Journal of Information
Systems Education
Lee A. Freeman, Editor

Journal of Information Systems Education

Contents Volume 17, Number 1 (2006)

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Call for Papers - Special Issue on Systems Analysis & Design Education

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Teaching Tip
Teaching Security Techniques in an E-Commerce Course
Chang Liu and Brian G. Mackie

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Teaching Tip
Building Camaraderie Through Information Processing: The Wuzzle Picture-Puzzle Exercise
Steven M. Dunphy and Thomas G. Whisenand

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Data Modeling Education: The Changing Technology
Michael A. Chilton, Roger McHaney, and Bongsug Chae

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ER vs UML
James Rumbaugh

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Notation Usage in Data Modeling Education
Michael Mannino
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Toward a Next Generation Data Modeling Facility: Neither the Entity-Relationship Model nor UML Meet the Need
David M. Kroenke and C. Donald Gray

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The Essential Skills of Data Modeling
Richard T. Watson

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A Constructivist-Based Approach to Teaching Database Analysis and Design
Thomas M Connolly and Carolyn E Begg

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Integrating ERD and UML Concepts When Teaching Data Modeling
Traci A. Carte, 'Jon (Sean) Jasperson and Mark E. Cornelius

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Employment Analysis of ERD vs. UML for Data Modeling
Hsui-lin Winkler and Henning Seip

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Teaching ORDB with UML Class Diagram in an Advanced Database Course
Ming Wang

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Introducing the Unified Modeling Language into the Information Systems Curriculum
Donald Golden and Victor Matos

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Conceptual Data Modeling in the Introductory Database Course: Is it Time for UML?
James Suleiman and Monica J. Garfield
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