ISEDJ

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 5, September, 2015 (download full issue)

4 Using a Balance Scorecard Approach to Evaluate the Value of Service Learning Projects in Online Courses
Dana Schwieger, Southeast Missouri State University

12 Introducing Big Data Concepts in an Introductory Technology Course
Mark Frydenberg, Bentley University

24 Teaching Non-Beginner Programmers with App Inventor: Survey Results and Implications
Andrey Soares, Southern Illinois University
Nancy L. Martin, Southern Illinois University

37 Establishing the Basis for a CIS (Computer Information Systems) Undergraduate Program: On Seeking the Body of Knowledge
Herbert E. Longenecker, Jr. University of South Alabama
Jeffry Babb, West Texas A&M University
Leslie J. Waguespack, Bentley University
Thomas N. Janicki, University of North Carolina Wilmington
David Feinstein, University of South Alabama

62 Enhancing the Classroom Experience: Instructor Use of Tablets
Jeff Cummings, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Stephen Hill, University of North Carolina Wilmington

71 Why Phishing Works: Project for an Information Security Capstone Course
Lissa Pollacia, Georgia Gwinnett College
Yan Zong Ding, Georgia Gwinnett College
Seung Yang, Georgia Gwinnett College

83 Teaching Business Intelligence through Case Studies
James J. Pomykalski, Susquehanna University

92 How Students Use Technology to Cheat and What Faculty Can Do About It
Lisa Z. Bain, Rhode Island College

100 Internet Addiction Risk in the Academic Environment
William F. Ellis, University of Maine at Augusta
Brenda McAleer, University of Maine at Augusta
Joseph S. Szakas, University of Maine at Augusta

106 Evaluating the Effectiveness of Self-Created Student Screencasts as a Tool to Increase Student Learning Outcomes in a Hands-On Computer Programming Course
Loreen M. Powell, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
Hayden Wimmer, Georgia Southern University

ISEDJ
(Information Systems Education Journal) is sponsored by the:

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Education Special Interest Group


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of the Association of
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ISSN: 1545-679X