2011 ISECON Proceedings

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Award Winning Papers


Best Paper of ISECON Conference

Teaching Management Information Systems as a
General Education Requirement (GER) Capstone
(1635)
Bogdan Hoanca, University of Alaska Anchorage

Distinguished Papers (top 5%)

Cloud Computing as a Core Discipline in a Technology Entrepreneurship Program (1607)
James Lawler, Pace University
Anthony Joseph, Pace University

Facing the Challenges of IS Education for the NET Generation (1631)
Wai Law, University of Guam

Meritorious Papers (top 15%)

A Case Study: Applying Critical Thinking Skills to Computer Science and Technology (1606)
Li Jen Shannon, Sam Houston State University
Judith Bennett, Same Houston State University

Visual Basic Programming Impact on Cognitive Style of College Students: Need for Prerequisities (1615)
Garry White, Texas State University - San Marcos

Preparing for a Career as a Network Engineer (1626)
Gerald Morris, Metropolitan State College of Denver
Janos Fustos, Metropolitan State College of Denver
Wayne Haga, Metropolitan State College of Denver

An Expanded Study of Net Generation Preceptions on Privacy and Security on Social Networking Sites (SNS) (1634)
John Molluzzo, Pace University
James Lawler, Pace University
Vijal Doshi, Pace University

A Curriculum Design for Information Systems Programs (1649) James Slack, Minnesota State University


Meritorious Ph.D. Paper

A Conceptual Framework for Implementing e-Learning in Rural Settings (1638)
Solomon Odunaike, Tshwane University of Technology
Oludayo Olugbara, Tshwane University of Technology
Sunday Ojo, Tshwane University of Technology


Best Master Student Paper

Involuntary Commitment Application: An Online Training Module (1637)
Kimberly Whitfield
University of North Carolina Wilmington


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