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Deepak Dawar – Information Systems Education Journal, 2024
Learning computer programming is typically difficult for newcomers. Demotivation and learned helplessness have received much attention. Besides the subject's intricacy, low in-class participation has been associated with poor student achievement. This paper presents a follow-up, stage 2 study on the novel instructional technique, Student-Driven…
Descriptors: College Students, Computer Science Education, Required Courses, Elective Courses
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Christine Ladwig; Dana Schwieger – Information Systems Education Journal, 2024
Hollywood screenwriters worry about Artificial Intelligence (AI) replacements taking over their jobs. Famous museums litigate to protect their art from AI infringement. A major retailer scraps a machine-learning based recruitment program that was biased against women. These are just a few examples of how AI is affecting the world of work,…
Descriptors: Computer Science Education, Curriculum Development, Information Systems, Information Science Education
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Mark Frydenberg; William VanderClock – Information Systems Education Journal, 2024
This paper reflects on the process of designing and implementing an update to the "Introduction to Information Technology" course at Bentley University, a business university in New England. Driven by a university-wide curriculum reform initiative and following best practices from digital literacy frameworks and IS model curricula, the…
Descriptors: Computer Science Education, Educational Change, Curriculum Development, Pilot Projects
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Jim Marquardson – Information Systems Education Journal, 2024
Generative artificial intelligence (AI) tools were met with a mix of enthusiasm, skepticism, and fear. AI adoption soared as people discovered compelling use cases--developers wrote code, realtors generated narratives for their websites, students wrote essays, and much more. Calls for caution attempted to temper AI enthusiasm. Experts highlighted…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Capstone Experiences, Computer Security, Information Security
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Pak-Lok Poon; Santoso Wibowo; Srimannarayana Grandhi; Sau-Fun Tang – Information Systems Education Journal, 2024
For more than a decade, the Financial Technology (FinTech) industry has been growing, and it has reshaped how payments were made and brought new financial service products to the market. FinTech has created innovative disruptions to traditional, long-established financial institutions (e.g., banks and investment firms) in financial services…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Web Sites, Institutional Characteristics, Universities
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Yaprak Dalat Ward; James G. Ward; Li-Jen Lester – Information Systems Education Journal, 2024
This study investigated the digital existence of the food bank users in a university town in Texas, and subsequently, aligned with the research's pragmatic focus, the researchers designed a training model for these food bank users. Two research questions guided the study: What are the digital existence levels of the food bank users, and what…
Descriptors: Food, Hunger, Universities, Digital Literacy
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Bozan, Karoly; Stoner, Claire; Maden, Burcu – Information Systems Education Journal, 2023
User Experience Design (UXD) is an often-neglected area of the information systems (IS) curriculum. UXD classes specifically designed for IS students are still uncommon in IS programs and this study aims to add to the body of knowledge to prepare a more well-rounded future generation of IS professionals. With this goal in mind, this study…
Descriptors: Information Systems, Interdisciplinary Approach, Constructivism (Learning), Teaching Methods
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Liu, Xiaoming; Schwieger, Dana – Information Systems Education Journal, 2023
Rapid advancements and emergent technologies add an additional layer of complexity to preparing computer science and information technology higher education students for entering the post pandemic job market. Knowing and predicting employers' technical skill needs is essential for shaping curriculum development to address the emergent skill gap.…
Descriptors: Network Analysis, Employment Opportunities, Information Technology, Computer Science Education
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Menon, Pratibha – Information Systems Education Journal, 2023
Instruction in an introductory programming course is typically designed to introduce new concepts and to review and integrate the more recent concepts with what was previously learned in the course. Therefore, most exam questions in an introductory programming course require students to write lines of code that contain syntactic elements…
Descriptors: Introductory Courses, Programming Languages, Computer Science Education, Correlation
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Woods, David M. – Information Systems Education Journal, 2023
Schools have implemented the high-impact practice of first-year experience (FYE) courses to assist students with the transition to college. These courses help connect new students to the school with the goal of improving retention. While students in computing majors face the same challenges as other new college students, they also face some…
Descriptors: Introductory Courses, Information Science Education, Information Technology, Career Choice
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Lang, Guido; Sharp, Jason H. – Information Systems Education Journal, 2023
Micro-credentials have received renewed attention by universities as a potential pathway to highdemand careers. The goals of this study were to understand the prevalence of micro-credentials offered by universities, the characteristics of universities offering micro-credentials generally and information systems (IS) micro-credentials specifically,…
Descriptors: Microcredentials, Higher Education, Educational Technology, Institutional Characteristics
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Bajracharya, Biju; Khan, Mohammad Shoeb – Information Systems Education Journal, 2023
The Autonomous Vehicles (AV) are a self-driving vehicle capable of sensing its environment and operating with minimal or no human intervention converting into a fully or partially automated vehicle. These automated vehicles have great potential to revolutionize the automotive industry and our daily lives. Thus, they are receiving a lot of…
Descriptors: Motor Vehicles, Interdisciplinary Approach, Computer Science Education, Artificial Intelligence
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Frydenberg, Mark – Information Systems Education Journal, 2023
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a network of objects that can exchange data with other devices also connected to the Internet. One of the most common consumer examples of IoT is home automation, as a variety of smart devices, including doorbells, lightbulbs, thermostats, and refrigerators are now available which users can control remotely using…
Descriptors: Internet, Computer Software, Automation, Information Technology
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Money, William H.; Mew, Lionel Q. – Information Systems Education Journal, 2023
This paper proposes a Project-based team instruction methodology with open-ended projects to teach students critical analysis, design and implementation steps of developing Robotic Process Automation (RPA) for information systems. The use of project-based learning is appropriate for teaching RPA analysis and design with lean Six Sigma tools…
Descriptors: Student Projects, Active Learning, Teaching Methods, Robotics
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Schwieger, Dana – Information Systems Education Journal, 2023
Many small organizations sponsor events and activities that could benefit from the data management and reporting capabilities provided through a centralized database. However, many of those organizations do not have the budget to afford a commercial solution or an on-going subscription to a cloud-based solution for a small scope event with limited…
Descriptors: Databases, Computer Software, Information Systems, Volunteers
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