Getting information systems research students started
McGill, T.J. (2002) Getting information systems research students started. In: Issues and trends of Information Technology Management in Contemporary Organizations: 2002 IRMA International Conference, 19-22 May 2002 , Seattle, Washington.
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This paper reports on an approach to getting information system research students started. The approach involves beginning research students undertaking a structured group research project in which the instructor is an active participant. The major purpose of this group project is to provide a gentle, supportive, very structured introduction to information systems research. This approach benefits students by ensuring that they have participated in a complete research project before they have to assume complete responsibility for their first large individual project. In general, students have participated well, learning from their own experiences and the experiences of others in the group.
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|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Information Technology|
|Publisher:||Idea Group Publishing|
|Notes:||Published in: "Issues and trends of information technology management in contemporary organizations / [edited by] Mehdi Khosrowpour. Hershey, Pa. : Idea Group, c2002. p497-499|
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