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Journal of Information Technology Education: Research

Jan 01, 2005 Volume 4, Number 1

Editors

Lynn Jeffrey; Christopher Cheong

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 27

  1. Key Factors of e-Learning: A Case Study at a Spanish Bank

    Rafael Andreu, IESE Business School, Spain; Kety Jauregui, ESAN, Peru

    Given the evident potential shown by developing new technologies, there are increasingly more companies that develop and implement training programs that use the new-technology-based facilities.... More

    pp. 1-31

  2. Become a Star: Teaching the Process of Design and Implementation of an Intelligent System

    Anne Therese Venables & Grace Tan, Victoria University, Australia

    Teaching future knowledge engineers, the necessary skills for designing and implementing intelligent software solutions required by business, industry and research today, is a very tall order.... More

    pp. 33-41

  3. Alternative Instructional Strategies in an IS Curriculum

    Kevin R. Parker, Idaho State University, United States; Cynthia LeRouge, Saint Louis University, United States; Ken Trimmer, Idaho State University, United States

    Systems Analysis and Design is a core component of an education in information systems. To appeal to a wider range of constituents and facilitate the learning process, the content of a traditional ... More

    pp. 43-60

  4. A Framework for the Evaluation of CASE Tool Learnability in Educational Environments

    Mali Senapathi, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

    The aim of the research is to derive a framework for the evaluation of Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tool learnability in educational environments. Drawing from the literature of Human... More

    pp. 61-84

  5. Teaching e-Commerce Personalization Technology: The Need for a Comprehensive View

    Miguel-Angel Sicilia, University of Alcalá, Spain

    Personalization technology has become an important topic in e-commerce, fostered by the emergence of the relationship-marketing paradigm. But teaching e-commerce personalization technology is a... More

    pp. 85-96

  6. Group Performance in Information Systems Project Groups: An Empirical Study

    Bouchaib Bahli & Meral Demirbag Buyukkurt, Concordia University, Canada

    The importance of teamwork in Information Systems Development (ISD) practice and education has been acknowledged but not studied extensively to date. This paper tests a model of how groups... More

    pp. 97-113

  7. Designing a Pedagogical Model for Web Engineering Education: An Evolutionary Perspective

    Said Hadjerrouit, Agder University College, Norway

    In contrast to software engineering, which relies on relatively well established development approaches, there is a lack of a proven methodology that guides Web engineers in building reliable and... More

    pp. 115-140

  8. Perception versus Reality—Determining Business Students’ Computer Literacy Skills and Need for Instruction in Information Concepts and Technology

    Patricia Wallace, The College of New Jersey, United States; Roy B. Clariana, Penn State University, United States

    Many colleges and universities require incoming students to demonstrate a prescribed level of computer proficiency. Currently, many educational institutions offer introductory computer courses to... More

    pp. 141-151

  9. Perception versus Reality—Determining Business Students’ Computer Literacy Skills and Need for Instruction in Information Concepts and Technology

    Patricia Wallace & Roy Clariana

    pp. 141-151

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  10. Teaching IT Project Management to Postgraduate Business Students: A Practical Approach

    Arthur Tatnall & Gina Reyes, Victoria University, Australia

    While most Information Systems (IS) professionals spend much of their time in the implementation or management of projects, the curriculum of university Information Technology (IT) courses does not... More

    pp. 153-166

  11. Perceived Requirements of MIS Curriculum Implementation in Bilingual Developing Countries

    Magdy M. Kabeil, University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

    This paper addresses additional requirements associated with implementing a standard curriculum of Management Information Systems (MIS) in bilingual developing countries where both students and... More

    pp. 167-188

  12. A Framework and Implementation of User Inter-face and Human-Computer Interaction Instruction

    Alan Peslak, Penn State University, United States

    Researchers have suggested that up to 50 % of the effort in development of information systems is devoted to user interface development (Douglas, Tremaine, Leventhal, Wills, & Manaris, 2002; Myers ... More

    pp. 189-205

  13. High School Students Learning University Level Computer Science on the Web – a Case Study of the DASK-Model

    Linda Mannila, Åbo Akademi University, Finland

    Computer science is becoming increasingly important in our society. Meta skills, such as problem solving and logical and algorithmic thinking, are emphasized in every field, not only in the natural... More

    pp. 207-218

  14. High School Students Learning University Level Computer Science on the Web – a Case Study of the DASK-Model

    Linda Mannila

    pp. 207-218

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  15. Individual and Organisational Factors Influencing Academics’ Decisions to Pursue the Scholarship of Teaching ICT

    Julianne Lynch, Deakin University, Australia; Judithe Sheard, Angela Carbone & Francesca Collins, Monash University, Australia

    This paper focuses on Information and Communication Technology (ICT) academics’ perceptions of factors that promote and inhibit their pursuit of scholarship in their teaching work. It identifies... More

    pp. 219-236

  16. Individual and Organisational Factors Influencing Academics’ Decisions to Pursue the Scholarship of Teaching ICT

    Julianne Lynch, Judithe Sheard, Angela Carbone & Francesca Collins

    pp. 219-236

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  17. The Insiders’ Perspectives: A Focus Group Study on Gender Issues in a Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Environment

    Minh Q. Huynh, Southeastern Louisiana University, United States; Jae-Nam Lee, Kookmin University, Korea (North); Barbara A. Schuldt, Southeastern Louisiana University, United States

    There is little doubt that the advent of collaborative technologies in recent years has brought some significant changes in the way students learn, communicate, and interact with one another. In... More

    pp. 237-255

  18. The Insiders’ Perspectives: A Focus Group Study on Gender Issues in a Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Environment

    Minh Huynh, Jae-Nam Lee & Barbara Schuldt

    pp. 237-255

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  19. Enhancing Student Learning across Disciplines: A Case Example using a Systems Analysis and Design Course for MIS and ACS Majors

    Ken Surendran, Southeast Missouri State University, United States; Ike C. Ehie, Kansas State University, United States; Chellappan Somarajan, Southeast Missouri State University, United States

    This paper illustrates an approach used to enhance student learning outcomes in a combined cross-listed Systems Analysis and Design (SA&D) course and examines benefits perceived by students through... More

    pp. 257-274

  20. Designing On-line Chinese Language Courses: New Roles for Educators

    Tongtao Zheng, Xiamen University, United States

    The purpose of this paper is threefold. Firstly, it will review the theories and practice of on-line learning and the need for new roles in the development of new media delivery systems. Secondly, ... More

    pp. 275-285