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Recommended Citation: Zolzer, D.  Welcome to ISECON 2002.  In The Proceedings of the Information Systems Education Conference 2002, v 19 (San Antonio): §010g. ISSN: 1542-7382.

Welcome to ISECON 2002

Welcome to San Antonio where the future of IS education is "Hot & Spicy." ISECON is the premier event for information systems educator. We have come together to share our ideas and experiences so that we can continue to improve the educational experience of our students. The dynamics of the information systems field makes our job as IS educators a tremendous challenge. We have worked hard to bring you a mix of workshops, paper presentations, and panels discussing the many aspects of IS education.

We are joining this year with the AITP Annual meeting and the AITP Region 3 Student Conference. This provides an excellent opportunity for us to share ideas with the leaders of ATIP, our professional IS colleagues, and students competing in regional competitions. We encourage you to join your colleagues for the reception Friday evening and our joint luncheons on Friday and Saturday.

The eight "Emerging Technologies" workshops on Thursday provide an opportunity to get more in-depth information on subjects of interest to all IS educators. In addition, we have included some workshops in our conference agenda. There are several excellent panel discussions in addition to over 70 paper presentations. Our exhibit area will have vendors showing their newest technology and publications.

San Antonio is a wonderful and vibrant city with many attractions along the famous River Walk. It is an excellent host for this joint conference. Enjoy your stay in San Antonio and contribute to the success of ISECON by interacting with your fellow IS educations and our AITP leaders,

David Zolzer    [a1] [a2]
ISECON 2002 Conference Chair
Northwestern State University    [u1] [u2]
Natchitoches, Louisiana, USA    [c1] [c2]

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