Information Technology Education in the New Millennium

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Dadashzadeh, Mohammad, Saber, Al, Saber, Sherry
Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2001. gada 1. jūl. - 308 lappuses

The information technologies explosion in our global society is creating tremendous challenges and opportunities for educators as they help shape the next generation of information pioneers. Eager to help fill the IT labor shortage, a growing number of programs have targeted re-training workers from other fields. Paving the way has been the mainstream acceptance of IT certification as a viable method for measuring an employee's skill set. As more and more organizations accept IT training as a strategic investment and not a cost center, the adoption of e-learning will accelerate. Information Technology Education in the New Millennium addresses crucial issues dealing with the most recent innovations and issues found within the field.

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Shaking the Foundations of the Establishment?
Chapter 2 An Advanced Course In Application Programming and Design
Chapter 3 Establishing a Telecommunications and Networking Technology BS Degree
Chapter 4 An Action Learning Approach for the Development of Technology Skills
Chapter 5 RealWorld Learning of Information Resource Management
Determining the Right Curriculum
Chapter 7 Measurement of a College Computer Literacy Course
Chapter 8 The Place of Homework in an Information Systems Tutorials
From Origin to Accreditation
Developing a Strategic IT Perspective
Chapter 17 Collaborative PhD Examination
A Comparative Look
Chapter 19 ECommerce Curriculum Development and Implementation
Chapter 20 The Challenge of Teaching Research Skills to Information Systems and Technology Students
Chapter 21 Towards Establishing the Best Ways to Teach and Learn about IT
An Action Research Study of a WebEnabled Course Partnership

Chapter 9 Human Learning Models and Data Collection Over the Long Haul
Chapter 10 Are Information Systems Students in Their Right Minds?
Collegiate and Corporate Solutions
Chapter 12 A Methodology for Validating Entry Level Value versus Career Value of Courses in an MIS Program
Chapter 13 A Personalized System of Instruction for Teaching Java
Chapter 14 Places and Processes in Learning Environments
A Vehicle for Teaching Creative Problem Solving and Critical Appraisal Skills
Chapter 24 Information Systems Curriculum Development as an Ecological Process
Whos Driving the Bandwagon?
About the Editors

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Mohammad Dadashzadeh is currently a professor at Wichita State University, USA, where he now serves as the W. Frank Barton Endowed Chair in Management Information Systems. He has authored four books and more than 40 articles on information systems and has served as the editor-in-chief of Journal of Database Management.

Al Saber is a professor of Management Information Systems and Computer Information Systems at Friends University, USA. In addition, Dr.Saber is serving as the Vice President for Information Technology and Dean of the College of Business and Information Technology.

Sherry Saber is serving as assistant professor of Computer Information Systems at Friends University, USA. Her areas of research include management information systems and information technology in the classroom. [Editor]

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