Information Systems Education Journal

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Volume 15, No. 2 - March, 2017 - Special Issue: Teaching Cases

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4 SAPCO: From Good to Great
Saleh Alsaif, Middle Tennessee State University
Brandon Edinger, Middle Tennessee State University
Teja Kodathala, Middle Tennessee State University
Melinda Korzaan, Middle Tennessee State University

13 Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks: Disaster Recovery in a Small Business Context
Zach Rossmiller, The University of Montana
Cameron Lawrence, The University of Montana
Shawn Clouse, The University of Montana
Clayton Looney, The University of Montana

20 Ding Dong, You've Got Mail! A Lab Activity for Teaching the Internet of Things
Mark Frydenberg, Bentley University

32 Taking the High Road: Privacy in the Age of Drones
Lucas Hamilton, The University of Montana
Michael Harrington, The University of Montana
Cameron Lawrence, The University of Montana
Remy Perrot, The University of Montana
Severin Studer, The University of Montana

40 Tourism through Travel Club: A Database Project
Renee M. E. Pratt, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Cindi T. Smatt, University of North Georgia
Donald E. Wynn, University of Dayton

48 The Piranha Solution: Monitoring and Protection of Proprietary System Intangible Assets
Christine Ladwig, Southeast Missouri State University
Dana Schwieger, Southeast Missouri State University
Donald Clayton, Southeast Missouri State University

52 American Guild of Musical Artists: A Case for System Development, Data Modeling, and Analytics
Ranida Harris, Indiana University Southeast
Thomas Wedel, California State University, Northridge

60 Accentra Pharmaceuticals: Thrashing Through ERP Systems
Nathan Bradds, Miami University
Emily Hills, Miami University
Kelly Masters, Miami University
Kevin Weiss, Miami University
Douglas Havelka, Miami University


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The Information Systems Education Journal (ISEDJ) is a peer reviewed journal published six times per year that focuses on IS education including (but not limited to) model curriculum, outcomes assessment, distance education challenges, capstone and service learning projects, security, and information system research toward educators. Accepted papers are peer reviewed to determine quality and level of contribution. This submission process is integrated with the EDSIG Conference on Information Systems & Computing Education (EDSIGCON)


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