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Module 1: Technology, Organizations, and  Opportunities Lecture 1: Introduction to BUSMIS 1060 Dr. Russ Robbins [email protected]
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Learn about each other Understand course and why course is valuable for your  future. Practice first assignment if time.
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Look at Extended Learning Modules J and K  (in text or on link in courseweb) Read Chapters 1 and 2 Read IT Value Management White Paper
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IS Use Assessment by Wednesday, 1/19 Two Wednesdays from Now– Listen closely about IS  Use Assessment Assignment Quiz 1 by 1/24 (MW) or 1/26(W) before class Database Systems 1 by 1/31(MW) or 2/2 (W)
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Please answer the question… Information Systems is/are … 3 answers (use 1, 2, and 3 on sheets I’ve given you.) At least one positive At least one negative …so why are we here…
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I need to know who you are… (A) What is your major? (B) What is your ideal job/career?  (C ) What do you think is fascinating? (D) What is one thing in the world around you that  you would work to change if you could?
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My background Your future Course Objectives Course Activities Course Project Course Infrastructure IS in Action
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Degrees Finance Accounting Information Technology Engineering Experience Accounting Systems Analysis Project Management Teaching Research
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(E) What are you going to be when you graduate?
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