MIS365 1 - Intro - MIS365 Data Communications & Networking...

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MIS365 Jerry Malcolm
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Course Objectives To teach the basics of networking Geared toward the knowledge level required for someone pursuing an MIS career To teach the basic concepts of the Internet To provide the knowledge required to make informed and financially sound recommendations and business decisions relating to the IT area of an enterprise.
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Instructor Jerry Malcolm Email Jerry.Malcolm@mccombs.utexas.edu Office – CBA 3.418 Office hours MW 12:00-12:30pm MW 3:30-4:00pm (by appointment)
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Biography Originally from Wichita Falls, Texas BS EE 1974 MS EE 1977 IBM 1977-2008 Senior Software Engineer Internet Architect Customer solutions Worldwide SWAT team for Websphere Process Server 49 U. S. Patents IBM “Master Inventor” Professor in University of Texas McCombs Business School (2008- )
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Biography (continued) 2 nd Generation Video Productions www.2gvp.com Owner/CEO/CIO Camera/Editor/Producer Marketing/Sales 2007 WEVA International Creative Excellence Award Winner JWMHosting www.jwmhosting.com Owner/CEO Web hosting Author of complete small business solution web application suite Online Video/Photo Bridal Registry www.videobridalregistry.com & www.photobridalregistry.com Author of bridal registry web application
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Your Objectives? What are your objectives and goals for this class? What is your definition of “Success” for this class?
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My Objectives I’ve been entrusted with a portion of your success story I have two goals To teach the information To convince you that you need to know it Convince you that a problem needs to be solved Convince you that you may end up being the one that needs to solve it
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Career Relevance Business-centric MIS students Technical-centric MIS students By design, this class is more technical My promise to the less-technical students: I will only present technical information that is relevant to the careers of MIS majors Information will be filtered appropriately to match the requirements for someone with an MIS background.
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Teaching Style “Anchor” approach Every piece of information is built on (anchored to) a known piece of information Analogies
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Textbook, Resources There is no textbook for this course Audio from all lectures will be available via podcast If you have iTunes installed: itpc:// mis365.jwmhosting.com /fall09/podcast.xml If you do not have iTunes installed: http:// mis365.jwmhosting.com /fall09/podcast.xml Powerpoints from all lectures will be available on Blackboard
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Grades? Grades are important
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course MIS 365 taught by Professor Malcolm during the Spring '09 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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MIS365 1 - Intro - MIS365 Data Communications & Networking...

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