Delivering of enterprise resource planning (SAP R/3) curriculum using e-learning resources

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Hawking, Paul and McCarthy, Brendan (2001) Delivering of enterprise resource planning (SAP R/3) curriculum using e-learning resources. In: The Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems 2001, Seoul, Korea, June 2001. Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems . Korea Society of Management Information Systems, Seoul, South Korea.


Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems offer a software-based system that handles an enterprise’s total information system needs in an integrated fashion. Such systems have seen a phenomenal growth in the last decade in the US, Europe and Australian markets. With the recent upturn in South-East Asian economies, an increase in demand for ERP systems is expected and opportunities clearly exist for provision of high-qu ality ERP education programs in this region. This paper describes the issues and barriers associated with integrating ERP systems into university curricula. It outlines the experiences of Victoria University in offering ERP education through a strategic alliance with SAP. The University is extending its offshore programs by incorporating ERP education to take advantag e of the current increase in demand of ERP employment opportunities in the South East Asian region. The proposed ERP eLearning Model incorporates fo ur different technologies for the delivery of ERP education via the Internet. Each technological solution is discussed and advantages identified with possible future research developments put forward. --PACIS 2001

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Item type Book Section
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Subjects Historical > FOR Classification > 1303 Specialist Studies in Education
Historical > Faculty/School/Research Centre/Department > School of Management and Information Systems
Keywords enterprise resource planning systems, e-learning, application service provider, computer education, business information systems, educational technologies, business studies, Central Point, iTutor, virtual classroom, ASP, application service provision, Victoria University, Melbourne
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