Corpus ID: 169906593

Enterprise Systems Education: Where are We? Where are We Going?

  title={Enterprise Systems Education: Where are We? Where are We Going?},
  author={Y. L. Antonucci and G. Corbitt and G. Stewart and Albert L. Harris},
  journal={J. Inf. Syst. Educ.},

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