Integrating an E-Learning Information System into The Classroom to Engage IT Undergraduate Students in Non IT Content.

Publisher:
International Business Information Management Association (IBIMA)
Publication Type:
Conference Proceeding
Citation:
Innovation and Sustainable Economic Competitive Advantage: From Regional Development to Global Growth, 2015, pp. 2440 - 2448 (9)
Issue Date:
2015-11-11
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This paper presents a comparative case study of the challenges of teaching non-IT content to IT undergraduates. Data was collected over five semesters via a standard University student survey to show how the integration of ELearning Information Systems (ELIS) has led to improved student satisfaction within an undergraduate IT subject. Results from the surveys are discussed in relation to the change history of the subject and indicate that continually updating content and delivery methods (no matter how static the subject area) can lead to improved outcomes. With further development, the combination of collaborative group work and an ELIS will provide an enhanced learning experience for students.
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