|課程中文名稱||管理資訊系統||課程英文名稱||Management Information System|
|This course, Management Information System (MIS), is a required course taught in an all English environment, which also belongs to the two full English-teaching certificate programs offered by the College of Management.
Since the students have a prior knowledge from the Introduction to Information Management in the freshman year, the lecture will focus on the textbook cases in addition to the class Q&A on the book content. Plus, we have class group presentation with Q&A, Peer Evaluation System (PES-http://pes.nuk.edu.tw) online Q&A
This year, we will focus on voting your learning style using IRS (Instant Response Systems) via your own mobile devices and building your team activities. You can vote for learning the book chapter content taught by professor, presented by classmates, or previewed by yourself, as well as vote for open-book test or not? Two teambuilding activities include a short one conducted in classroom and a search the ballons using after-class time. Meanwhile, each group will be responsible live broadcasting and photos takings (MIS at NUK ) for one other group's presentation.
The objective is to immerse the students in an English learning environment for IM topics.
|This schedule is subject to changes:
Wk01 09.14 Introduction to this class & Chapter 1 Opening Case & homework-create your own profile in elearningV2 platform with personal photo, impressive skills, one-word describing yourself, and surprising facts about yourself not known by your NUK classmates
Wk02 09.21 Part I: Chapter 1 -Information Systems in the Digital Age Chapter one - Business Information Systems in Your Career
Wk03 09.28 Teacher's Day Chapter 2 - E-Business: How Business Use Information Systems
Wk04 10.5 12.9 Chapter 3 - Achieving Competitive Advantage with Information Systems + teambuilding activity
Wk05 10.12 Chapter three & Part II: Information Technology Infrastructure: Chapter 4 - IT Infrastructure: Hardware and Software
Wk06 10.19 Chapter four + Group 1 presentation
Wk07 10.26 Chapter 5-Foundations of Business Intelligence: Databases and Information Management + Group 2 presentation
Wk08 11.2 & Chapter 6 -Telecommunications, the Internet, and Wireless Technology + Group 3 Presentation
Wk09 11.09 Midterm Exam
Wk10 11.16 finish Ch6 + Group 4 Presentation + SIC ballon-searching competition 11/18-11/20
Wk11 11.23 Chapter 7 - Securing Information Systems
Wk12 11.30 Chapter 7 & Chapter 8- Achieving Operational Excellence and Customer Intimacy: Enterprise Applications + Group 5 Presentation
Wk13 12.07 Chapter 8 + Group 6 Presentation
Wk14 12.14 Part III: Key System Applications for the Digital Age: Chapter 9 + Group 7 Presentation
Wk15 12.21 Chapter 10-Improving Decision Making and Managing Knowledge + Group 8 Presentation
Wk16 12.28 Part IV: Building and Managing Systems: 1.6 Chapter 12 - Ethical and Social Issues in Information Systems
Wk17 01.04 Review
Wk18 01.11 Final Exam
The students will be divided into 8 groups each with 6 members for the 1-hour group presentation throughout this semester.
Each group is responsible for any one project in the Hands-One MIS project, the 2nd Interactive session (case), and Dirk-Bike running case provided by the teacher in the first 8 chapters of the textbook.
The 1-hour presentation includes the three-subject presentations, class Q&A and IRS Q&As, .
After the class, all the audience is required to ask at least one questions or give one concrete comment to the presenting group in PES , which will be responded by the presenting group.
|Essentials of Management Information Systems 11th eds. by Laudon and Laudon, Pearson International Edition, 華泰文化
Laudon and Laudon Textbook Companion Website
|Written tests 40% + group presentations with TA feedback 20% + PES Q&A 15% + class attendance and participation (based on PRS records and others) 10% + 3 teambuilding activities 15%
The grading is designed to achieve the core competence setup by our department:
|Tuesday AM and Wendesday AM or by appointment|