Teaching Information Systems for Bachelor Programs in Computer Science

Peneva, Juliana and Ivanov, Stanislav (2015) Teaching Information Systems for Bachelor Programs in Computer Science. 4th International Conference on Application of Information and Communication Technology and Statistics, Bulgaria, Sofia, 24-25 October, University of National and World Economy, Sofia, Bulgaria : Conference Proceedings. pp. 481-487. ISSN 2367-7635

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Today the information systems are common basis to achieve operational excellence, managerial diversity and improved decision making. The study of information systems involves sources from technical and behavioral disciplines. The technical approach includes computer science, management science, and operations research. The behavioral approach concerns psychology, sociology, and economics. This paper focuses on some didactical issues when implementing the technical approach to the study of information systems. The main discussion concerns the choice of the topics and learning activities for a course in information systems delivered to students majoring computer science or information technologies. We assert that students have to achieve information’s systems literacy which encompasses how and why the technology is applied in organizations. We adhere to ACM and AIS IS 2010 Curriculum Guidelines.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:information systems, curriculum issues
Subjects:Computer science and information technologies > Applied informatics
Education > Higher education
ID Code:2686
Deposited By: Assoc.Prof. Juliana Peneva
Deposited On:28 Sep 2015 11:34
Last Modified:28 Sep 2015 11:34

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