Journal of Information
Systems Education
Lee A. Freeman, Editor

Journal of Information Systems Education

Contents Volume 7, Number 1 (1995)

Implied Creativity No Longer Appropriate for I.S. Curriculum
J. Daniel Couger
12
Assessing the Impact Of Course-Related Electronic Communications On Student Performance in an Introductory Programming Course
Robert A. Clark and Lawrence W. Scott
16
Beyond the Introductory Information Systems Courses: A Mini Series for Business Students
Robert DeMichiell andSeth Lewis

20
A Managerial Perspective on the Information Technology Needs of End-Users
Chung S. Kim, Nancy K. Keith, and Neil E. Swanson
26
Drivers’ Ed For The Information Highway : A Required Course for MBA Students
Lisa M. Lehman
30
Integrating Expert Systems Throughout the Undergraduate Curriculum
Jay Liebowitz
34
Verbal Communications Skills Requirements for Information Systems Professionals
Dr. Marcos P. Sivitanides, Dr. James R. Cook, Dr. Roy B. Martin, Dr. Beverly A. Chiodo
38

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