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Case Study Based Learning For System Development, Nivedita Daimiwal, Revati Shriram 2022 MKSSS’s Cummins College of Engineering for Women, Karvenagar, Pune

Case Study Based Learning For System Development, Nivedita Daimiwal, Revati Shriram

Graduate Research in Engineering and Technology (GRET)

The presented case study based activity supports collaboration between students. Case study based activity consists of a story of an organization and how the problem is solved by using planning strategy, coordination and using any advance system for example management information system is a subject which can be taught using the case study based activity .Outcome to analyse the problem, develop problem solving capabilities and to take appropriate decision that leads to success.

The student’s role is to read and explore case study. Participate in online discussions, lead a discussion, engage in classroom discussion and present their reflections. Finally ...


Singapore Public Sector Ai Applications Emphasizing Public Engagement: Six Examples, Steven MILLER 2022 Singapore Management University

Singapore Public Sector Ai Applications Emphasizing Public Engagement: Six Examples, Steven Miller

Research Collection School Of Computing and Information Systems

In November 2019, Singapore’s Smart Nation and Digital Government Office (SNDGO) announced the National AI Strategy with the stated ambition that by 2030, Singapore would be a leader in developing and deploying scalable, impactful artificial intelligence (AI) solutions in key economic and social sectors of high value and relevance, and it would do so in ways that would serve the needs of its citizens and businesesses. It added that the government would embark on an initial set of national AI projects in five domain areas deemed crucial for smart nation efforts. The National AI Office, the coordinating government unit ...


Developing A Model To Assess Feasible Capacity To Work-From-Home, Ryan Tripod, Sumarie Roodt 2022 University of Cape Town

Developing A Model To Assess Feasible Capacity To Work-From-Home, Ryan Tripod, Sumarie Roodt

African Conference on Information Systems and Technology

With the growing popularity of Work-From-Home (WFH) organizations have been required to adapt their ‘ways of working’ strategies to the ‘new normal’, as both employees and organizations aim to reap the benefits of WFH. This has resulted in organizations and their leadership teams needing to create WFH strategies for their organizations. With many of these WFH strategies developed in isolation of all stakeholders, with the feasibility of these WFH strategies remain uncertain. Therefore, this research task has reviewed literature to develop a conceptual model that describes how leadership teams can make informed feasible WFH strategy decisions, through the concept of ...


The Impact Of Mobile Banking Customer Experience On Loyalty Among Millennials In South Africa, Justice Ncube, Salah Kabanda 2022 University of Cape Town

The Impact Of Mobile Banking Customer Experience On Loyalty Among Millennials In South Africa, Justice Ncube, Salah Kabanda

African Conference on Information Systems and Technology

Banks need to remain competitive in the ever-changing business environment. Millennials are one of the largest customer segments with a large digital and mobile appetite; as a result, they form a natural target for banks. To increase their customer base, banks need to ensure that their customer experience strategy caters for these young customers in accordance with their expectations. This study explores factors that influence customer experience in mobile banking and how this experience influences customer loyalty to their bank. This study used a mixed-methods strategy and collected data from 344 mobile banking users via an online survey questionnaire and ...


Factors Affecting The Adoption Of Information And Communication Technologies In Africa: Literature Review, Edison Wazoel Lubua 2022 Uganda Technology and Management University

Factors Affecting The Adoption Of Information And Communication Technologies In Africa: Literature Review, Edison Wazoel Lubua

African Conference on Information Systems and Technology

This paper synthesised the literature on the adoption of Information and Communication Technology within Africa. The purpose was to determine factors (reported by the literature) determining technology adoption and use, in Africa. The paper used the systematic literature review. The study analysed the factors descriptively. Based on the analysis, the following are the main five factors reported to affect the adoption and use of Information Technology in Africa: Lack of ICT knowledge, unreliable infrastructure, high cost of adoption, the perceived usefulness of ICT, and the perceived ease of use. The government and technology implementing organisation has the key role to ...


