The BasicsProfessor: M. Lisa Yeo
Office: 306 Sellinger Hall
Phone (GoogleVoice): 415.496.LYeo (5936)
E-Mail: mlyeo at loyola.edu
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Office Hours: Mon & Wed 1:00-2:00 (or by appointment, use https://doodle.com/mlyeo to schedule. Please select 2 times when sending your request.)
Class times: Mon. & Wed. Section 04(SH004) 3 - 4:15pm; Section 05(SH004) 4:30 - 5:45pm
Course website: http://Moodle.loyola.edu, 14/SP Information Systems (IS-251-05 & IS-251-06) and this wiki. Slides and other course materials will be posted to Moodle.
Course Text: R. Kelly Rainer, Brad Prince, Casey G. Cegielski (2014) Introduction to Information Systems, 5th Edition. Available in the bookstore and at Amazon. eBook is also available.
Additional readings: Additional readings will be a part of this course. These readings will be made available to you via Moodle.
Course Prerequisites: CS 111, CS 112, or CS 201 (or permission)
Some notesThe course syllabus and all assignment descriptions will be posted here. The final syllabus will be made available no later than Sept. 1, 2014. Assignment descriptions will be posted no later than 2 weeks before they are due.
In this wiki, each group will be developing their report for the Strategic IT project. I will also be working on a sample report for my sample company, ACME Travel Inc. (ATI). I will do this to help you understand the key elements that will be required of you as you prepare your own company reports.
The Spring 2014 version of the project description can be found on the S14 Strategic IT Project page.
Presentation SchedulePresentations will take place in the last two weeks of classes. We will draw for time slots in October.
|Date||Slot||Section 04||Section 05|
Attendance at student presentations is mandatory. Missing a student presentation will have an adverse effect on your participation grade.