EDSIGCON Proceedings 2018

EDSIGCON Proceedings 2018

Norfolk, Virginia

Conference Highlights Keynote Presentations

Workshops

(ordered by presentation time)

Be a job placement superhero: Insider strategies to help your students land top jobs

Misty Decker
IBM

Thursday - 11/1/2018 in Marriott 6/7 at 3:00 pm
http://proc.iscap.info/2018/workshops/4759.html

Don't leave it to placement services and career centers to connect your students to employers. Being part of the process will make you a better educator. Tapping her experience working with IBM's vast network of world-wide partners and clients, Misty Decker shares the inside track on what employers are looking for and how students can leverage free tools, systems, services and opportunities to land sought-after jobs. More....

Build real web and mobile apps in your classroom. No coding needed. Free with Mendix!

Daniela Field
Mendix

Friday - 11/2/2018 in Marriott 5 at 10:30 am
http://proc.iscap.info/2018/workshops/4757.html

If you teach courses like Systems Analysis and Design, IT Project Management and Intro/Capstone courses, you likely have your students build some sort of solution. With students of varying technical backgrounds, the tools available to execute their projects can be limited. With Mendix, students can build real, working web and mobile applications without needing to code. Mendix is the leading low-code app development platform and through our University Program, Professors and students enjoy completely free Mendix technology, training, certifications and curriculum.

JISE Info Session

Lee Freeman
University of Michigan – Dearborn

Friday - 11/2/2018 in Marriott 6/7 at 11:20 am
http://proc.iscap.info/2018/workshops/4756.html

Learn about publishing in the Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE), which is a peer reviewed journal published quarterly that focuses on IS education, pedagogy, and curriculum including (but not limited to) model curriculum, course projects/cases, course materials, curriculum design & implementation, outcomes assessment, distance education challenges, capstone learning projects, and technology selection & impact.

Using Active Learning and Agile Platform Development to Transform Introductory MIS Courses

Ted Tedmond
North Idaho College

Casey Wilhelm
North Idaho College

Friday - 11/2/2018 in Marriott 6/7 at 1:45 pm
http://proc.iscap.info/2018/workshops/4755.html

Join us for a collaborative discussion of best practices in the use of new technologies that are changing the way students learn MIS. This workshop will explore the possibilities that recent developments in learning science have uncovered. Numerous studies support the claim that today’s students don’t read. Adaptive learning provides a formative assessment approach that engages without intimidation or boredom. It also gives professors the analytics needed to design targeted lectures and quickly identify students at risk of drop, incomplete, withdrawal or failure. Success with formative assessments leads to higher student confidence in their knowledge, reduces text anxiety, and demonstrably improves performance on summative assessments.

Forge Cybersecurity Skills with Palo Alto Networks

Kim Yohannan
Palo Alto Networks

Tom Trevethan
Palo Alto Networks

Friday - 11/2/2018 in Marriott 1 at 2:35 pm
http://proc.iscap.info/2018/workshops/4753.html

There is a critical need for qualified cybersecurity professionals. Palo Alto Networks, the global cybersecurity leader, can help you equip students with the next-generation cybersecurity knowledge and skills they’ll need to succeed in today’s rapidly changing cyberthreat landscape through our Cybersecurity Academy. Our program provides technology and curriculum for use in the classroom at no cost to any degree-granting institutions of higher education. This session will provide an overview of the cybersecurity job market, Cybersecurity Academy program, and support by NDG for our cybersecurity curriculum which aligns to the U.S. National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) framework and work roles.

Pega’s University Academic Program

Jeff Vandewege
Pegasystems

Friday - 11/2/2018 in Marriott 5 at 3:20 pm
http://proc.iscap.info/2018/workshops/4754.html

Pegasystems – the leader in Digital Process Automation – has developed university-level curriculum in DPA/BPM as well as AI and Robotics. We offer this for-credit curriculum at no cost to universities. Students that finish this class (and especially those that pass the associated certification exam) become prime candidates for employment with Pega’s incredible roster of clients and partners. Please attend my workshop to learn more about Pega and how you can partner with us to offer curriculum on leading-edge technology.