Unless otherwise indicated, all papers have undergone blind external review by three or more reviewers.
    Types of Papers: A Best Paper, Regular Paper, Short Paper, Informal Paper, Unrefereed Panel Paper

    1. Saeed Seyed Agha Banihashemi, Connection of Old and New Mathematics on Works of Islamic Mathematician with a Look to Role of History of Mathematics on Education of Mathematics, 0001-0005

    2. Yoshinori Fujio, Building a Regional Community with IT: The Practical IT Education in My Case, 0007-0016

    3. Jui-lin Wang and Feng-Hsiung Hou, Research on the Relationship between the Internet Usages and the Organizational Performance in the Taiwanese E-commerce Business Organization, 0017-0025

    4. Heinz Dreher, Hypertext and Managing Knowledge, 0027-0033

    5. Kety Jáuregui and Rafael Andreu, E-Learning in a Financial Institution, 0035-0044

    6. Ong Chin Eang, B2C E-Commerce Trust in Redress Mechanism (Cross Border Issues), 0045-0051

    7. Leong Chee Hoong and and Lee Sai Peck, RepCom: A Customisable Report Generator Component System using XML-driven, Component-based Development Approach, 0053-0061

    8. Seppo Sirkemaa, Learning Environment in the Digital Age: Supporting the Student, 0063-0067

    9. Fons Wijnhoven, Edwin van den Belt, Eddy Verbruggen, and Paul van der Vet, Internal Data Market Services: An Ontology-Based Architecture and Its Evaluation, 0069-0082

    10. Richard Alan Hodgett, The Acceptance of Object-Oriented Development Methodologies in Australian Organizations and the Place of UML in Information Systems Programs, 0083-0086

    11. J.P. McCarthy, Digital Knowledge and Print Preservation: Future Possibilities for Remote Storage, 0087-0096

    12. Meliha Handzic, Felix Tjandrawibawa and Julia Yeo, How Neural Networks Can Help Loan Officers to Make Better Informed Application Decisions, 0097-0108

    13. Alex Koohang and Edward Weiss, Misinformation: Toward Creating a Prevention Framework, 0109-0115

    14. Kay Fielden, Where Do IT Staff Position Themselves: A Case Study Exploring Common Ground, 0117-0126

    15. Kay Fielden, Fact or Fiction: Qualitative Research Results in Information Systems, 0127-0134

    16. Elizabeth A. McDaniel, Facilitating Cross-Boundary Leadership in Emerging E-Government Leaders, 0135-0142

    17. Julia Alpert Gladstone, Determining Jurisdiction In Cyberspace: The "Zippo" Test or the 'Effects" Test?, 0153-0156

    18. Iwona Miliszewska and Anne Venables, 'Informees' as Informers? An Approach to Effective Informing, 0157-0164

    19. Iwona Miliszewska, John Horwood and Albert McGill, Transnational Education through Engagement: Students' Perspective, 0165-0173

    20. Dirk Frosch-Wilke, Using UML in Software Requirements Analysis - Experiences from Practical Student Project Work, 0175-0183

    21. Jana Dospisil, Measuring Code Complexity in Projects Designed with Aspect/J, 0185-0197

    22. David Jones, Teresa Lynch, and Kieren Jamieson, Emergent Development of Web-based Education, 0199-0211

    23. Stuart Garner, Learning Resources and Tools to Aid Novices Learn Programming, 0213-0222

    24. Kevin A Johnston, The Answer is to Question, 0223-0228

    25. Jana Dospisil and Arin Khemngoen, Measuring the Complexity of Mobile Agents Designed with Aspect/J, 0229-0237

    26. Vijay V. Raghavan, An Exploration of Individual Differences in Synthesizing Entity-Relationship Data Models, 0239-0248

    27. Zbigniew J. Gackowski, Case and Real-Life Problem-Based Experiential Learning with Information System Projects, 0249-0256

    28. Masafumi Kotani, Enterprise Software Portfolio Management:: An IT Decision-making Framework, 0257-0263

    29. Andries Barnard,Corné de Ridder, Laurette Pretorius, and Eli Cohen, Integrating Computer Ethics into the Computing Curriculum: A Framework for Implementation, 0265-0279

