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Track 11: IS Curriculum and Education

  • Track Chairs
    Shan-Ling Pan
    National University of Singapore
    pansl@comp.nus.edu.sg
    Chelley Vician
    University of St. Thomas
    cvician@stthomas.edu
  • Track Description

    Educators fulfill a special role in the world by opening up minds to new possibilities and innovations in organizations made possible by information systems and technologies. The outcomes of effective education help to shape new business endeavors and society as a whole. Within the information systems discipline, every party in the educational process is in a constant role of "learner" as the technologies, their applications, and their implications are rapidly changing. Thus, information systems educators worldwide must be sensitive to facilitating ongoing dialogue among diverse parties (e.g., students, practitioners, researchers, instructors, and the general public) and about the mutual dependence of organizations and technology. Given the pace of change in the technology aspect of our discipline, there is a special need for high quality case scenarios or best practices for keeping our teaching content updated and engaging for our students. The IS Curriculum, Education, and Teaching Cases track provides an opportunity to exchange ideas about curriculum, innovations, and the use of technology to leverage learning, with a special emphasis on collaborating with worldwide educators and educational opportunities.

    Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

    • Teaching cases (with teaching notes)
    • Curricular innovations and issues
    • Innovative pedagogy and/or materials
    • Model curricula
    • Educator resource repositories and collaborative work on teaching expertise
    • Doctoral education, including pedagogical issues
    • Professional and Executive Education
    • Integration of technology and education
    • Ethical and social issues related to IS education
    • Enrollment and demographic challenges
    • International or global concerns
    • Interdisciplinary or cross-disciplinary approaches to information systems education experiences

  • Associate Editors

    • Rosann Collins, University of South Florida, USA
    • Mary Granger, George Washington University, USA
    • Jan Seruga, Australian Catholic University, Australia
    • Ravi Seethamraju, University of Sydney, Australia
    • Mark Serva, University of Delaware, USA
    • Carina DeVilliers, University of Pretoria, South Africa
    • Andrew Urbaczewski, University of Michigan-Dearborn, USA
    • Tzu-Chuan Chou, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
    • Ji-Ye Mao, Renmin University, China
    • Ravi Mayasandra, University of Louborough, UK
    • Gary Pan, Singapore Management University, Singapore
    • Barney TAN, University of Sydney, Australia
    • Say Yen Teoh, RMIT, Australia
    • Adrian Yong Kwang Yeow, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

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