Volume 19, Number 3 —September 1995

Special Issue: IS Curricula and Pedagogy

Special Issue Articles

The Use of Information Technology to Enhance Management School Education: A Theoretical View
Dorothy E. Leidner and Sirkka L. Jarvenpaa
(pp. 265-291)

Using IT to Reengineer Business Education: An Exploratory Investigation of Collaborative Telelearning
Maryam Alavi, Bradley C. Wheeler, and Joseph S. Valacich
(pp. 293-312)

Critical Skills and Knowledge Requirements of IS Professionals: A Joint Academic/Industry Investigation
Denis M. S. Lee, Eileen M. Trauth, and Douglas Farwell
(pp. 313-340)

IS’95: Guideline for Undergraduate IS Curriculum
J. Daniel Couger, Gordon B. Davis, Dorothy G. Dologite, David L. Feinstein, John T. Gorgone, A. Milton Jenkins, George M. Kasper, Joyce Currie Little, Herbert E. Longenecker, Jr., and Joseph S. Valacich
(pp. 341-359)

The Information Technology Interaction Model: A Foundation for the MBA Core Course
Mark S. Silver, M. Lynne Markus, and Cynthia Mathis Beath
(pp. 361-390)

Inside an Integrated MBA: An Information Systems View
Jill Smith Slater, Donald J. McCubbrey, and Richard A. Scudder
(pp. 391-410)