ERIC Number: ED473381
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2000
Proceedings of the International Academy for Information Management Annual Conference (15th, Brisbane, Australia, December 6-10, 2000).
International Academy for Information Management.
This document presents proceedings from the International Academy for Information Management (IAIM) annual conference, held December 6-10, 2000 in Brisbane, Australia. Papers include: "Metacognitive Miscalibration and Underachievement in a Computer Literacy Course: Some Preliminary Observations" (Deborah K. Smith, William Wittman, C. Bryan Foltz.); "Knowledge Discovery in Database Techniques Applied to Students Recruitment Systems in Universities" (Ahmed El-Ragal, Terry Mangles); "Using Heuristic Self-study to Research Information Systems Education" (Mark Campbell Williams); "Problem-based Learning Assessment for Information Systems Courses" (Willie Yip, Ahmad Ghafarian); "The Role of Personal Experience and Social Interaction in Knowledge Creation and Utilisation" (Meliha Handzic, Denise Tolhurst); "The Learning Effectiveness of Instructional Technologies: Results from Pilot Studies" (Katia Passerini, Mary J. Granger); "A Survey of Electronic Business and Electronic Commerce Degree Programs" (Margaret T. O'Hara); "Experiential Learning in the Introductory MIS Class: Interviews with IT Professionals" (Margaret T. O'Hara, Charlotte Stephens); "Evaluating Procedural Knowledge in Information Systems Students" (Creggan Gjestland, J. Ellis Blanton, Cindy LeRouge, Jim Nohelty); "Wisdom and the IS Curriculum: Is Ethics Necessary?" (Peter Anderson, Louis Sanzogni); "Information Technology Partnerships Between Industry and Academia" (Doris Duncan); "Contextual Differences Between Education and Training in MIS Curriculum Development" (Susan K. Lippert, Mary J. Granger, Tom Case); "Fact or Fiction: Entry-level College Students Are Ready for an Advanced Computer Applications Course" (Sharlett Gillard); "Asynchronous Learning Tools in the Traditional Classroom--A Preliminary Study on Their Effect" (James E. Novitzki); "University Internet Services: Problems and Opportunities" (Dien D. Phan, Jim Q. Chen); "Teaching Systems Analysis and Design to a Mixed Class of CS and BIS Majors" (Olga Petkova); "Comparing the Importance of IT Job Skills in Australia and the United States" (Craig Van Slyke, Liisa von Hellens, Kevin Elder, Marcy Kittner); "An Exploratory Study of the Factors Contributing to MIS Student Organization Effectiveness" (James R. Buffington, Joseph T. Harder, Jeffrey S. Harper); "'Seamless' or 'Info-mediated' Electronic Marketplaces: A Research Note"(Nada Korac-Kakabadse, Alexander Kouzmin, Andrew Korac-Kakabadse); "Team Process Constraints: Testing the Perceived Impact on Product Quality and the Effectiveness of Team Interactions" (Charlotte S. Stephens, Martha E. Myers); "Teaching Information Systems Development (ISD) Using 'Virtual Team' Projects" (Suprateek Sarker, Francis Lau, Sundeep Sahay); "Integrating Project Management into IS Curricula"(David Watson, Heidi Winklhofer, Louis Sanzogni); "Program Assessment in an Undergraduate Information Systems Program: Prospects for Curricular and Programmatic Enhancement" (James B. Pick, Jeff Kim); "Improving Teaching Effectiveness Understanding and Leveraging Prior Knowledge for Student Learning" (Annette Jones, Nelly Todorova, John Vargo); "The Radical Model--A Painless Way to Teach On-line" (C. Romm, W. Taylor); "A Review and Assessment of Teaching COBOL in an IS Program" (Diane Fischer); "Experiences on Using a Business Game as Part of an Information Systems Course" (Timo Lainema); "Online Courses and Collaborative Learning: Underlying Philosophies and Practices" (Tim S. Roberts, Celia T. Romm, David Jones); "Teaching for Learning in IS Education: Assessing the Effectiveness of Small Group Problem-solving/ Discussion Events in Large Class Teaching" (Annette Jones); "Towards a Research Model for Distance Education--Contributions from the Telecommuting Literature" (Geoffrey N. Dick); "Issues in University Administration Systems: A Regional Australian Case" (Dave Oliver, Celia Romm); "Strengths and Weaknesses of an Information Systems Program: A Longitudinal Assessment of Student Perceptions" (Susan Rebstock Williams, Barbara A. Price); "Towards a Knowledge Management Model for the Information Management Curricula" (Dennis Dunn, Ray Hackney); "Teaching Information Systems and International Students: A Qualitative Examination of the Cultural Differences in Computer Supported Group Work" (Nasrin Rahmati); "Rapid Curriculum Development: Fast-track Creation of a School of Information Technology" (O. Maxie Burns, Thomas L. Case, Cindy H. Randall, Susan R. Williams); "The Use of Social Translucence in a Distance Education Support Environment" (Nicolau Reinhard, Wilson Yonezawa, Eduardo Martins Morgado); "Training Students in Distributed Collaboration: Experiences from Two Pilot Projects" (Bjorn Erik Munkvold, Lars Line); "Teaching IS Soft Skills to a Diverse Student Population: Case Studies Using JAD and Cooperative Learning Techniques" (Theda Thomas, Carina de Villiers), and others. (MES)
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Uses in Education, Conference Proceedings, Cooperative Programs, Distance Education, Educational Technology, Information Management, Information Science, Information Systems, Information Technology, Instructional Design, Nontraditional Education
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: International Academy for Information Management.
Grant or Contract Numbers: N/A
Note: For selected individual papers, see IR 058 612-629.