SIG ED - IS in Education, IS Curriculum, Education and Teaching Cases

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 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.

Track Chairs:
Asli Akbulut, Grand Valley State University, akbuluta@gvsu.edu
Rhonda Syler, University of Arkansas, rsyler@walton.uark.edu
Geoffrey N. Dick, St. John’s University, gfdick@aim.com
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2022
Wednesday, August 10th
12:00 AM

A Hybrid Introductory Analytics Course: Lessons Learned During The COVID-19 Pandemic

David P. Darcy, Arizona State University (SSO)
Asish Satpathy, Arizona State University (SSO)

12:00 AM

A Systematic Review of the US Graduate Programs in Business Analytics

Fariba Nosrati, Ramapo College of New Jersey
Yuan Gao, Ramapo College of New Jersey
Cherie A. Sherman, Ramapo College of New Jersey
Timothy Burns, Ramapo College of New Jersey

12:00 AM

AI-assisted Learning-training Environment in Education: A Multi-case Analysis

Sachin Choubey, IIM KASHIPUR

12:00 AM

Aligning Business Analytics Programs with Industry Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Kathleen S. Hartzel, Duquesne University
Pinar Ozturk, Duquesne University
K. Bryan Menk, Duquesne University

12:00 AM

Alternative Approaches to Data Architecture and Data Governance: Graduate IT/IS Curriculum Considerations

Diane Murphy, Marymount University
Michelle Liu, Marymount University
Laura Vera, Marymount University

12:00 AM

Are AI Opportunities Discovered or Created? Investigating Data Resourcing Using a No-code AI Platform in an Educational Context

Leif T. Sundberg, Umeå University
Jonny Holmström, Umeå University

12:00 AM

Building the Workforce of Tomorrow: Blockchain Curriculum in Higher Education

Miloslava Plachkinova, Kennesaw State University
Ace Vo, Loyola Marymount University
Tim Smith, Iowa State University
Thomas A. Chapman, Woodbury University

12:00 AM

Data Analysis and Visualization with Google Data Studio

Christopher Njunge, California Lutheran University

12:00 AM

Designing Flipped Learning Activities for Beginner Programming Course

Benjamin Kok Siew Gan, Singapore Management University
Eng Lieh Ouh, Singapore Management University

12:00 AM

DevOps Didactic Transposition in IS Higher Education: A Systematic Literature Review

Alexandre Grotta, Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia de São Paulo (IFSP)
Edmir Parada Vasques Prado, University of Sao Paulo

12:00 AM

Effects of Signaling on Learner Engagement in Informal Learning on YouTube

Zixing Shen, New Mexico State University
Songxin Tan, South Dakota State University
Michael J. Pritchard, Kansas State University

12:00 AM

Effects of Simulation Games on IS students’ Work-readiness: Instructors’ Perspectives

Nadia Faisal, Federation University
Mehmood Chadhar, Federation University Australia
Andrew Stranieri, Federation University
Anitra Gorris-Hunter, Federation University

12:00 AM

Gold Rush Antiques: A Database Management Case

Renée Pratt, Auburn University
Cindi Smatt, University of North Georgia

12:00 AM

Identifying Success Factors for University Study-Oriented System Implementation

Mariusz Grabowski, Cracow University of Economics
Jan Madej, Cracow University of Economics
Adam Sagan, Cracow University of Economics

12:00 AM

In Search of the Optimal CRM Curriculum: A Skills Framework for the Salesforce Administrator Role

Seth J. Kinnett, DePaul University
Theresa A. Steinbach, DePaul University

12:00 AM

Industry RPA Demands and Potential Impacts for MIS and Related Higher Education Programs

Queen Booker, Metro State University
Mousumi Munmun, Metropolitan State University

12:00 AM

Online Learning Fatigue in Schools During the COVID-19 Pandemic – An Empirical Study with High School Students

Franziska Stoeckl, University of Innsbruck
Andreas Eckhardt, University of Innsbruck

12:00 AM

Opportunities and Challenges of Remote Learning in the COVID Era – A Study Based on Sentiment Analysis of Geotagged Tweets

Asish Satpathy, Arizona State University
Riya Jignesh Brahmbhatt, Arizona State University (SSO)
Srijan Satpathy, University of California, Los Angeles

12:00 AM

The Effectiveness of a Hybrid Cybersecurity Summer Camp for Teachers

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

12:00 AM

The Impact of Gamification on Students’ Learning Outcome and Career Interest in Cybersecurity Education

Chen Zhong, The University of Tampa
J.B. (Joo Baek) Kim, The University of Tampa
Hong Liu, Indiana University Kokomo

12:00 AM

The Perceived Affordances and Usage Constraints of Learning Design Authoring Tools by South African High School Teachers

Jack Shiels, University of Cape Town
Maureen Tanner, University of Cape Town

12:00 AM

Trust, but Verify! - An Empirical Investigation of Students’ Initial Trust in AI-Based Essay Scoring

Philipp Hartmann, University of Goettingen
Sebastian Hobert, University of Goettingen
Matthias Schumann, University of Goettingen

12:00 AM

Using Hexad User Types to Identify Motivational Preferences among Learners

Vanessa Maria Steinherr, University Augsburg
Ramona Reinelt, University Augsburg

12:00 AM

What Really Matters? Evaluating the Importance of Skills for Data Analysts

Cassandra Artman Collier, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Anne L. Powell, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

12:00 AM