Journal of Information Systems Education


As expert systems become more commonplace in the business curriculum, it is helpful to learn from others in teaching the expert systems course. Over the past ten years, the author has been teaching an Applied Expert Systems course in the School of Business and Public Management at George Washington University. This paper shares some of the lessons learned from these experiences in terms of administrative-, content-, and project-related issues and considerations associated with teaching the expert systems course.



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