Improving Data-Driven Infrastructure Degradation Forecast Skill With Stepwise Asset Condition Prediction Models, Kurt R. Lamm, Justin D. Delorit, Michael N. Grussing, Steven J. Schuldt 2022 Air Force Institute of Technology

Improving Data-Driven Infrastructure Degradation Forecast Skill With Stepwise Asset Condition Prediction Models, Kurt R. Lamm, Justin D. Delorit, Michael N. Grussing, Steven J. Schuldt

Faculty Publications

Organizations with large facility and infrastructure portfolios have used asset management databases for over ten years to collect and standardize asset condition data. Decision makers use these data to predict asset degradation and expected service life, enabling prioritized maintenance, repair, and renovation actions that reduce asset life-cycle costs and achieve organizational objectives. However, these asset condition forecasts are calculated using standardized, self-correcting distribution models that rely on poorly-fit, continuous functions. This research presents four stepwise asset condition forecast models that utilize historical asset inspection data to improve prediction accuracy: (1) Slope, (2) Weighted Slope, (3) Condition-Intelligent Weighted Slope, and (4 ...


Teaching Sql In An On-Line Learning Environment: Considering For Selecting A Relational Database, Marion Smith 2022 Texas Southern University

Teaching Sql In An On-Line Learning Environment: Considering For Selecting A Relational Database, Marion Smith

Southwestern Business Administration Journal

In today’s business environment, students entering the workplace are expected to have problem-solving skills as well as an understanding of fundamental database concepts. Interns and new hires must be able to identify, extract and manipulate data that typically reside in a relational database. To meet this expectation, students are introduced to database concepts and SQL in a variety of courses. This paper discusses instructor considerations when selecting a database management system for teaching SQ on-line


Improving India’S Traffic Management Using Intelligent Transportation Systems, Umesh Makhloga 2022 California State University, San Bernardino

Improving India’S Traffic Management Using Intelligent Transportation Systems, Umesh Makhloga

Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations

India is one of the largest developing countries in the whole world. There is an increasing trend in the number of vehicles on the roads of India. The increasing number of vehicles leads to rising congestion in large cities. The primary purpose of this project is to determine a proper strategy to solve some of the traffic problems in India like inadequate mass transit, time delays, and blockage on road causing mergers resulting in fatal injuries. The development of effective strategic terms for operating the traffic system of India will need the incorporation of Intelligent Transportation Systems. In this study ...


Outcomes Of Enterprise Resource Planning System On Organizational Productivity, Tambei Chiawah, William G. Dzekashu, Walter R. McCollum, Evelyn E. Fomuso 2022 Anchor Global Management Consulting LLC

Outcomes Of Enterprise Resource Planning System On Organizational Productivity, Tambei Chiawah, William G. Dzekashu, Walter R. Mccollum, Evelyn E. Fomuso

International Journal of Applied Management and Technology

Leaders within local government organizations do not understand how to achieve expected and desired benefits from the implementation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. The lack of alignment between social and technical elements in ERP implementation continues to depress organizational productivity. The prime objective of our quantitative correlational study was to examine whether social and technical elements increase use and productivity in ERP implementation. Sociotechnical systems theory provided the theoretical basis for our study. We examined six dimensional variables relating to ERP implementation. Our key findings indicated positive significant relationships between ERP and information sharing, between ERP system quality and ...


The Reality Of Employing Artificial Intelligence And Its Relationship To The Quality Of Performance Of Jordanian Universities From The Faculty’S Perspectives, Sujood Al-Muqeeti, Layla Mohammad Hosni Abu Al-Ola 2022 Middle East University-Jordan

The Reality Of Employing Artificial Intelligence And Its Relationship To The Quality Of Performance Of Jordanian Universities From The Faculty’S Perspectives, Sujood Al-Muqeeti, Layla Mohammad Hosni Abu Al-Ola

Journal of the Association of Arab Universities for Research in Higher Education (مجلة اتحاد الجامعات العربية (للبحوث في التعليم العالي

The study aimed to identify the reality of the employment of artificial intelligence and its relationship with the quality of performance of Jordanian universities from the point of view of the faculty members. The study sample consisted of (370) faculty members, and the descriptive correlational approach was used, and a three-part questionnaire was developed; The first: includes demographic data, and the second: to measure the degree of artificial intelligence employment, consisting of (33) items distributed over the administrative and academic domains, and the third: to measure the degree of quality performance of Jordanian universities, consisting of (28) items, which validity ...


