REVISION: Minor revisions to IS 455, Project Management. Moved construction project from InWorld Wisconsin to Glasgow Caledonian East. Negotiated contract and established project framework in Second Life.
REVISION: Major revision of IS 411, Object-Oriented Sytems, to include SAP Mobile curriculum to illustrate O-O System.
REVISION: Meetings with COB technololgy coordinator, LTS representative and Dr. Zhang to develop and improve wireless network performance to create a satisfactory level of implementation to support IS courses.
NEW COURSE: Developed own version of MGMT 341, Operations Management, a 3-credit undergraduate course for the college of Business core based on common content core with other MGMT 341 instructors. Strategic development occurred in Fall 2007, with detailed development during Spring 2008.
REVISION: Minor revision of IS 455, Project Management. Introduced simulation software to give students project management experience.
NEW COURSE: Researched and developed, IS 455, Project Management as a required 3-credit undergraduate course for the Business Analysis Emphasis in the IS major and as an elective course for all College of Business majors. This course was taught for the first time in spring 2007.
REVISION: Substantially revised content of IS 240, Information Systems in business, to focus on business processes and the role of infomation systems in those processes, including MS Excel skill development in class.
NEW COURSE: Researched and developed IS 365, Security Policy Management as a required 3-credit undergraduate course for the Business Analysis Emphasis in the IS major and as an elective course for all College of Business majors. This course was taught for the first time in fall 2006.
REVISION: For fall 2006 the content, assessment instruments and code examples for Fundamentals of Business Programming had to be revised to make them compliant with the Visual Studio 2005 Professional development environment, which replaced the previous version in the labs.
REVISION: In spring 2006 I developed new programming assessments for IS 304, Fundamentals of Business Programming
NEW COURSE: Developed a 3 credit elective course, MIS 491, on Security Policy Development and Project Management as a course for MIS majors. Course was taught in Spring 2005.
REVISION: Modified and delivered MIS 344, Database Management Systems, to incorporate new version of Oracle Database (10g vs 8i) and new Java-oriented application development tools. Course was taught in Fall 2005.
Contributed toward the process of designing and redesigning the MIS major, MIS minor and IT certificate.
Prepared outlines and course proposal documents for MIS 365, IS Security Policy Development, and MIS 455, Project Management.
NEW COURSE: Developed a 1.0 credit elective for the MBA Program, “Managing IS Security”, during spring 2004. The course was taught in summer 2004.
NEW COURSE: Developed a 1.5 credit online elective for the MBA program, “Information System Security Policy Development”, during Fall 2004. The course is to be taught in spring 2005.
NEW COURSE: In summer 2003, created a new MIS 314, Business Software Engineering, course that is centered on teaching object-oriented programming within a three-tier business data processing design environment. Created powerpoint support, code examples and new assignments that are delivered through a web site (keys.uwec.edu). Course is being taught for the first time in fall 2003.
REVISION: Revised MIS 304, taught using a new software tool (Visual Studio.NET) for the first time in Spring 2003, for fall 2003. Modified lecture material, assignments and sequencing based on spring 2003 experience.
REVISION: Developed new content on Sequential File Processing, Master/Transaction File Processing and Object-Oriented Programming for MIS 314 in early spring. Modified course first taught in spring 2002.
Refined material content and sequencing for MIS 314. First taught in spring 2002 and refined for fall 2002.
REVISION: In fall 2002, carried out complete revision and overhaul of all content and sequencing for MIS 304, Fundamentals of Business Programming, in preparation for migration to VB.NET programming environment in spring 2003. All example code and class examples were redesigned, rewritten and tested. New assignments have been constructed and tested. Involved research into .NET environment and VB.NET programming language.
NEW COURSE: Created MIS 290 course, Introduction to Database Applications, to be taught in Winterim 2003. Created materials, scheme of work and evaluation scheme.
NEW COURSE: Developed content for MIS 304, Fundamentals of Business Programming to teach fundamental pre-programming concepts as well as procedural programming and the use of objects. Development included the creation of PowerPoint-based presentation materials and the construction of many code examples to illustrate programming concepts. All assignments, PowerPoint and general class resources are available for viewing or download from the web.
Co-developed outline of new content coverage for MIS 314, Business Software Engineering.
Co-developed a list of new elective courses to be considered for development as part of department expansion funded by Chippewa Valley DIN.
NEW COURSE: Radically redeveloped MIS314, Business Software Engineering, to teach the language and general object-oriented concepts with a clear focus on business programming.
REVISION: Edited material and assignments for MIS 240, Information Systems in Business