College students today make up a population that is highly diverse, with values that are often different from the professors. As educators, we are all faced with the question of "How can we effectively teach these students?" This panel proposes to explore several innovative approaches and techniques that have been successfully integrated into the panelists' courses. These techniques include introducing technology, critical thinking, collaborative learning, and experiential learning. Our goal is to provide concrete suggestions that the audience can take with them and integrate across the IS curriculum. Each panelist willpresent an overview of the particular technique they are using, and summarize how others could integrate similar processes into their classes. The panelists represent the range of research, teaching, and research/teaching institutions. Additionally the techniques have been integrated into both graduate and undergraduate courses. The panelists' proposals are summarized below
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