The Relationships Among Locus Of Control, The Impostor Phenomenon, And Math Anxiety In Business Majors, Tiffany L. S. Tovey, Stephanie Kelly, Wiley Brown 2022 University of North Carolina at Greensboro

The Relationships Among Locus Of Control, The Impostor Phenomenon, And Math Anxiety In Business Majors, Tiffany L. S. Tovey, Stephanie Kelly, Wiley Brown

International Journal for Business Education

The importance of quantitative literacy in business education cannot be overstated. A barrier to enhancing quantitative skills for many business majors is their math anxiety, an angst some individuals experience when working with numbers. This study explored the relationship between math anxiety, locus of control, and impostor phenomenon in business students. 220 business students (undergraduate and graduate) from a two moderately sized southeastern universities in the United States participated in an online survey that assessed these three phenomena. A linear regression was run to understand the relationships among the variables. The results indicated that more than one fifth of math ...


Digital Contact Tracing And Privacy, Mahdi Nasereddin, Edward J. Glantz, Galen A. Grimes, Joanne Peca, Michelle Gordon, Mike Bartolacci 2022 The Pennsylvania State University

Digital Contact Tracing And Privacy, Mahdi Nasereddin, Edward J. Glantz, Galen A. Grimes, Joanne Peca, Michelle Gordon, Mike Bartolacci

Journal of Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice

Digital contact tracing tools were developed to decrease the spread of COVID-19 by supplementing traditional manual methods. Although these tools have great potential, they were developed rather quickly resulting in tools with varying levels of success. The main issues with these tools are over privacy and who might have access to the information gathered. In general, their effectiveness varied globally, where users expressed privacy concerns associated with sharing identity, illness, and location information. This paper reviews these issues in deployments across Asia, Europe, and the United States. The goal is to begin a discussion that improves the design and development ...


Security Simulations In Undergraduate Education: A Review, Joseph Simpson, Aaron Brantly 2022 Virginia Tech

Security Simulations In Undergraduate Education: A Review, Joseph Simpson, Aaron Brantly

Journal of Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice

Several decades of research in simulation and gamification in higher education shows that simulations are highly effective in improving a range of outcomes for students including declarative knowledge and interest in the topic being taught. While there appears to be a broad array of options to provide education in an undergraduate setting related to security, no previous reviews have explored computer-based simulations covering all facets of security. Given the increasing importance and adoption of interdisciplinary educational programs, it is important to take stock of simulations as a tool to broaden the range of problems, perspectives, and solutions presented to students ...


Using Data Mining Techniques To Improving Key Performance Indicators, ASSEM KHALAF AHMED doctorassam@hotmail.com, Assem.Khalaf21@commerce.helwan.edu.eg 2022 Business Information Systems Department Faculty of commerce Helwan University Cairo, Egypt

Using Data Mining Techniques To Improving Key Performance Indicators, Assem Khalaf Ahmed Doctorassam@Hotmail.Com, Assem.Khalaf21@Commerce.Helwan.Edu.Eg

Future Computing and Informatics Journal

The study provides a framework for improving the most key performance indicators and arranging them according to the degree of impact in order to enhance decision-making, speed and increase accuracy in data analysis, reduce mismanagement and time to take appropriate decisions a timely manner and ensure that the organization is moving towards achieving its goals, through one of the techniques of business intelligence (Data Mining and Knowledge discovery) and choosing the best technique that can be used to improve the key performance indicators.


The Acceptance And Use Of Online Learning By Law Students In A South African University: An Application Of The Utaut2 Model, Jameson Goto, Anzanilufuno Munyai 2022 University of Johannesburg

The Acceptance And Use Of Online Learning By Law Students In A South African University: An Application Of The Utaut2 Model, Jameson Goto, Anzanilufuno Munyai

The African Journal of Information Systems

COVID-19 forced many universities to shift from traditional face-to-face or blended learning, to full online learning. The sudden shift was not easy for both students and lecturers, who had to adapt to the new learning mode. This study aimed to evaluate the acceptance and use of online learning of university students in the law faculty at a South African university during the COVID-19 pandemic. The study employs the extended unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT2) model particularised to the online learning context in a country with a developing economy. An online survey was administered to the student ...


