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.

Current Issue - Volume 13, No. 4 - July, 2015

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Volume 13 - Number 4, July, 2015 (download full issue)

4 An IT Strategy Course: Why and How
David M. Woods, Miami University Regionals
Elizabeth V. Howard, Miami University Regionals

12 Live, Model, Learn: Experiencing Information Systems Requirements through Simulation
Kathleen S. Hartzel, Duquesne University
Jacqueline C. Pike, Duquesne University

24 Steganography and Cryptography Inspired Enhancement of Introductory Programming Courses
Yana Kortsarts, Widener University
Yulia Kempner, Holon Institute of Technology, Israel

33 The Flipped Classroom in Systems Analysis & Design: Leveraging Technology to Increase Student Engagement
Bruce M. Saulnier, Quinnipiac University

41 A Basic Set of Criteria for Evaluation of Teaching Case Studies: Students’ Perspective
Douglas Havelka, Miami University
Catherine S. Neal, Northern Kentucky University

51 Engaging Engineering and Information Systems Students in Advocacy for Individuals with Disabilities through a Disability Film Media Project
James Lawler, Pace University
Val Iturralde, Pace University
Allan Goldstein, Pace University
Anthony Joseph, Pace University

64 The Effectiveness of Data Science as a means to achieve Proficiency in Scientific Literacy
Wendy Ceccucci, Quinnipiac University
Dawn Tamarkin, Springfield Technical Community College
Kiku Jones, Quinnipiac University

71 Experiential Learning using QlikView Business Intelligence Software
RJ Podeschi, Millikin University

81 Addressing the 21st Century Paradox: Integrating Entrepreneurship in the Computer Information Systems Curriculum
Guido Lang, Quinnipiac University
Jeffry Babb, West Texas A&M University

(Information Systems Education Journal) is sponsored by the:

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Information Technology Professionals

ISSN: 1545-679X