Information Systems in Organizations

MIS 2101.011 – Prof Latko– Summer 1 2017 CRN 1485

Exam Thursday 5/25 4:40pm

  1. Exam is Thursday at regular class time, we will start on time.
  2. Bring a number pencil.
  3. Closed book.
  4. 25 Multiple choice questions.
  5. Half readings/terms/videos/lectures etc
  6. Half on diagram interpretation
  7. Once you finish the exam you can leave, class is over. 
  8. Here is the answer key for the Exam Sample Mini-Case review found in your course packet.  This is a good way to review for the exam to understand format. Exam 1 Activity 01 – Sample Mini-Case Review

Update for 5/18

  1. Please keep in mind that Learn IT 1 is Due on Sunday. Get started ASAP.

2. Please have your completed course packet printed out and brought with you to class.  Please double side your prints. 

3. We have a lot of material to cover on Thursday. 

4. Our first exam will be held in class on 5/25/2017

 

Course Packet

Under COURSE MATERIALS: There is a link to the Course Packet. As part of the first class, you must bring a copy of the Course Packet to class. We will use this course packet every class for credit.  The course packet is the only book you need to bring to class. 

 

For the first class please cover the material posted under the schedule for the first class:  Schedule

MIS2101 Summer 1

Welcome to MIS2101, Information Systems in Organizations.  We will not be using Blackboard for this class.  Instead we’ll be using this site which is hosted by Community.MIS.Temple.Edu.  This site is built on WordPress, a world class open-source blogging tool.  As part of completing the assignments in MIS2101 you will gain some experience with WordPress and other technologies.

Unlike most intro courses, this course has no required textbook.  The traditional textbook has been replaced by a collection of readings and videos that are freely available over the Internet.  Another way you will find this class very different than most classes you will take at any university is that this class is “activity based”.  With this type of class there is far less traditional lecture.  We will used the time that is freed up from lectures to complete in-class activities that help students develop a deeper and more genuine understanding of the material that is discussed during our class discussions.

On this site you will find all of the required course materials including the syllabus, links to the assigned readings, links to assigned videos, assignments and access to your grades for the course.  In addition announcements will be made in class and/or on this site so it is important that you check this site regularly for announcements.

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