Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE)

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Volume 33, Issue 4, Fall 2022, is now published (see Current Issue section below). Enjoy!
JISE is pleased to announce that the Best Paper award for 2021 goes to "Incorporating Big Data Tools for Social Media Analytics in a Business Analytics Course" by Amir H. Zadeh, Hamed M. Zolbanin, and Ramesh Sharda. The winner of the Best Paper Finalist award is "When Students Are Players: Toward a Theory of Student-Centric Edu-Gamification Systems" by Connie S. Barber, and the winner of the Best Paper Honorable Mention award is "Teaching Tip: A Teaching Module of No-Code Business App Development" by Shouhong Wang and Hai Wang. Details about the award process and selection criteria can be found on the Best Papers page.

Current Issue

Volume 33, Issue 4, Fall 2022

306-323 Teaching Tip: Teaching Business Process Concepts in an Introductory Information Systems Class: A Multi-Level Game-Based Learning Approach
Bernie Farkas, University of Tampa
Yanyan Shang, University of Tampa
Farouq Alhourani, University of Tampa

324-337 Teaching Tip: Evaluating Visualizations with a Compact Rubric
William K. McHenry, University of Akron

338-356 Teaching Case: Information Security Management in Distress at SkillPlat
Ivano Bongiovanni, University of Queensland

357-370 Management Information Systems Education: A Systematic Review
Cassandra C. Elrod, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Sarah M. Stanley, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Elizabeth A. Cudney, Maryville University
Michael G. Hilgers, Missouri University of Science and Technology
Cameron Graham, Missouri University of Science and Technology

371-387 A Rubric to Evaluate and Enhance Requirements Elicitation Interviewing Skills
Diane Lending, James Madison University
Jeremy D. Ezell, James Madison University
Thomas W. Dillon, James Madison University
Jeffrey May, James Madison University

388-404 How to Apply Service Operations Management Principles to Improve Student Engagement and Satisfaction
Elham Torabi, James Madison University
Baback Vaziri, James Madison University
Amy J. Connolly, James Madison University

405-415 Quality Assurance of Learning Assessments in Large Information Systems and Decision Analysis Courses
Zsolt Ugray, Utah State University
Brian K. Dunn, Utah State University

416-426 Current and Future Artificial Intelligence (AI) Curriculum in Business School: A Text Mining Analysis
Liqiang Chen, University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire

427-438 Invited Paper: Editing Special Issues of JISE: Practical Guidance and Recommendations
Michael Lang, University of Galway
Xihui "Paul" Zhang, University of North Alabama
Lena Connolly, Zayed University

About JISE

ISSN#: 1055-3096 (print)
ISSN#: 2574-3872 (online)

The Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE) is a peer reviewed journal published quarterly that focuses on IS education, pedagogy, and curriculum including (but not limited to) model curriculum, course projects/cases, course materials, curriculum design & implementation, outcomes assessment, distance education challenges, capstone learning projects, technology selection & impact, and industry relations.

The mission of JISE is to be the premier journal on information systems (IS) education. To support that mission, JISE emphasizes quality and relevance in the papers that it publishes. In addition, JISE recognizes the international influences on IS education and seeks international input in all aspects of the journal, including authorship, reviewing, and Editorial Board membership.

JISE operates as a Diamond Open Access journal. This means that there are no subscription fees, no submission/processing fees, and no publication fees. All papers published in JISE have undergone rigorous peer review. This includes an initial editor screening and double-blind refereeing by three or more expert reviewers. JISE follows industry standard ethical guidelines for all aspects of operations (submissions, reviews, editing, publishing, etc.). Additional details are available regarding the submission process and the types of articles.


The EDSIG Conference on Information Systems and Computing Education (EDSIGCON) is a peer-reviewed conference for academic professionals and institutions of higher learning focused on Information Systems education including (but not limited to) model curriculum, assessment, distance education challenges, capstone and service-learning projects, and information systems research geared toward educators. EDSIGCON 2021 in Washington DC was a great success! EDSIGCON 2022 will be held in Clearwater Beach, Florida on Wednesday, November 2 - Saturday, November 5, 2022. Check out for full details regarding the call for participation, key dates, and more.

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