    30. Keith Whittington, A Project Designed to Assess Overall Programming Skills, 0281-0292

    31. Wallace Koehler and Vera Blair, Distance Education in Library and Information Science Discipline: The Valdosta State University Case, 0293-0300

    32. Choong Y. Lee, A New Marketing Strategy For E-Commerce, 0301-0307

    33. Offer Drori, Display of Search Results in Google-based Yahoo! vs. LCC&K Interfaces: A Comparison Study, 0309-0320

    34. Herman Koppelman and Betsy van Dijk, Inherent Flexibility of a Web-based Course in User Interface Design, 0321-0328

    35. Isola Ajiferuke, Role of Information Professionals in Knowledge Management Programs : Empirical Evidence from Canada, 0329-0339

    36. Supot Nitsuwat and J. Srisomphun, Security in CAI Materials by Embedding Digital Watermarks, 0341-0341

    37. Liljana Ferbar and Peter Trkman, Impact of Information Technology on Mathematics Education - A Slovenian Experience, 0343-0353

    38. Gary Griffiths and Briony J. Oates, Lecture-Free Teaching for Systems Analysis: An Action Research Study, 0355-0365

    39. Janina Jakubczyc, Violetta Galant, and Maria Mach, The Client-informing Policy in E-commerce System, 0367-0376

    40. Ned Kock, Robert Aiken, David Dalton, David Elesh, Anthony Ranere, and Cheryl Sandas, Team Teaching an Advanced Computer Fluency Course: A Composite Perspective, 0377-0383

    41. Peter Trkman and Peter Baloh, Use of a Model for Information Technology Education, 0385-0398

    42. Guttorm Sindre, Daniel Moody, Terje Brasethvik, and Arne Solvberg, Students' Peer-Review in Modelling Exercises, 0399-0406

    43. H. David Brecht, Suzanne M. Ogilby, and Eugene Sauls, Self-Study Interactive Lectures, 0407-0420

    44. Hanafizan Hussain, Jamilin Jais, and Zarina Abdul Rahman, Preparing Educators Towards Educational Technology: Empirical Study of Students' and Educators' Perception in Learning Programming Languages, 0421-0425

    45. Francis Suraweera, Enhancing the Quality of Learning and Understanding of First Year Mathematics for Computer Science Related Majors, 0427-0435

    46. Abdullah Gani and Gordon Manson, Towards a Self-Healing Network in Controlling Access to Network Applications, 0437-0443

    47. Seppo Sirkemaa, Mastering Development of Networks: Critical Skills and Knowledge, 0445-0453

    48. Renay Buchanan and Robert McDougall, Techniques for Mirroring Practice Online, 0455-0465

    49. Julian Terry and Craig Standing, The Value of User Participation in E-Commerce Systems Development, 0467-0480

    50. Janice E. Whatley, An Agent System to Support Student Teams Working Online, 0481-0490

    51. Dimitar Christozov and Plamen Mateev, Warranty as a Factor for E-commerce Success, 0491-0495

    52. Peter Baloh and Peter Trkman, Influence of Internet and Information Technology on Work and Human Resource Management, 0497-0506

    53. Carmen de Pablos and M. Juliana López, The Experience of Information Distribution in a Distance Learning University: The Spanish Case, 0507-0522

    54. Nina Evans, Informing Clients in Education about Instructional Offerings and Careers in the ICT Industry, 0532-0535

    55. Gavin Russell, Ian Pitt and Gary Couse, Experiences Developing Low-cost Courseware for an On-site Taught M.Sc. Course, 0537-0546

    56. Robert A. Schultz, The Effectiveness of Online Synchronous Discussion, 0547-0558

    57. W J. Taylor, G. X Zhu, J. Dekkers and S. Marshall, Socio Economic Factors Affecting Home Internet Usage Patterns in Central Queensland, 0559-0571

    58. W J. Taylor, G. X Zhu, J. Dekkers and S. Marshall, Factors Affecting Home Internet Use in Central Queensland, 0573-0588

    59. Frank Kurzel, Jill Slay, and Kim Hagenus, Personalising the Learning Environment, 0589-0596

    60. Zoraini Wati Abas, Nafsiah Shamsuddin, and Phua Kai Lit, How Prepared are Malaysian Nurses for Online Distance Learning?, 0597-0608

