Information systems (IS) educators face a number of challenges in the current environment, including dealing with declining enrollments, 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 critical 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.
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2020
Monday, August 10th
12:00 AM

A Longitudinal Study of a Capstone Course

Benjamin Kok Siew Gan, Singapore Management University
Eng Lieh Ouh, Singapore Management University
Yin Yin Fiona LEE, Singapore Management University

12:00 AM

A Sustainability Assessment Tool for IS Programs

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

12:00 AM

A Visual Analytics Tool for Personalized Competency Feedback

Joelle Elmaleh, Singapore Management University
Venky Shankararaman, Singapore Management University

12:00 AM

Aligning Business Intelligence and Analytics Curriculum with Industry Demand

Tianxi Dong, Trinity university
Jason Triche, University of Montana

12:00 AM

An Empirical Examination of Dual-Congruity Perspectives in the Gamified ERP Training

Eric Curley, Kent State University
Jinwoong Lee, Kent State University
Dong-Heon Kwak, Kent State University
Greta Polites, Kent State University

12:00 AM

An Inquiry-Based Learning Approach to Improve Student Learning of Analytics Concepts

Saravanan Kuppusamy, Rowan University
Yide Shen, Rowan University

12:00 AM

Articulating Product Owner Competencies Using an Agile Experiential Learning Simulation

Mark Thouin, University of Texas at Dallas
Bill Hefley, University of Texas at Dallas

12:00 AM

Collaborative Learning for Information Security Topics: A Pilot Study

Xin Tian, Kennesaw State University
Zhigang Li, Kennesaw State University

12:00 AM

Complexity-in-use: A co-created design approach to developing student understanding of complex information infrastructures

Jennifer Leonard, The University of Sydney
Corina Raduescu, The University of Sydney
Catherine Hardy, The University of Sydney

12:00 AM

Deploying APIs in the Cloud: A Novel Approach to the MIS Infrastructure Course

David Schuff, Temple University
Mart Doyle, Temple University

12:00 AM

Designing a Graduate Curriculum for Digital Innovation: A Competency-Driven Approach

Wendy Lucas, Bentley University

12:00 AM

Designing Decision-Support Systems for Secondary School Counselors

Kodey Crandall, Dakota State University
Cherie Bakker Noteboom, Dakota State University
Dave Bishop, Dakota State University

12:00 AM

How to Design Learning Applications that Support Learners in their Moment of Need – Didactic Requirements of Micro Learning

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

12:00 AM

Interaction Disclosed: Unpacking Student Computer Supported Collaborative Learning

Sara Willermark, School of business, economics & IT

12:00 AM

Monitoring Online Collaboration with Social Learning Analytics

Florian Lenk, TU Dresden
Alexander Clauss, TU Dresden

12:00 AM

Not just Skills and Knowledge – Fostering Competencies in Information Systems Education

Rebecca Finster, Technische Universität Braunschweig
Susanne Robra-Bissantz, Technische Universität Braunschweig

12:00 AM

Redefining Education in the Digital Economy: The Role of Social Innovation-based Learning in Information Systems Education

Kaveh Abhari, San Diego State University
Cyrus Arick Huxford, San Diego State University
Pocky Kohsuwan, San Diego State University
Farzan Koobchehr, San Diego State University
Fernando Olivares, San Diego State University
Luis Sosa, San Diego State University

12:00 AM

Refining the Learning Analytics Capability Model: A Single Case Study

Justian H. Knobbout, HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht
Esther van der Stappen, HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht
Johan Versendaal, HU University of Applied Science Utrecht

12:00 AM

Research Concept of Business Simulation Game Application to Management Education in Poland

Arkadiusz Januszewski, UTP University of Science and Technology
Jaroslaw Kujawski, University of Gdansk

12:00 AM

Role of IS Job Shadows on College Student Major Selection

John Michael Muraski, University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh
Michael Dohan, Lakehead University
ShiKui Wu, Lakehead University

12:00 AM

Serious Financial Games for Youth: An Evolutionary Action Design Science Approach

Aldrich Rasco, University of Auckland
Johnny Chan, University of Auckland
Gabrielle Peko, University of Auckland
David Sundaram, University of Auckland

12:00 AM

Systematic Literature Mapping on AI-enabled Contemporary Learning Systems

Tumaini Kabudi, University of Agder
Ilias Pappas, University of Agder
Dag Håkon Olsen, University of Agder

12:00 AM

Teaching Business Students Chatbots: First Forays and Lessons Learned

Yu Chen, San Jose State University
Timothy R. Hill, San Jose State University

12:00 AM

The Challenges and Opportunities of IS Programs in Addressing Societal Challenge of Military Veteran Undergraduate Education & Integration

Leilani Silo, Loyola University Chicago
Dinko Bacic, Loyola University Chicago

12:00 AM

Toward Designing a Business Analytics Model Curriculum for Undergraduate Business Students

Morteza Mashayekhy, Rider University
Jia Shen, Rider University
Emre Yetgin, Rider University

12:00 AM

Using Role Play to Teach Complexity in IT Project Management

Amy J. Connolly, James Madison University
Daniel Rush, Boise State University
Leigh Mutchler, James Madison University

12:00 AM

What Factors Affect the Development of Institutional Open Educational Resource Repositories? An Empirical Investigation

Vi Truong, Monash University

12:00 AM