You are here:

Journal of Information Technology Education

2009 Volume 8, Number

Search this issue

Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. A Realistic Data Warehouse Project: An Integration of Microsoft Access[R] and Microsoft Excel[R] Advanced Features and Skills

    Michael A. King

    Business intelligence derived from data warehousing and data mining has become one of the most strategic management tools today, providing organizations with long-term competitive advantages.... More

    View Abstract
  2. Realizing Learning in the Workplace in an Undergraduate IT Program

    Anne Venables & Grace Tan

    Higher education programs need to prepare their graduates for the practical challenges they can expect to face upon entering the workforce. Students can be better prepared if their academic... More

    pp. 17-26

    View Abstract
  3. E-Portfolio Assessment System for an Outcome-Based Information Technology Curriculum

    Abdallah Tubaishat, Azzedine Lansari & Akram Al-Rawi

    Currently colleges and universities are facing a number of problems, including ill designed curricula that do not address demands from the job market. There is also tremendous pressure from society... More

    pp. 43-54

    View Abstract
  4. IT Professionals' Competences: High School Students' Views

    Angel Garcia-Crespo, Ricardo Colomo-Palacios, Juan Miguel Gomez-Berbis & Edmundo Tovar-Caro

    During last few years, the competential paradigm has become a standard for modern Human Resources Management. The importance and the impact of this concept have led higher education institutions to... More

    pp. 45-57

    View Abstract
  5. Virtual Computing Laboratories: A Case Study with Comparisons to Physical Computing Laboratories

    Stephen D. Burd, Alessandro F. Seazzu & Christopher Conway

    Current technology enables schools to provide remote or virtual computing labs that can be implemented in multiple ways ranging from remote access to banks of dedicated workstations to... More

    pp. 55-78

    View Abstract
  6. Open Source Software Development Experiences on the Students' Resumes: Do They Count?--Insights from the Employers' Perspectives

    Ju Long

    Open Source Software (OSS) is a major force in today's Information Technology (IT) landscape. Companies are increasingly using OSS in mission-critical applications. The transparency of the OSS... More

    pp. 229-242

    View Abstract