    61. Matthew Mitchell, Possible, Probable and Preferable Futures of the Digital Divide, 0609-0627

    62. Marlenne Angulo and Marco Turrubiartes, On-Line Education in Computer Networks Courses. Study Case: UABC University, México, 0629-0635

    63. Marlenne Angulo and Marco Turrubiartes, Differentiated Service in IP Networks Using Voice and Data Applications, 0637-0642

    64. Fauzy Wan, Blending Theoretical and Practical Experiences for a Multimedia Development Graduate Course, 0643-0647

    65. Tony Jewels and Christine Bruce, Using a Case Method Approach in an IT Project ManagementCurriculum: A Long Look over the Shoulder of a Practitioner at Work, 0649-0661

    66. Silvia Covacio, Misinformation: Understanding the Evolution of Deception, 0663-0670

    67. Bruce Kneale and Ilona Box, A Virtual Learning Environment for Real-World Networking, 0671-0683

    68. Nicholas Ourusoff, Using Jackson Structured Programming (JSP) and Jackson Workbench to Teach Program Design, 0685-0697

    69. Helen Partridge and Gillian Hallam, Technology and the Human Dimension: Using Web-Based Technology to Develop and Record Generic Capabilities. A Library and Information Studies Case Study, 0699-0712

    70. Lawrence Schmitt and James Aflaki, Developing Real World/Virtual World Hands-on Experiments for IT Students, 0713-0722

    71. Evelyn McLellan and Mark Stansfield, An Evaluation into the Role of Online learning in Enhancing the Delivery of an eBusiness related Masters Course, 0723-0736

    72. Mark Stansfield and Kevin Grant, Barriers to the Take-Up of Electronic Commerce among Small-Medium Sized Enterprises, 0737-0745

    73. Anita Greenhill and Gordon Fletcher, Utilising Equipment Matrices for Information Technology in Primary Education Policy, 0747-0758

    74. Witold Abramowicz, Tomasz Kaczmarek, and Marek Kowalkiewicz, E-Collaboration System Designed to Improve Learning Processes, 0759-0766

    75. Edward P. Holden, Technology Transfer - The Human Side of IT, 0767-0777

    76. Cynthia E. Irvine and Michael F. Thompson, Teaching Objectives of a Simulation Game for Computer Security, 0779-0791

    77. Offer Drori, Using Text Analysis to Inform Clients of the Subject of a Document, 0793-0803

    78. Laura Bergström, Kaj J. Grahn, Krister Karlström, Göran Pulkkis, and Peik Åström, A Virtual Course on Network Security, 0805-0827

    79. Elizabeth Hobson and Carmen Joham, Problem Based Group Learning in IT in Higher Education: Reflection and Experiences, 0829-0834

    80. Rodney Turner, IS Skills of Business Students in Transition from Secondary to Tertiary Studies, 0835-0842

    81. Silvia Covacio, Technolgical Problems Associated with Subcutaneous Microchips for Human Identification (SMHI), 0843-0853

    82. Celina Olszak and Ewa Ziemba, Business Intelligence as a Key to Management of an Enterprise, 0855-0863

    83. Davood Askarany and Malcolm Smith, The Relationship between Technological Innovation, Activity Based Costing and Business Size, 0865-0882

    84. Ann Monday, Embedding the Graduate Quality ‘Collaborative Working’ into the Curriculum through Reflective Learning, 0883-0893

    85. David A Banks, Collaborative Learning as a Vehicle for Learning about Collaboration, 0895-0903

    86. David A Banks, Misinformation as a Starting Point for Critical Thinking, 0905-0912

    87. Malgorzata Nycz and Barbara Smok, Intelligent Support for Decision-Making: A Conceptual Model, 0913-0922

    88. Elsa Naudé and Tertia Hörne, Investigating Suggestions for Increasing the Throughput Rate of IS Students, 0923-0929

    89. ME Herselman and HR Hay, Challenges Posed by Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for South African Higher Education Institutions, 0931-0943

    90. ME Herselman, ICT in Rural Areas in South Africa: Various Case Studies, 0945-0955

    91. Elsje Scott, Alexander Zadirov, Sean Feinberg, and Ruwanga Jayakody, The Alignment of Software Testing Skills of IS Students with Industry Practices - A South African Perspective., 0957-0967

