Why should faculty members develop online courses if the effort may be detrimental to their promotion or tenure?
Does the AACSB common body of knowledge requirement for information systems (including applications) suggest that this discipline be included in course work in each business school discipline? Certainly information systems permeate all functional areas of business. Therefore, should information systems theory and practice be incorporated into the course… (More)
The IS 2010 Model Curriculum introduced a new course into the core curriculum: Enterprise Architecture (EA). The primary goal of this course is to provide undergraduate students with a top-down view of " computing architecture " replacing a more traditional bottom-up view of architecture. Interestingly, few universities teach an EA course and no textbook on… (More)
The phrase "online course materials" means different things to different people. A common characterization is that online course materials are delivered and consumed via a Web-based interface. Online education requires certain resources to be in place. Technological resources are easy to identify: computers with browser software, Internet access, servers,… (More)
The efficacy of web-based course materials is a growing concern because an increasing proportion of course materials are being delivered via web resources. Some of the materials are being developed by faculty and some by other entities such as textbook publishers. The effectiveness of web-based course materials is important because of its increasing use. "… (More)