Journal of Information Systems Education


Information Systems (IS) education has evolved over the last fifteen years. The old paradigm for IS education, as described in the paper, failed to provide students with the knowledge and skills that they need to succeed. This paper examines the paradigm shift in IS education and presents it in the form of a word framework. This framework should be useful in course and curricular development.



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