Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE)

Volume 15 - Table of Contents

Volume 15 Number 1, Spring 2004

5 Teaching Tip: Teaching Information Systems Management via Action Memos
Christian Wagner, City University of Hong Kong

9 Teaching Tip: Adding Realism to the Formation, Management and Evaluation of Project Teams
Donna McCloskey, Widener University

13 Teaching Case: A Data Modeling Case: Writers Guild of America, East
Thomas L. Wedel, California State University - Northridge
Ali R. Behnezhad, California State University - Northridge
Glen L. Gray, California State University - Northridge

19 Computer Literacy Skills for Computer Information Systems Majors: A Case Study
David S. McDonald, Georgia State University

35 A Systematic Framework for Conducting Research Projects in Undergraduate Courses
Yousif Mustafa, West Liberty State College

41 Role Preference: Are Handheld Computers an Educational or Personal Technology?
Christopher G. Jones, Utah Valley State College
David W. Johnson, Utah Valley State College
Jan Bentley, Utah Valley State College

55 Migrating Information Retrieval from the Graduate to the Undergraduate Curriculum
Nazli Goharian, Illinois Institute of Technology
David Grossman, Illinois Institute of Technology
Ophir Frieder, Illinois Institute of Technology
Nambury Raju, Illinois Institute of Technology

65 Teaching Flowcharting with FlowC
T. Grandon Gill, University of South Florida

79 Introducing Information Systems Approach for Acquiring IT Competence Needed for Business Applications
Syed J. Naqvi, Sultan Qaboos University

87 Examining Personal and Cultural Assumptions about Information Technology using a Technology Abstinence Exercise
Kathryn R. Stam, Syracuse University
Jeffrey M. Stanton, Syracuse University

Volume 15 Number 2, Summer 2004

109 Teaching Tip: A Technical Module for the E-Commerce Course
John Chopoorian, University of Massachusetts - Dartmouth
Shouhong Wang, University of Massachusetts - Dartmouth

113 Teaching Tip: Telecommunications and Data Networking Course: Balancing Theory and Practice
Pramod Pandya, California State University - Fullerton

119 Teaching Case: A First Case Project in Visual Basic.Net: Preparing an Income Tax Return
Mark G. Simkin, University of Nevada - Reno

127 Bringing E-Government into the Classroom: A Case of E-Commerce Education
Yong I. Song, Korea Institute of Science and Technology
H. R. Rao, State University of New York - Buffalo
Sviatoslav B. Braynov, State University of New York - Buffalo

139 The Role of Social Presence and Moderating Role of Computer Self-Efficacy in Predicting the Continuance Usage of E-Learning Systems
Albert Hayashi, Claremont Graduate University
Charlie Chen, Appalachian State University
Terry Ryan, Claremont Graduate University
Jiinpo Wu, Tamking University

155 E-Teaching: The Economic Threat to the Ethical Legitimacy of Education?
Bernd C. Stahl, De Montfort University

163 A Study of Student Performance in Combined Courses
Letha H. Etzkorn, University of Alabama - Huntsville
Mary Ellen Weisskop, University of Alabama - Huntsville
Sampson Gholston, University of Alabama - Huntsville

171 Promoting Higher Order Thinking in MIS/CIS Students using Class Exercises
Arup Mukherjee, University of West Florida

181 Project Management Courses in IS Graduate Programs: What is being Taught?
Stephen M. Du, Georgia State University
Roy D. Johnson, Georgia State University
Mark Keil, Georgia State University

189 Critical Factors Affecting Job Offers for New MIS Graduates
Xiang Fang, Miami University
Sooun Lee, Miami University
Ted E. Lee, University of Memphis
Wayne Huang, Ohio University

205 Assessing the Knowledge Structure of Information Systems Learners in Experience-Based Learning
Weiqi Li, University of Michigan - Flint
Hanwen Zhang, FangWei Company
Ping Li, FangWei Company

Volume 15 Number 3, Fall 2004
Special Issue on Enterprise Systems Education: Where are We? Where are We Going?

