Internationalising information systems curriculum: A case study

Molla, A, Deng, H and Corbitt, B 2008, 'Internationalising information systems curriculum: A case study', in Proceedings of the 14th Americas Conference on Information Systems (ACMIS 2008), Toronto, Canada, 14-17 August 2008.


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Collection: Conference Papers

Title Internationalising information systems curriculum: A case study
Author(s) Molla, A
Deng, H
Corbitt, B
Year 2008
Conference name The 14th Americas Conference on Information Systems: Learning from the past and charting the future of the discipline
Conference location Toronto, Canada
Conference dates 14-17 August 2008
Proceedings title Proceedings of the 14th Americas Conference on Information Systems (ACMIS 2008)
Publisher Omnipress
Place of publication Canada
Abstract The importance of internationalizing tertiary education is well recognized worldwide as exemplified by the volume of published literature in the area. There is, however, comparatively less research as to how different disciplines are internationalizing their curricula at program levels. This paper presents a case study of information systems curriculum internationalization using the case of an Australian University. By doing so, the paper aims to provide some insights on why,what and how information systems schools and departments internationalize their curriculum with respect to the dynamic global information systems market, globalization of international business, and the competitive information systems education market.
Subjects Economics, Business and Management Curriculum and Pedagogy
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