Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE)

Volume 11 - Table of Contents

Volume 11 Number 1-2, Spring 2000

3 Teaching Tip: Bringing Real World Experience to the Classroom
Charles R. Woratschek, Robert Morris College

5 Combining the Techniques of Joint Application Design and Cooperative Learning in the Information Systems Classroom
Theda Thomas, Port Elizabeth Technikon
Carina de Villiers, University of Pretoria

13 Achievement Predictors for a Computer Applications Module Delivered Online
Patricia E. Wallce, College of New Jersey
Roy B. Clariana, Pennsylvania State University - Malvern

19 E-Commerce Technologies and Information Systems Curricula
Abhijit Chaudhury, Bryant College
H. Raghav Rao, State University of New York - Buffalo

34 A Quandary for Information Technology: Who Controls the Content of Distance Education?
Michael J. O'Hara, University of Nebraska - Omaha
Daniel A. Peak, University of Nebraska - Omaha

41 Empirically Assessing Students' Perceptions of the Importance of Student Characteristics
William M. Baker, Appalachian State University
Albert L. Harris, Appalachian State University

47 Learning Spreadsheet Software in the Traditional and Synchronous Modes: A Model and a Pilot Study to Investigate End User's Performance and Satisfaction
Shailendra Palvia, Long Island University

61 Using Information Systems as a Unifying Influence in an Integrated Business Curriculum
Norman Pendegraft, University of Idaho
Robert W. Stone, University of Idaho
C. Randall Byers, University of Idaho

67 Using Polya to Teach System Development Methodologies: Fostering a Role Perspective in IS Students
J. Harold Pardue, University of South Alabama
Michael V. Doran, University of South Alabama
Herbert E. Longenecker, University of South Alabama

Volume 11 Number 3-4, Fall 2000

91 Teaching Tip: Resources for Teaching Ethics and Computing
Kevin W. Bowyer, University of South Florida

93 The Evolving Role of Faculty: Traditional Scholarship, Instructional Scholarship and Service Scholarship
William N. Owen, University of South Alabama
Roy J. Daigle, University of South Alabama
Michael V. Doran, University of South Alabama
David L. Feinstein, University of South Alabama

97 Some Observations on Internet Addiction Disorder Research
Prasanna Chebbi, Southern University at New Orleans
Kai S. Koong, Southern University at New Orleans
Lai Liu, Southern University at New Orleans
Robert Rottman, Kentucky State University

105 Critical Skills of IS Professionals: Developing a Curriculum for the Future
Marilyn L. Wilkins, Eastern Illinois University
Cheryl L. Noll, Eastern Illinois University

111 Delivering the Cross Cultural Virtual Teamwork Experience: An Example with Mexican and American MBA Team Members
Richard E. Potter, University of Illinois - Chicago
Pierre A. Balthazard, Arizona State University
Kevin L. Elder, Ohio University

121 Pornography on the Dean's PC: An Ethics and Computing Case Study
Kevin W. Bowyer, University of South Florida

127 Competency Based Educational Program Effectiveness Assessment
David W. Johnson, Florida Gulf Coast University

133 Launching the Project: An Exercise for Demonstrating the Impact of Team Communications on Project Success
Leslie K. Duclos, University of Northern Iowa
Dale Cyphert, University of Northern Iowa

141 Using the Internet to Build Realism in Teaching Requirements Analysis
Jeffrey Parsons, Memorial University of Newfoundland
K. Dale Foster, Memorial University of Newfoundland

147 MOO: An Active Learning Environment for Teaching Object Oriented Concepts in Business Information Systems Curricula
John Towell, Carroll College

151 Comparison of Communication Skills Needed by Information Systems Undergraduates and Graduates as Perceived by Information Systems Professionals
Tena B. Crews, State University of West Georgia
Melinda McCannon, Gordon College

157 Problem Based Learning in a Systems Analysis Course
Thom Luce, Ohio University

169 Academic Dishonesty: A Study of CIS Student Cheating Behavior
Patrick T. Hogan, University of Houston - Downtown
Patrick V. Jaska, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor