Information systems (IS) educators face a number of challenges in the current environment, including dealing with declining enrolments, preparing students for the changes in the profession and updating curriculum to integrate new ideas and technologies. These challenges make sharing IS education-related knowledge and practices especially critical. Therefore, it is important that leading conferences, such as AMCIS, include a strong IS education track. As the official AIS special interest group on education, SIGED is uniquely positioned to organize an IS education track. This track provides an opportunity for IS educators and researchers to exchange ideas, techniques, and applications through a combination of workshops, panels, and paper presentations. In constantly changing times full of technological disruption, much of our focus is on innovation, disruptive technologies, and quality advances in IS and MIS instruction and curriculum. Different submission topics are welcome, ranging from papers aimed at improving the teaching of specific courses to “big picture” papers intended to address broad topics. Submissions using information systems technology to advance education in other disciplines are also welcome.
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A Case of Entrepreneurial Class Projects

Andres Diaz Lopez, ASU

A Review of the Literature on Teaching and Learning Environments

Robert Häusler, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg
Chris Bernhardt, Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg
Sascha Bosse, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg
Klaus Turowski, Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg

An Institutional Analysis of Cloud Computing Implementation in the Educational Sector: Evidence from a Developing Economy

Alfred Sekyere Mbrokoh, University of Ghana Business School
Richard Boateng, Department of Operations and MIS, University of Ghana Business School
Dr. Francis Banuro, University of Ghana Business School

An Integration of Expectation-Confirmation and Commitment Model for Mobile Learning Systems

Eric W. T. Ngai, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
W. Chan, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Jandia Poon, Hong Kong Community College

An Ontology-Based Framework as a Foundation of an Information System for Generating Multiple-Choice Questions

Pornpat Sirithumgul, Rajamangala University of Technology Phra Nakhon
Pimpaka Prasertsilp, Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University
Watanyoo Suksa-ngiam, Claremont Graduate University
Lorne Olfman, Claremont Graduate University

Are IS Candidates Pivoting to Meet New University Teaching Needs?

Andrea Everard, University of Delaware
Scott McCoy, William and Mary
Brian Jones, Tennessee Technological University

Automated Deployment of Cybersecurity Labs in Cloud Computing Environments

Christopher Simpson, Dakota State University
Omar El-Gayar, Dakota State University
Dave Bishop, Dakota State University

Built to Last? Applying a Program Sustainability Model to IS Degree Programs

Thomas Case, Georgia Southern University
Manouchehr Tabatabaei, Georgia Southern University

Can We Trust Teaching Evaluations When Response Rates are not High? Implications from a Monte Carlo Simulation

Jun He, University of Michigan-Dearborn
Lee Freeman, University of Michigan-Dearborn

Countering Selectivity and Enhancing Integrative Complexity through Visualizing Knowledge Bottlenecks

Elahe Javadi, Illinois State University
Judith Gebauer, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Jianwei Lai, Illinois State University

Development Approaches and Challenges of Content Design in Enterprises for Digital Learning Environments

Julian Busse, University of Goettingen
Aline Lange, University of Goettingen
Sebastian Hobert, University of Goettingen
Matthias Schumann, University of Goettingen

Digital Collaboration in Higher Education: Hype or Guarantee for Better Learning?

Franz Strich, Chair of Management, People and Information
Anne-Sophie Mayer, Chair of Management, Personal and Information
Marina Fiedler, Chair of Management, Personal and Information

Does IT Promote Collaborative Processes and Improve Learning? An Activity Theory Approach

Abhijit Chaudhury, Bryant University
Kevin Mentzer, Bryant University
Debasish Mallick, University of Saint Thomas

Educational Chatbot with Learning Avatar for Personalization

Gergana Vladova, University of Potsdam
Jennifer Haase, University of Potsdam
Leo Sylvio Rüdian, Humboldt University
Niels Pinkwart, HU Berlin

Educational Technology Tools: Longitudinal Views of Students

Shadi Esnaashari, University of auckland
lesley Gardner, University of Auckland
Michael Rehm, University of Auckland

Experience with Using Anchored Asynchronous Online Discussions in Business Analytics Courses

Nimer Alrushiedat, California State University, Fullerton
Lorne Olfman, Claremont Graduate University

Finnish Paradox of IS graduates

Eija Koskivaara, University of Turku

I Want It My Way: An Integrated Model of Habits, Consumerism, And Neutralization To Understand Students’ Cyberslacking Behavior

Shwadhin Sharma, California State University Monterey Bay

Impact of Hour of Code: A Five-Year Study

Jie Du, Grand Valley State University
Hayden Wimmer, Georgia Southern

Introductory Information Systems Course: Driving 21st Century Skill Development with Student Response Systems.

Michael Whitney, Winthrop University
Patrick Guilbaud, Winthrop University
Dr. Anna Romanova, Winthrop University

Learners’ Satisfaction in Online Courses

Mohammad I. Merhi, Indiana University South Bend

MSIS 2016: What are we teaching in Sub-Saharan Africa?

Mark-Oliver Kevor, University of Ghana Business School
Richard Boateng, University of Ghana Business School
Emmanuel Awuni Kolog, University of Ghana Business School

P2P Collaborative Consumption: Towards Sustainability in the Virtualization Processes of Knowledge Sharing Firms

Daniel Narh Treku, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Qinyu Liao, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

Preparing the Reflective Practitioner: Building a New Curriculum for a New Generation

Miranda Kajtazi, Lund University
Nicklas Holmberg, Lund University
Saonee Sarker, Information Technology

STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION AND ITS CHANGES AS THE COURSE PROGRESSES

Shadi Esnaashari, University of auckland
lesley Gardner, University of Auckland
Michael Rehm, University of Auckland

Studying the impact of a Serious Game on Students Learning Using Task-Technology Fit Model

Mohammad Khojah, King Abdulaziz University - Jeddah

Synchronous Cloud Instruction: A Model to Improve Students' Learning Experience.

Michael Whitney, Winthrop University

Technology Mediated Education: A Boon or Bane for Learning Outcomes of Students

Avijit Sengupta, University of South Florida
Shivendu Shivendu, University of South Florida

The Business Case for IT Security as a Core Course in IS Curriculum

Atiya Avery, Independent Researcher
Richelle L. Oakley, University of North Georgia

Understanding Students’ Perceptions of an Automated Feedback System: an Empirical Study Based on UTAUT

Ye Xiong, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Yi-Fang Brook Wu, New Jersey Institue of Technology

Virtual Platforms: Assessing the Challenges of E-Learning In Ghana

Natasha Narh, University of Ghana Business School
Richard Boateng, Department of Operations and MIS, University of Ghana Business School
Eric Afful-Dadzie, University of Ghana Business School
Acheampong Owusu, University of Ghana Business School