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Tastle, William J. – Information Systems Education Journal, 2010
The tenure and/or promotion of faculty are frequently dependent on the analytical outcome of student end-of-semester evaluation instruments. Faculty usually use the data to make adjustments in their classes, but deans and chairs use the data to determine which faculty are performing "below" average. The statistical measure used is…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Tenure, Teacher Competencies, Evaluation Methods
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White, Bruce A.; Tastle, William J.; Semeniuta, Andrei – Information Systems Education Journal, 2010
Outsourcing has been a major discussion topic for several years. It is common to pick up any IT trade publication and not see some article about managing global IT or IT outsourcing or IT offshoring or even the news briefs about a US company setting up some information technology operation in India or China or another locale. Outsourcing is tied…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Teamwork, Teaching Methods, Information Technology
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Russell, Jack; Russell, Barbara; Pollacia, Lissa F.; Tastle, William J. – Information Systems Education Journal, 2010
This paper researches the computer languages taught in the first, second and third programming courses in Computer Information Systems (CIS), Management Information Systems (MIS or IS) curricula as well as in Computer Science (CS) and Information Technology (IT) curricula. Instructors teaching the first course in programming within a four year…
Descriptors: Programming Languages, Information Systems, Computer Science Education, Management Information Systems
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Tastle, William J.; White, Bruce A.; Shackleton, Peter – International Journal on E-Learning, 2005
This study surveys 103 academics from the USA and Australia to determine the motivations for designing and creating e-courses. Using readily available lists of information systems academics, the overwhelming majority of respondents have created only one or two e-courses, took up the challenge out of personal desire or a personal need to add value…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes, Online Courses