This case addresses the critical topic in education of developing students’ skills and capabilities associated with enterprise-level business intelligence systems and associated internal control concerns. The experiences of using a business intelligence,task-based activity in an interdisciplinary curriculum model are presentedand discussed. Pedagogically, the task-based activity enhances perceived learning for both accounting and IS disciplines indomain (internal controls and IS development), communication (comprehension and creation), and critical thinking skills. Additionally, students appreciate the realism and active learningassociated with the task-based activity delivered in an interdisciplinary curriculum model. The design of the task-based activity as a teaching resource allows other instructors, based on their requirements, to develop a lesson plan around using the activity as written, or focusing on the any of the many aspects of controls or technology presented.
Marshall, Thomas E.; Drum, Dawna M.; Lambert, Sherwood L.; and Morris, Stevin
"An Interdisciplinary Task-Based Activity for Teaching Internal Controls,"
Journal of Information Systems Education: Vol. 29
, Article 2.
Available at: https://aisel.aisnet.org/jise/vol29/iss4/2