Abstract: In this paper, we analyze and categorize research related to Agile teaching and learning in Information Systems education using an existing conceptual framework. To this end, a systematic literature review beginning with 642 papers led to the identification of 30 relevant papers written in English and published through 2018 in academic IS outlets. Our analysis reveals three ways in which Information Systems educators incorporate Agile into their courses: 1) using Agile as a pedagogical approach to teach non-Agile content, 2) using Agile as a pedagogical approach to teach Agile content, and 3) using non-Agile pedagogical approaches to teach Agile content. The majority of relevant papers were published between 2016 and 2018. We present an analysis of the three instructional approaches to serve as a resource for interested individuals and recommend directions for future studies related to Agile teaching and learning in IS education.
Keywords: Agile, IS education, Literature review, Curriculum design & development, Pedagogy
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Recommended Citation: Sharp, J. H., Mitchell, A., & Lang, G. (2020). Agile Teaching and Learning in Information Systems Education: An Analysis and Categorization of Literature. Journal of Information Systems Education, 31(4), 269-281.