EDSIGCON Proceedings 2017

Austin, Texas

Conference Highlights

Best Papers and Cases


Best Paper of EDSIGCON

Enhancing and Transforming Global Learning Communities with Augmented Reality (4335)

Mark Frydenberg
Bentley University

Diana Andone
Politehnica University of Timisoara

Best Paper of EDSIGCON / Special Recognition

A Tribute to Bart Longenecker: An IS Education Maverick and Visionary (4335)

Jeffrey Landry
J. Harold Pardue
Roy Daigle

University of South Alabama


Best Teaching Case of EDSIGCON

"What Gets Measured, Gets Managed" - The Wells Fargo Account Opening Scandal (4479)

Paul D. Witman
California Lutheran University


Distinguished Paper Awards (top 10%)


The Challenges of Teaching Business Analytics: Finding Real Big Data for Business Students (4313)

Alexander Y Yap
Sherrie Drye

North Carolina A&T State University


Sprint, then Fly: Teaching Agile Methodologies with Paper Airplanes (4324)

Mark Frydenberg
Bentley University

David Yates
Bentley University

Julie Kukesh
Mendix, Inc.

Distinguished Case Awards (top 10%)


Dragon Air: A Database Design Case (4473)

Donald Edward Wynn
University of Dayton


Practicing the Concept of Fit in a Human-Computer Interaction Classroom Through Paper Prototyping (4481)

Michael John Scialdone
State University of New York at Fredonia

Amy J. Connolly
James Madison University


Meritorius Paper Awards (top 15%)


Diversity in Information Systems: Increasing Opportunities in STEM
for Capable Students with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities
(4306)

James Lawler
Anthony Joseph
Melanie Greene

Pace University


International Service Learning in IS Programs: The Next Phase – An Implementation Experience (4309)

Kiku Jones
Wendy Ceccucci

Quinnipiac University


Formative Assessment of Meaningful Learning in IS Education Using Concept Mapping (4312)

Wei Wei
Kwok-Bun Yue

University of Houston - Clear Lake


Reaching and Retaining the Next Generation: Adapting to the Expectations of Gen Z in the Classroom (4328)

Dana Schwieger
Christine Ladwig

Southeast Missouri State University


Connecting the Dots and Nodes: A Survey of Skills Requested by Employers for Network Administrators (4333)

Gerard John Morris
Janos T Fustos
Wayne Haga

Metropolitan State University of Denver


Can Learning Journals Increase Metacognition, Motivation, and Learning?
Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial in a Computer Information Systems Course
(4336)

Guido Lang
Quinnipiac University