Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE)

Volume 7

Volume 7 Number 1, Pages 34-36

Spring 1995

Integrating Expert Systems Throughout the Undergraduate Curriculum

Jay Liebowitz
James Madison University
Harrisonburg, VA 22907, USA

Abstract: Over the years, there has been an increasing movement toward systemic reform in education. An important element of the educational process that seems to have been overlooked is the need to integrate subjects within some context or major issue. One of the essential components of this integration process is the recognition that expert/knowledge based systems technology can play a fundamental role as a strategic supporting science to help with the integration approach. This paper describes one novel attempt to integrate expert/knowledge based systems throughout the four years of the undergraduate curriculum in the new College of Integrated Science and Technology at James Madison University.

Keywords: Expert systems, Artificial intelligence, Information systems curriculum, Knowledge based systems, Integrative educational process

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Recommended Citation: Liebowitz, J. (1995). Integrating Expert Systems Throughout the Undergraduate Curriculum. Journal of Information Systems Education, 7(1), 34-36.