2014 ISECON Proceedings
Baltimore, Maryland

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Best Papers


Best Paper of the Conference

An IT Strategy Course: Why and How (3007)

David
Woods
Miami University
Elizabeth Howard
Miami University

Best Case Study

The Cocoa Shop: A Database Management Case (3221)

Renée M. E. Pratt
Washington and Lee University
Cindi T. Smatt
University of North Georgia

Distinguished Paper Awards

A Proposed Concentration Curriculum Design for Big Data Analytics for Information Systems Students (3006)
James Lawler
Pace University
John C. Molluzzo
Pace University

Introducing Big Data Concepts in an Introductory Technology Course (3010)
Mark Frydenberg
Bentley University

Student Engagement: the core model and inter-cohort analysis (3022)
Christopher John Davis
University of South Florida St Petersburg
Karla Kmetz
University of South Florida St Petersburg

Predicting Exam Performance from Learning Styles and Online Content Usage (3030)
Guido Lang
Quinnipiac University
Stephen D. O'Connell
City University of New York


Meritorious Paper Award
s

IT0: Discrete Math and Programming Logic Topics as a Hybrid Alternative to CS0 (3002)
Nancy L. Martin
Southern Illinois University

Enhancing the Classroom Experience: Instructor Use of Tablets (3009)
Jeffrey Cummings
University of North Carolina Wilmington
Stephen Hill
University of North Carolina Wilmington

A Model for Establishing a Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (3012)
Edward Moskal
Saint Peter's University

Incorporating a Human-Computer Interaction Course into Software Development Curriculums (3013)
Tom Janicki
University of North Carolina Wilmington
Jeffrey Cummings
University of North Carolina Wilmington
R. Joe Healy
University of North Carolina Wilmington

The Flipped Classroom in Systems Analysis & Design: Leveraging Technology to Increase Student Engagement (3015)
Bruce . Saulnier
Quinnipiac University

Including a Programming Course in General Education: Are We Doing Enough? (3018)
Roger Ferguson
Grand Valley State University
Paul Leidig
Grand Valley State University
John Reynolds
Grand Valley State University

How Students Use Technology to Cheat and What Faculty Can Do About It (3020)
Lisa Zizzi Bain
Rhode Island College

The Effectiveness of Data Science as a means to achieve Proficiency in Scientific Literacy (3033)
Wendy Ceccucci
Quinnipiac University
Dawn
Tamarkin
Springfield Technical Community College
Kiku Jones
Quinnipiac University