Quantum Machine Learning For Credit Scoring, N. SCHETAKIS, D. AGHAMALYAN, M. BOGUSLAVSKY, A. REES, Marc RAKOTOMALALA, Paul GRIFFIN 2022 Quantum Innovation, Greece

Quantum Machine Learning For Credit Scoring, N. Schetakis, D. Aghamalyan, M. Boguslavsky, A. Rees, Marc Rakotomalala, Paul Griffin

Research Collection School Of Computing and Information Systems

In this paper we explore the use of quantum machine learning (QML) applied to credit scoring for small and medium size businesses (SMEs). A quantum/classical hybrid approach has been used for two years of experimentation with several models, activation functions, epochs, other parameters. Results are shown from the best model, using two quantum classifiers and a classical neural network, applied to data for companies in Singapore. We observe significantly more efficient training for the quantum models over the classical models for comparable prediction performance. Practical issues are also explored including a quadratic computational slow down with the number of ...


Indonesian Accounting Students’ Self-Confidence To Adopt Artificial Intelligence (Ai), Gina Andani, Lindrianasari Lindrianasari, Reni Oktavia, Ratna Septiyanti 2022 University of Lampung

Indonesian Accounting Students’ Self-Confidence To Adopt Artificial Intelligence (Ai), Gina Andani, Lindrianasari Lindrianasari, Reni Oktavia, Ratna Septiyanti

Jurnal Akuntansi dan Keuangan Indonesia

The development of artificial intelligence (AI) in accounting as the impact of industrial revolution 4.0 has raised various concerns regarding the future of accountants and the possibility that accountants will be replaced by AI. Businesses are continuously adopting AI globally and particularly in Indonesia, AI adoption raises concerns that accountants will be replaced with AI due to the lack of competence to work with AI. A descriptive study with a quantitative approach was conducted in January 2021 by distributing questionnaires that collected a convenience sample of 476 respondents from universities across Indonesia. The required criteria of respondents are the ...


Privacy In Online Communities: How Control And Assurances Influence Intention To Disclose Personal Information, Oscar E. Lopez Arizaga 2022 University of Massachusetts Amherst

Privacy In Online Communities: How Control And Assurances Influence Intention To Disclose Personal Information, Oscar E. Lopez Arizaga

Doctoral Dissertations

Online Health Communities provide a rich, context-specific scenario for the study of privacy, which promises to enhance our knowledge of this complex phenomena. Online communities are only successful to the extent that individuals join and participate in the communities, and privacy concerns are a barrier to this success. In this dissertation, the privacy calculus and the agentic perspective of social cognitive theory provide the theoretical foundation for studying privacy in online communities.

The first study represents a comprehensive literature review of online privacy in IS. Several research opportunities are found in the literature including limited empirical work on the roles ...


Exploring Consumer Mobile Payment Adoption: A Multi-Country Study, Yu-Chun Pan, Aimee Jacobs, Chekfoung Tan, Jasmine Tehraini 2022 New College of the Humanities, Northeastern University

Exploring Consumer Mobile Payment Adoption: A Multi-Country Study, Yu-Chun Pan, Aimee Jacobs, Chekfoung Tan, Jasmine Tehraini

Communications of the IIMA

The increasing popularity of mobile technologies is reshaping human activities including financial transactions. This research focuses on the use and acceptance of NFC-enabled proximity mobile payment (m-payment). This research builds on previous research highlighting the various factors influencing the use and acceptance of m-payment through the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) and Diffusion of Innovation of (DoI). The results indicate a statistically significant relationship between compatibility, personal innovativeness, and behavioural intention to use m-payment. The findings of this study confirm the influence of external factors, i.e., compatibility and personal innovativeness, determines the end-users’ perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use ...


Editorial, Michael E. Whitman, Herbert J. Mattord, Hossain Shahriar 2022 Kennesaw State University

Editorial, Michael E. Whitman, Herbert J. Mattord, Hossain Shahriar

Journal of Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice

Since 2016, it has been the mission of the Journal of Cybersecurity Education, Research, and Practice (JCERP) to be a premier outlet for high-quality information security and cybersecurity-related articles of interest to teaching faculty and students. This is the 12th edition of the (JCERP) and, as ever, we are seeking authors who produce high-quality research and practice-oriented articles focused on the development and delivery of information security and cybersecurity curriculum, innovation in applied scholarship, and industry best practices in information security and cybersecurity in the enterprise for double-blind review and publication. The journal invites submissions on Information Security, Cybersecurity ...


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