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This paper is the first of a series of studies of a research program aimed at achieving a better fit between university study and professional practise of information systems. The paper reports the results of two surveys: the first of university information systems (IS) students and a second of employers of information systems graduates. Students were asked(More)
This paper reports findings from the initial stage of a funded collaborative research program aimed at identification of E-Commerce cultural change and technology uptake experience in Australia and comparison of Australian and United States experience. In collaboration with Georgia State University and employing the study script and methodology used in(More)
This paper presents a two level factor model describing gender differences in perceptions of the relative contribution and importance of education and skills required of new information systems (IS) professionals. Model development took account of technical skills found in most IS programs, other business oriented academic studies, and soft skills sought by(More)
Agent software is an emerging technology that has its roots firmly in AI research. With the recent proliferation of 'agent' applications in areas such as e-commerce and Internet marketing, much of the application of agents can now said to be in the domain of Information Systems. One of the possible applications of agent technology is that of web-based(More)
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