This research paper explores the impact of generative AI chatbots like ChatGPT and SQL Query Builder on academia, particularly in the fields of Computer Science (CS) and Information Systems (IS).
This article discusses the increasing demand for education in Financial Technology (FinTech) due to the industry’s rapid growth since the “Fintech Revolution” in 2017. It highlights the current lack of consensus and standardized curriculum for FinTech education in universities and presents findings from a study that examines the state of FinTech curricula.
What do conference attendees want from academic presentations? A study of an information systems professional organization.
This paper identifies what academic conference attendees in the Information Systems (IS) field consider to be attributes of successful and unsuccessful academic presentations.
This study addressed college students’ acceptance of push communication (i.e., email and SMS messaging) as a means of receiving course-related content.
The purpose of this paper is to identify the factors that influence student learning as it pertains to textbooks.
This research aims to investigate what factors influence the users on StackOverflow to participate.
This paper details some of the obstacles to cloud computing that have been identified in recent literature, grouping organizational concerns into four categories, namely security, organizational resistance, performance, and lack of economic gains.
This paper describes our approach to using virtualization in two courses for MIS students.