Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE)

Volume 33 - Table of Contents

Volume 33, Issue 1, Winter 2022
Special Issue on Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion in IS Education

1-6 Special Issue Editorial: Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion in IS Education
Michael Lang, National University of Ireland Galway
Mark Freeman, University of Wollongong
Gaye Kiely, University College Cork
Amy B. Woszczynski, Kennesaw State University

7-14 Teaching Tip: Promoting Inclusive Online Learning for Students with Disabilities in Information Systems Courses
Wu He, Old Dominion University
Shenghua Zha, University of South Alabama
Silvana Watson, Old Dominion University
Yuming He, Old Dominion University

15-22 Teaching Tip: Vignettes to Support Diversity Training in Information Systems
Carole Shook, University of Arkansas

23-31 Engaging Government-Industry-University Partnerships to Further Gender Equity in STEM Workforce Education Through Technology and Information System Learning Tools
Kirk Knestis, Inciter
Joselina Cheng, University of Central Oklahoma
Claire M. Fontaine, Inciter
Rebekah Feng, Becks Intelligence Group

32-40 Understanding Interest in Studying IT – “Desire for Change” Among Adult Women
Fanny Vainionpää, University of Oulu
Tonja Molin-Juustila, University of Oulu
Leena Arhippainen, University of Oulu

41-50 A Shifting Research Agenda: Historically Black Colleges and Universities Must Prepare Students for Careers in Computing, Informatics, and Engineering
Curtis C. Cain, Howard University

51-60 Integration Through Education: Using ICT in Education to Promote the Social Inclusion of Refugees in Germany
Safa’a AbuJarour, An-Najah National University

61-74 Learning Without Limits: Identifying the Barriers and Enablers to Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion in IS Education
Dinali Wijeratne, National University of Ireland Galway
Denis Dennehy, National University of Ireland Galway
Shivaun Quinlivan, National University of Ireland Galway
Lucy-Ann Buckley, National University of Ireland Galway
Cameron Keighron, National University of Ireland Galway
Sharon Flynn, National University of Ireland Galway

75-86 Barriers to e-Learning During Crisis: A Capital Theory Perspective on Academic Adversity
Xuefei “Nancy” Deng, California State University, Dominguez Hills
Rui Sun, California State University, Dominguez Hills

87-97 Can e-Learning Enable the Transition to University for Computing and Electronic Engineering Students from Low Socio-Economic Status? A Socio-Cultural Approach
Antonios Kaniadakis, Brunel University London
Eranjan Udayanga Padumadasa, Queen Mary University of London

98-108 Supporting Inclusive Learning Using Chatbots? A Chatbot-Led Interview Study
Sambhav Gupta, San Jose State University
Yu Chen, San Jose State University

Volume 33, Issue 2, Spring 2022

109-112 Invited Paper: Getting Published in JISE: A Practical Guide from the Editors
Lee A. Freeman, University of Michigan-Dearborn
Xihui "Paul" Zhang, University of North Alabama

113-126 Teaching Tip: Socio-Cultural Learning to Increase Student Engagement in Introduction to MIS
Amy J. Connolly, James Madison University
Leigh A. Mutchler, James Madison University
Daniel E. Rush, Boise State University

127-134 Teaching Tip: Improving Student Performance by Introducing a No-Code Approach: A Course Unit of Decision Support Systems
Hai Wang, Saint Mary’s University
Shouhong Wang, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

135-140 Teaching Case: The Initial Coin Offering Marketplace: A Data Analytic Case
Wencui Han, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Eric C. Larson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

141-148 Teaching Case: Design and Development of a Special Population Resource Connection Database
Dana Schwieger, Southeast Missouri State University

149-158 Apply Small Teaching Tactics in an Introductory Programming Course: Impact on Learning Performance
Yabing Jiang, Florida Gulf Coast University

159-168 Engaged Brains: A Course on Neuro-Information Systems
Adriane B. Randolph, Kennesaw State University
A.J. Raven, Drexel University

169-181 Analytics in the Business School: Insights from the Literature
Kathleen S. Hartzel, Duquesne University
Pinar Ozturk, Duquesne University

182-194 Contents and Skills of Data Mining Courses in Analytics Programs
Zinovy Radovilsky, California State University, East Bay
Vishwanath Hegde, California State University, East Bay