IS in Education, IS Curriculum & Teaching Cases (SIG ED)

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Complete

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1629

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Being able to address sustainability problems has become an important management skill in recent years. IT-based teaching innovations can be effective in introducing sustainability problems to management students, but little is known about the research activity on IT-based teaching innovations focusing on sustainability in the context of business education. This study maps the literature on IT-based teaching innovations that can make management students motivated to solve sustainability problems. Fifty-eight studies are included in the review. A series of thematic analyses are conducted about IT’s roles in teaching activities, used learning models, sustainability themes, and learning objectives. Results indicate that most of the teaching innovations use IT to transform the learning process. On the other hand, an analysis of the learning models shows that there is still potential for future research on IT-based teaching innovations to enable collaborative and experiential learning in a realistic environment.

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IT-Based Learning Tools to Introduce Sustainability Problems to Management Students: A Scoping Review

Being able to address sustainability problems has become an important management skill in recent years. IT-based teaching innovations can be effective in introducing sustainability problems to management students, but little is known about the research activity on IT-based teaching innovations focusing on sustainability in the context of business education. This study maps the literature on IT-based teaching innovations that can make management students motivated to solve sustainability problems. Fifty-eight studies are included in the review. A series of thematic analyses are conducted about IT’s roles in teaching activities, used learning models, sustainability themes, and learning objectives. Results indicate that most of the teaching innovations use IT to transform the learning process. On the other hand, an analysis of the learning models shows that there is still potential for future research on IT-based teaching innovations to enable collaborative and experiential learning in a realistic environment.

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