    92. Sho Hanaoka, A Study on the Relevance between the Progress of IT and Business Ethics in Typical Japanese Organizations, 0969-0979

    93. Nils Heyer and Jorge Marx Gómez, Concept and Development of an Internet-based Newspaper for Students at the Technical University of Clausthal, 0981-0990

    94. Virginia Anne Taylor and Caroline M. Coughlin, Learning From Colleagues: A Small World Study of Strategies Used in Information Technology Infused Distance Education, 0991-0996

    95. Shahram Amiri, Rethinking Social and Economic Development: Promoting Digital Literacy, 0997-1005

    96. Christina Silveira, A Knowledge-Based Risk Management for the Utility Business Service Model, 1007-1017

    97. Niranjala D. Weerakkody, More Dominant in their Inactivity: Consumer Response and the Adoption of Digital TV in Australia, 1019-1029

    98. Kari Kallinen, Using Sounds to Present and Manage Information in Computers, 1031-1043

    99. Paul Sturges and Anne Griffin, The Archaeologist Undeceived, 1045-1056

    100. Robert MacDougall, Information, Interactivity, and the Prospects of a Global Citizenry: An Inquiry into the Nature and Function of Online News, 1057-1076

    101. Hanafizan Hussain, Zarina Che Embi and Samsuri Hashim, A Conceptualised Framework for Edutainment, 1077-1083

    102. Kam Hou Vat, On the Idea of Knowledge Synthesis in the Context of Organization Transformation, 1085-1100

    103. L. von Hellens, S.H. Nielsen, and J. Beekhuyzen, An Exploration of Dualisms in Female Perceptions of IT Work, 1101-1112

    104. Hanne-Lovise Skartveit, Katherine J. Goodnow and Magnhild Viste, Visualized System Dynamics models as Information and Planning Tools, 1113-1128

    105. Alf Steinar Sætre, Larry D. Browning, Keri Stephens, and Jan Oddvar Sørnes, Organizational Members’ Enactment of Organizational Environments and Media Use: A Study of ICT Practices in Norway and the United States, 1129-1144

    106. Michael Gendron and A.T. Jarmoszko, Teaching Data Communications and Networking to School of Business Undergraduates: A Pedagogical Framework for Juxtaposing Theory and Practice, 1145-1153

    107. Jan-Oddvar Soernes, Keri Stephens, Alf Steinar Saetre, and Larry Browning, Leveling Differences and Reinforcing Similarities: The Interaction between Information and Communication Technologies and National Culture, 1157-1181

    108. Krzysztof Hauke, Mievzyslaw L. Owoc, and Maciej Pondel, Building Data Mining Models in the Oracle 9i Environment, 1183-1191

    109. Mieczyslaw L. Owoc, Knowledgebases: A Management Context and Development Determinants, 1193-1199

    110. Joe McDonagh and David Coghlan, Exploring the Role of Academia in Nurturing IT-Enabled Business Change, 1201-1210

    111. Amela Karahasanovic, Is it Ethical to Log Users’ Actions in Software Engineering Experiments?, 1211-1214

    112. Irendra Radjawali, Towards Decentralization in Indonesia: Electronic Government in te Vanishing of Distance: The Papua (Irian Jaya) Province Case, 1215-1220

    113. Janette Moody, Making Databases Relevant in the Accounting Information Systems Course: Exercises for the Classroom, 1221-1225

    114. Corinne Montandon and Marianne Zentriegen, Applications of Customer Focused E-Learning, 1227-1237

    115. Gail Thornburg, Sparse Design: Cross-Disciplinary Communications in Software Development, 1239-1247

    116. Tracy Callaway Russo, Relational Communication Behaviors and Related Outcomes in an Online Class, 1249-1258

    117. Antonio Cartelli, Misinforming, Misunderstanding, Misconceptions: What Informing Science Can Do, 1259-1273

    118. Kimberley Leahy, Literature Review: Communication Infrastructure and Wireless Communication in Estonia, 1275-1283

    119. Jacob J. Podber, Bridging the Digital Divide in Rural Appalachia: Internet Usage in the Mountains, 1285-1297

    120. Linda M. Gallant, Gloria M. Boone, and Gregg Almquist, Wireless Organizational Communication: A Framework for Communicative Informatics, 1299-1310

