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Professional Development Symposia (PDS) [clear filter]
Thursday, August 11
 

3:00pm

PDS: Increasing Student Engagement in Distance Learning
Chair: Colleen Schwarz - University of Louisiana

Colleen Carraher, Ron Cheek, Tammy Ferguson - University of Louisiana at Lafayette  

Thursday August 11, 2016 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Marina 4

3:00pm

PDS: Transitions to Academic Leadership: An AIS College of Academic Leadership Professional Development Symposium (Department Chair)
Chair: James Denford - Royal Military College of Canada

James Denford - Royal Military College of Canada; Lemuria Carter - Virginia Commonwealth University



Thursday August 11, 2016 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Executive Center 3A

5:00pm

PDS: Gamification and IS Education
Chair: Tom Case - Georgia Southern University

Gamification and IS Education
Thomas Case - Georgia Southern University; Alan Dennis - Indiana University; Geoffrey Dick - George Washington University; Robert Szymanski - University of South Carolina


Thursday August 11, 2016 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Marina 4

5:00pm

 
Friday, August 12
 

8:30am

PDS: Team Based Learning: Group Work that Works
Chair: Vic Matta - Ohio University

Vic Matta, Raymond D. Frost - Ohio University

Prepared, engaged students…a college classroom humming with active learning…time for rich, structured problem-solving. What professor wouldn't jump at the chance to create a learning environment like this?

Team-based learning (TBL) has been FLIPPING classrooms for over 35 years. It works equally well in small and large classes; in fact, some people think it actually works better in larger classes. Learn how to get your students to come to class prepared and then how to use that preparation to "flip" your classroom so that class time can be better spent helping students learn how to apply course concepts to solve significant problems.


Friday August 12, 2016 8:30am - 10:00am
Marina 4

1:30pm

PDS: Social Inclusion Across IS Specializations
Chair: Paul Witman - California Lutheran University

Michelle Carter - University of Washington; Bill Hefley - University of Texas, Dallas; Virginia Ilie - California Lutheran University; Julie Kendall, Ken Kendall - Rutgers University; Deepak Khazanchi - University of Nebraska, Omaha; Michael Leih - Point Loma Nazarene University; Chris Njunge - Claremont Graduate University/California Lutheran University; Tom Stafford - University of Memphis; Paul D. Witman - California Lutheran University

Inclusion, Engagement, Empowerment – Information systems can help to make or break these results. How can our research, across a range of IS specializations, help promote social inclusion across gender, ethnicity, socio-economic status, and other divides? This PDS will focus on engaging AIS members from a variety of specializations to consider how social inclusion might factor into their research. As examples, online funds transfer models, such as M-Pesa in Africa, have the impact of including more people in a broader economy, and info systems can be used to help or hinder people’s access to all sorts of things, including health care. Come join a lively discussion of active research projects across at least 10 SIGs, areas where social inclusion research may have an impact, and connect with potential research collaborations to support your studies in this area. 


Friday August 12, 2016 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Marina 4

3:30pm

PDS: An Interactive Discourse on IT Project Management: Challenges and Opportunities
Chair: Stacie Petter - Baylor University

An Interactive Discourse on IT Project Management: Challenges and Opportunities
Stacie Petter - Baylor University; Gary Klein - University of Colorado, Colorado Springs; Karen Patten - University of South Carolina

This professional development symposium engages attendees in a discussion of the various challenges and opportunities within the domain of IT project management.  Presenters with experience as researchers, journal editors, practitioners, and educators within the domain of IT project management will share their insights related to lasting and emerging opportunities within the field.  The audience will participate in this symposium through breakout sessions and a larger group discussion to stimulate new ideas, encourage collaborations, and have an interactive discourse on issues related to IT project management.


Friday August 12, 2016 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Marina 4
 
Saturday, August 13
 

8:30am

PDS: Health Informatics Education
Chair: Nima Kordzadeh - Idaho State University

Health Informatics Education
Nima Kordzadeh, Kevin Parker - Idaho State University

Saturday August 13, 2016 8:30am - 10:00am
Marina 4

10:30am

PDS: Do Academic Curricula Satisfy Healthcare Industry Professional Knowledge & Skills Requirements?

Moderators & Co-Chairs: Matthew Guah - South Carolina State University; Chon Abraham - William & Mary University; Debra Burleson - Baylor University; Heiko Gewald - New-Ulm University of Applied Sciences

Do Academic Curricula Satisfy Healthcare Industry Professional Knowledge & Skills Requirements?
Paul Simms - Claremont University; John Tanouye - Kaiser Permanente; Blake J. Lesselroth - Portland Veterans Affairs Medical Center; Leah Vriesman - UCLA Policy & Mgmt.; Cynthia LeRouge - University of Washington; Samir Chatterjee - Claremont Graduate University



Saturday August 13, 2016 10:30am - 12:00pm
Marina 4

1:30pm

PDS: Replication Research in IS

Chair: Alan Dennis - Indiana University

Replication Research in IS
Alan Dennis - Indiana University; Joe Valacich - University of Arizona; Stacie Petter - Baylor University; Binny Samuel - University of Cincinnati

In 2014, AIS launched a new journal dedicated to replication research: AIS Transactions on Replication Research, with a mission to publish replication research. The PDS will have three parts.  First, we will define replication and describe how to conduct and write-up replication research articles.  This includes three different types of replications: exact replications, methodological replications and theoretical replications. Second, we will present two examples of recent replication research and show how they advance science. Third, we will have an open discussion of replication research, with a chance to ask questions and debate issues. 


Saturday August 13, 2016 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Marina 4