The Basics

Professor: M. Lisa Yeo
Office: 306 Sellinger Hall
Phone (GoogleVoice): 415.496.LYeo (5936)
E-Mail: mlyeo at loyola.edu
Every email sent to the instructor should be respectful, concise and grammatically correct. The subject line should be descriptive. The body of the email should clearly state the question. Emails not meeting these standards or seeking information found in the syllabus may be ignored.

Office Hours: Tues & Thurs 1:00-2:30 (or by appointment, use https://doodle.com/mlyeo to schedule. Please select 2 times when sending your request.)

Class times: Tues. & Thurs. Section 01(SH004) 9:25 - 10:40am; Section 02(SH004) 3:05 - 4:20pm

Course website: http://Moodle.loyola.edu , 15/SP Information Systems (IS-251-01 & IS-251-02) 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 at CourseSmart

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)

Additional Information: This term we will be using Piazza for class discussion. The system is highly catered to getting you help fast and efficiently from classmates and me. Rather than emailing questions to the me directly, I encourage you to post your questions on Piazza. If you have any problems or feedback for the developers, email team at piazza.com.

Find our class page at: https://piazza.com/loyola/spring2015/is251/home

Some notes

The course syllabus and all assignment descriptions will be posted here. The final syllabus will be made available no later than Jan. 9, 2015. 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 S15 Business IS project. I will also be working on a sample report for my sample company. 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 Fall 2014 version of the equivalent project description can be found on the F14 Strategic IT Project page. Note, however, that I have made significant changes to the project, so I provide the past link only for information purposes.

Presentation Schedule

Presentations will take place in the last two weeks of classes. We will draw for time slots on April 14th.

Attendance at student presentations is mandatory. Missing a student presentation will have an adverse effect on your participation grade.

Contributors to this page: mlyeo , gmkelly and admin .
Page last modified on Tuesday 06 of January, 2015 17:34:45 EST by mlyeo.