Information Systems Education Journal

ISEDJ is published six times a year and features peer reviewed manuscripts in the area of applied information systems research.The mission of ISEDJ is to publish quality papers in the field of Information Systems education. Manuscripts of interest include (but are not limited to) information systems model curriculum, outcomes assessment, distance education challenges, information system research toward educators, capstone and service learning projects and security and assurance.

Volume 14, No. 3 - May, 2016

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4 An Observational Study of Peer Learning for High School Students at a Cybersecurity Camp
Jason M Pittman, California State Polytechnic University
Ronald E. Pike, California State Polytechnic University

14 Facebook’s Effect on Learning in Higher Education: An Empirical Investigation
Doris G. Duncan, California State University, East Bay
Casimir C. Barczyk, Purdue University Calumet

29 How secure is education in Information Technology? A method for evaluating security education in IT
Mark Grover, IBM
Bryan Reinicke, Rochester Institute of Technology
Jeff Cumming, University of North Carolina Wilmington

45 Protecting Privacy in Big Data: A Layered Approach for Curriculum Integration
Dana Schwieger, Southeast Missouri State University
Christine Ladwig, Southeast Missouri State University

55 Developing Project Based Learning, Integrated Courses from Two Different Colleges at an Institution of Higher Education: An Overview of the Processes, Challenges, and Lessons Learned
Marilyn Rice, Sam Houston State University
Li-Jen Shannon, Sam Houston State University

63 A Big Data Analytics Methodology Program in the Health Sector
James Lawler, Pace University
Anthony Joseph, Pace University
H. Howell-Barber, Pace University

76 Engaging Students as Co-Lecturers in Information Systems and Technology Courses
Jack G. Zheng, Kennesaw State University
Zhigang Li, Kennesaw State University

85 Evaluating Students’ Perception of Group Work for Mobile Application Development Learning, Productivity, Enjoyment and Confidence in Quality
Loreen M. Powell, Bloomsburg University
Hayden Wimmer, Georgia Southern University

(Information Systems Education Journal) is sponsored by the:

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ISSN: 1545-679X