EDSIGCON Proceedings 2017

EDSIGCON Proceedings 2017

Austin, Texas

Conference Highlights

2017 EDSIG Proceedings - Workshop Presentation


The Journey and Outcomes of taking an e-Business/e-Commerce service course from a traditional Face-to-Face to a Hybrid format successfully • Even for 200+ students per long semester • And multi-culturally rich in perspective & content


Kevin Jetton
Texas State University


Objectives
This workshop will focus on the design, transition, steps and path of converting an existing multi-culturally rich traditional face-to-face e-Business/e-Commerce course serving business majors and minors to a hybrid format and discuss why it was not converted to a fully online course. Highlights will include:

Targeted Attendees
ALL IT/IS/CIS faculty that currently teach or want to teach a “general” e-Business/e-Commerce course for Business majors & minors
No prior teaching experience for this course or topic is required

Recommended Citation: Jetton, K., (2017). The Journey and Outcomes of taking an e-Business/e-Commerce service course from a traditional Face-to-Face to a Hybrid format successfully • Even for 200+ students per long semester • And multi-culturally rich in perspective & content . Proceedings of the EDSIG Conference, (2017) n.4437, Austin, Texas