IS Education, Curriculum and Teaching Cases

IS and IT education is required to not only produce high-quality ICT professionals but it must also be adaptive to the changing landscape while encouraging innovation that has relevance, sustainability and creativity. The focus on sustainability highlights the drive for educators to exploit technology in ways that demonstrate long-term impact and improved business acumen. The IS Education, Curriculum and Teaching Cases track focuses on all aspects of IS education theories and practice.

In addition, papers are sought on the role and use of technology in education and training especially those technologies that help to improve the student experience. Examples of technologies used to sustain quality and engaging educational delivery and to achieve task outcomes are both areas of focus for this track.

We welcome high-quality research papers and studies employing all research methods and approaches.

Topics of Interest

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Innovative pedagogy e.g. blended and hybrid learning;
  • Use of online delivery methods;
  • MOOCs;
  • Technology-enabled active learning;
  • Learning analytics and big data in education and training;
  • Innovative assessment and evaluation using ICT;
  • Gamification in education and training;
  • Emerging technologies in IS education;
  • Mobile education

Track Chairs

Leonie Ellis
University of Tasmania
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Erin Roehrer
University of Tasmania
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Tanya Linden
Swinburn University of Technology
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