušan Lesjak
pp. 127-133

TEACHING AN APPLIED BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE COURSE
Stevan Mrdalj
pp. 134-138

MAKING OOA REAL: ITERATIVE AND INCREMENTAL PROJECTS
Ted Strickland
pp. 139-146

AN ONLINE LEARNING ENGINE FOR ETHICS EDUCATION: A PROOF OF CONCEPT USING BUSINESS ETHICS
Cecil Schmidt, Robert Boncella
pp. 147-153

EXPLORING THE EVOLUTION OF IS EDUCATION: A COMPREHENSIVE CURRICULUM REVIEW
Sean McGann
pp. 154-159

EFFECTIVENESS OF ONLINE LEARNING PROGRAM: A CASE STUDY OF A HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION
Omamerhi Ebojoh, Hongjiang Xu
pp. 160-166

EXAMINING STUDENTS' ACCEPTANCE OF TABLET PC USING TAM
Omar El-Gayar, Mark Moran
pp. 167-172

VIRTUALIZATION IN THE CLASSROOM
Thom Luce
pp. 173-178

UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES: IT’S DISRUPTION OF WORK-LIFE BALANCE
Paul Stephens, Matthew McGowan, Charles Stoner, Jennifer Robin
pp. 179-184

A COMPARISON OF TWO COMPUTER LITERACY TESTING APPROACHES
Ruth Robbins, Zehai Zhou
pp. 185-191

CREATING A COURSE IN BUSINESS SYSTEM INTEGRATION: PROCESS, CHALLENGES, AND LESSONS
Vic Matta, Laura Snitcher
pp. 192-197

EXPLORING THE MOTIVATION OF STUDENTS IN CHOOSING INFORMATION SYSTEMS AS THEIR MAJOR
Roman Wong, Anne Fiedler, Che-Hung Liu
pp. 198-203

USING ERP IN CURRICULUM INTEGRATION: A CASE STUDY
Roger Hayen, Daniel Vetter, Zhenyu Huang
pp. 204-210

SECURE PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS IN SELECTED C++ AND JAVA TEXTBOOKS
David Wood, Robert Skovira
pp. 211-216

THE ADOPTION OF SYNCHRONOUS AND ASYNCHRONOUS MEDIA IN THE TEACHING OF A SECOND LANGUAGE
Yen-Tzu Chen, Che-Hung Liu, Roman Wong
pp. 217-223

TRANSITIONAL DISTANCE THEORY AND COMMUNICATION IN ONLINE COURSES: A CASE STUDY
Scott Mensch, Azad Ali
pp. 224-228