Journal of Information
Systems Education
Lee A. Freeman, Editor

Journal of Information Systems Education

Contents Volume 16, Number 1 (Spring 2005)

Note: Papers presented in this issue are available online at many of the indexing services through your library.  Abstracts are provided in the links below. If you would like a copy of this issue, please go to theIndividual Subscription Request and follow the instructions for a JISE subscription  (full year or single issue).

Call for Papers - Special Issue on Data Modeling Education

The Maturing of E-Commerce Education in Our Curricula
Angappa Gunasekaran, Eric W. T. Ngai, and Albert L. Harris
Teaching Tip
It’s All Fun and Games … Until Students Learn
Anne P. Massey, Susan A. Brown, and Jeanne D. Johnston
Teaching Tip
A Project Module of E-Commerce Planning
Shouhong Wang and Hai Wang
Achieving Significant Learning in E-Commerce Education through Small Business Consulting Projects
Sharon W. Tabor
Building Student Skills and Capabilities in Information Technology and e-Business: A Moving Target
Krassie Petrova and Gwyn Claxton
Framing Electronic Commerce within an Introductory Information Systems Course
Richard T. Grenci
A Curriculum Design for E-commerce Security
Hyunwoo Kim, Younggoo Han, Sehun Kim and Myeonggil Choi
Merging e-Business Solution Framework with CIS Curriculum
Mayur R. Mehta, Jaymeen R. Shah and George W. Morgan
A Student-Driven Approach to Teaching E-Commerce
Neil K. McBride
Developing Expertise in E-Commerce: A Content Analysis of Students’ Knowledge of Online Auctions
Angela Lin and Jonathan Foster
A Virtual Market Teaching Electronic Market Concepts in Information Systems Education
David Bodoff and Paul Forster
Active Learning Model for Teaching B2B E-Marketplaces
Jože Gričar, Andreja Pucihar and Gregor Lenart
Collaborative Project across Three Hong Kong Universities: A Case Study in E-commerce Education
Eric Ngai, C.N. Lok, Eugenia Ng, C. N. Lo and Yun Wong

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