227 Enterprise Systems Education: Where are We? Where are We Going?
Yvonne L. Antonucci, Widener University
Gail Corbitt, California State University - Chico
Glenn Stewart, Queensland University of Technology
Albert L. Harris, Appalachian State University

235 Teaching Tip: Twelve Tips for Successfully Integrating Enterprise Systems across the Curriculum
Jane Fedorowicz, Bentley College
Ulric J. Gelinas, Jr., Bentley College
Catherine Usoff, Bentley College
George Hachey, Bentley College

245 A Customized ERP/SAP Model for Business Curriculum Integration
Todd Johnson, Northern Arizona University
Aiden C. Lorents, Northern Arizona University
James Morgan, Northern Arizona University
Jon Ozmun, Northern Arizona University

255 Teaching Case: Choosing an ERP-type System for a Belarus Enterprise
A. T. Jarmoszko, Central Connecticut State University
Michael Gendron, Central Connecticut State University

261 Best Practices of Business Simulation with SAP R/3
Casper Draijer, HES Amsterdam School of Business
Dirk-Jan Schenk, HES Amsterdam School of Business

267 Exploring Process, Enterprise Integration and E-Business Concepts in the Classroom: The Case of petPRO
Catherine A. Hajnal, Carleton University
Robert Riordan, Carleton University

277 New Dog, Old Tricks: ERP and the Systems Development Life Cycle
Richard T. Grenci, John Carroll University
Bradley Z. Hull, John Carroll University

287 Enterprise Integration in Business Education: Design and Outcomes of a Capstone ERP-based Undergraduate e-Business Management Course
Charles H. Davis, University of New Brunswick - Saint John
Jana Comeau, University of New Brunswick - Saint John

301 Integrating Enterprise Decision-Making Modules into Undergraduate Management and Industrial Engineering Curricula
Diane M. Strong, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Sharon A. Johnson, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Jamshed J. Mistry, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

315 Appropriating Enterprise Resource Planning Systems in College of Business: Extending Adaptive Structuration Theory for Testability
Cynthia LeRouge, Saint Louis University
Harold W. Webb, University of Tampa

327 Second Wave ERP Education
Paul Hawking, Victoria University
Brendan McCarthy, Victoria University
Andrew Stein, Victoria University

Volume 15 Number 4, Winter 2004

345 Teaching Tip: Encouraging Online Participation
Wing Lam, Universitas 21 Global

349 Teaching Tip: Strategy for Assessment of Online Course Discussions
Sunil Hazari, State University of West Georgia

357 Effectiveness of an Interactive Application to Assist Learning: A Test Case
Raafat G. Saade, Concordia University
Dennis Kira, Concordia University

365 An Enhanced Technology Acceptance Model for Web-Based Learning
Min Gong, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Yan Xu, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Yuecheng Yu, City University of New York - Baruch College

375 Addressing Commercial Realism and Academic Issues in Group-Based IS Undergraduate Project Work
Mark C. Jones, University of Salford
Tom McMaster, University of Salford

383 The Effects of Trustworthiness Perceptions on the Formation of Initial Trust: Implications for MIS Student Teams
Mark A. Serva, University of Delaware
Mark A. Fuller, Washington State University

397 An Initial Assessment of Remote Access Computer Laboratories for IS Education: A Multiple Case Study
Christopher L. Huntley, Fairfield University
Richard G. Mathieu, Saint Louis University
George P. Schell, University of North Carolina - Wilmington

409 How Useful is IS 2002? A Case Study Applying the Model Curriculum
Catherine Dwyer, Pace University
Constance A. Knapp, Pace University

417 Telecommunications Course Content: Input from Information Technology Professionals
Tena B. Crews, University of South Carolina

427 Spreadsheet Knowlege: Measuring what User Developers Know
Jane Klobas, University of Western Australia
Tanya McGill, Murdoch University

437 A Framework for Comparing IS Core Curriculum and IS Requirements for Accounting Majors
Christine P. Andrews, Florida Gulf Coast University
Judy Wynekoop, Florida Gulf Coast University