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Journal of Information Systems Education

2012 Volume 23, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Teaching Tip: Using Rapid Game Prototyping for Exploring Requirements Discovery and Modeling

    Nikunj Dalal

    We describe the use of rapid game prototyping as a pedagogic technique to experientially explore and learn requirements discovery, modeling, and specification in systems analysis and design courses... More

    pp. 341-344

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  2. A Comprehensive, Competency-Based Education Framework Using Medium-Sized ERP Systems

    Brenda Scholtz, Charmain Cilliers & Andre Calitz

    Graduates with industry-relevant ERP competencies are highly sought after. This requirement is due to a dominance of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems and the positive affect which good... More

    pp. 345-358

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  3. Information Security Trends and Issues in the Moodle E-Learning Platform: An Ethnographic Content Analysis

    Christopher Schultz

    Empirical research on information security trends and practices in e-learning is scarce. Many articles that have been published apply basic information security concepts to e-learning and list... More

    pp. 359-371

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  4. Increasing Student Performance through the Use of Web Services in Introductory Programming Classrooms: Results from a Series of Quasi-Experiments

    Bryan Hosack, Billy Lim & W Paul Vogt

    An introduction to programming course can be a challenge for both students and instructors. This paper describes a study that introduced Web services (WS) and Service-Oriented Architecture in... More

    pp. 373-383

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  5. Applying Analogical Reasoning Techniques for Teaching XML Document Querying Skills in Database Classes

    Michel Mitri

    XML has become the most ubiquitous format for exchange of data between applications running on the Internet. Most Web Services provide their information to clients in the form of XML. The ability... More

    pp. 385-394

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  6. Changing the Introductory IS Course to Improve Future Enrollments: An Irish Perspective

    Eoin Whelan & David Firth

    A significant challenge facing the IS discipline worldwide is the reversal of the low numbers of students currently enrolling in IS courses. While there is a growing body of literature which offers... More

    pp. 395-405

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  7. Exploring Factors that Influence Students' Behaviors in Information Security

    Cheolho Yoon, Jae-Won Hwang & Rosemary Kim

    Due to the ever-increasing use of the Internet, information security has become a critical issue in society. This is especially the case for young adults who have different attitudes towards... More

    pp. 407-415

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  8. Examining IS Curriculum Profiles and the IS 2010 Model Curriculum Guidelines in AACSB-Accredited Schools

    Robert J. Mills, Nicole Forsgren Velasquez, Kelly J. Fadel & Corbin C. Bell

    The IS 2010 Model Curriculum Guidelines were developed to provide recommendations for standardized information systems curricula while simultaneously allowing for customization within individual... More

    pp. 417-428

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