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Employers hiring entry-level information systems personnel have expectations about the entry level expertise in a number of skill/knowledge areas including interpersonal and management , technical, and general business specialties, in addition to established organizational hiring guidelines. Furthermore, based on recent experience, these same employers have(More)
Differences in computer science and business information systems academic programs would seem to justify assumptions about psychological differences in students enrolled in them. In the interest of testing these assumptions, samples from the two populations were asked to complete a questionnaire designed to test for attitudes and motivations about(More)
With the growing popularity of the virtual classroom and student access to computers in the classroom, electronic testing is becoming more common. This paper describes a custom-developed Web-based quiz generation tool that uses Active Server Pages to create multiple-choice exams. The quiz generation tool is proposed as an alternative to assessment products(More)
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