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16-8-2018 12:00 AM

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Our work is motivated by the need to scale an introductory information systems course to prepare about 1,000 business college freshmen per year. The point of departure for our work is the centrality of human interactions in learning environments. Thus, we leverage IT to design a required in-class introductory college course that can scale to large numbers of students, under resource constraint. We adopt a design science research approach, grounding the work in intervention theory, and we report the results of the evaluation from the first instantiation of the artifact in a semester course.

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Aug 16th, 12:00 AM

Go Back to Your Room: Designing a Scalable In-Class Required College Course.

Our work is motivated by the need to scale an introductory information systems course to prepare about 1,000 business college freshmen per year. The point of departure for our work is the centrality of human interactions in learning environments. Thus, we leverage IT to design a required in-class introductory college course that can scale to large numbers of students, under resource constraint. We adopt a design science research approach, grounding the work in intervention theory, and we report the results of the evaluation from the first instantiation of the artifact in a semester course.