    121. Marilyn Ford and Jenny Morice, Using Micro Management Techniques to Overcome Problems in Group Assignments, 1311-1321

    122. Fjodor Ruzic, Web And AI Convergence: Society Intelligence Through Web Intelligence, 1323-1335

    123. Sudesh M. Duggal and Sveta Revinova, Competing in the Information Economy, 1337-1343

    124. A.T. Jarmoszko, Olga Petkova, and Michael Gendron, Toward Assessment of Information Systems Programs: Evaluating Learning Outcomes in Systems Analysis and Design Courses, 1345-1351

    125. Boris Roussev, Teaching Introduction to Programming as Part of the IS Component of the Business Curriculum, 1353-1360

    126. Glen Linton Van Der Vyver and Michael Lane, Using the New Generation of IS Development Techniques in Effective Group Learning: A Pilot Study of a Team-Based Approach in an IT Course, 1361-1373

    127. Karen Neville and Philip Powell, Securing Security through Education, 1375-1383

    128. Sudesh Duggal and Charles Mastruserio, Survey of Masters Degree Program, 1385-1395

    129. Christopher August, Looking for Ishi: Insurgent Movements through the Yahi Landscape, 1397-1404

    130. Teh Ying Wah and Zaitun Abu Bakar, Investigating the Status of Data Mining in Practice, 1405-1413

    131. Michael Berry, Donal Carbaugh, and Marjatta Nurmikari-Berry, Discovering and Interpreting Meaning in Finnish and American Codes of Communication, 1415-1422

    132. Shawn A. Ross, Teaching Information Technology to a non-Technical Audience: A Graduate Course on IT for the Historical Profession, 1423-1430

    133. Nathan Vivian and Fay Sudweeks, Social Networks in Transnational and Virtual Communities, 1431-1437

    134. Fay Sudweeks, Promoting Cooperation and Collaboration in a Web-based Learning Environment, 1439-1446

    135. Terence Love and Trudi Cooper, Designing Online Information Systems for Portfolio-Based Assessment: Design Criteria and Heuristics, 1447-1462

    136. David McGuire, The Use of Clusters to Build an ICT Industry, 1463-1472

    137. Louise Montgomery, Bush, the Media & the New American Way, 1473-1507

    138. Đurđica Tezak, Digital Textbooks with Workbooks for Elementary and Secondary Education, 1509-1512

    139. Miroslav Tudjman and Nives Mikelic, Information Science: Science about Information, Misinformation and Disinformation, 1513-1527

    140. Christopher Lueg, Spam and Anti-Spam Measures: A Look at Potential Impacts, 1529-1538

    141. Rod Carvath, Xin-An Lu, and others, Panel on: Maintaining Identity in the Virtual World, 1543-1544

    142. Hong Wang and Xin-An (Lucian) Lu, Panel on: Maintaining Identity in the Virtual World Paper Title: Virtual Fraud and Misinformation in the New Age: Revisiting Grice’s Cooperative Principle, 1545-1551

    143. Xin-An (Lucian) Lu and Hong Wang, Panel on: The Problems and Prospects of Teaching in the Digital Age Paper Title: Personally Authenticating the Digital Divide, 1553-1560

    144. Mary Elizabeth Bezanson, Kenneth J. Levine, Susan B. Kretchmer, and others, Panel on: The Creation and Distortion of Communication through Information Technology, 1561-1562

    145. Kenneth J. Levine, Panel on: The Creation and Distortion of Communication through Information Technology Paper Title: Misinformation published on the Internet: It's time to update the Sullivan Rule, 1563-1571

    146. Mary Elizabeth Bezanson, Panel on: The Creation and Distortion of Communication through Information Technology Paper Title: Can You Say That? Communication Contours of Cybersmear, 1572-1579

    147. Pamela J. Kalbfleisch and Valina K. Eckley, Facilitating Mentoring Relationships: The Case for New Technology, 1581-1590

    148. Rod Carveth, Susan Kretchmer, and others, Panel on: Engaging Communities: The Role of ICTs, 1591-1592

    149. Susan Kretchmer, Xin-An Lu, and others, Panel on: The Problems and Prospects of Teaching in the Digital Age, 1593-1594

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