IS '97 model curriculum: where do enterprise resource planning systems fit?

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Shackleton, Peter, Ramp, Adrian and Hawking, Paul (2000) IS '97 model curriculum: where do enterprise resource planning systems fit? In: The Proceedings ISECON 2000 : Information Systems Education Conference : let liberty ring : learning from the past and applying it to the future of IS education, Adam's Mark Hotel, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA, November 9-12, 2000. Colton, Don, Caouette, Judy and Raggad, Bel, eds. Association of Information Technology Professionals, Chicago, Illinois.


As businesses world-wide begin to adopt Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems in increasing numbers, academics are deciding how to utilise these types of systems in Information Systems (IS) curricula. Alliances with some of the ERP vendors have enabled some universities to develop innovative courses and subjects. Nevertheless, the limited research in this area has only outlined case studies or examples of ERP use in IS. In this paper we outline how ERP systems can be incorporated into a broad IS curriculum model such as IS’97 thus providing a guide to institutions that may be contemplating the use of ERP in their curriculum.

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Paper 124

Item type Book Section
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Subjects Historical > FOR Classification > 1302 Curriculum and Pedagogy
Historical > FOR Classification > 1303 Specialist Studies in Education
Historical > Faculty/School/Research Centre/Department > School of Management and Information Systems
Keywords ERP, business information systems, educational technologies, universities, model curriculum, Victoria University, Melbourne
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