Embedding Information Systems Environment Modules in Information System Curriculum

Saqib Saeed, Madeeha Saqib, Asiya Abdus Salam


Information System is an important computing discipline, but its curriculum is very diverse due to its multi-disciplinary nature. As a result, different academic institutions have given a different flavor to their curriculum. In this paper, we discuss implications of embedding Information Systems Environment component in an Information System curriculum. We discuss the results of a survey and highlight that there is a need to increase the motivation of computing students to undergo IS environment courses so that they can perform better in such courses. The discussion from this paper will help academicians in chalking out strategies to improve the performance of students in Information System Environment modules.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21015/vtess.v15i1.474


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