Elephant in the classroom: Do information systems professors need to be more techno-savvy than students?
SIGMIS-CPR 2019 - Proceedings of the 2019 Computers and People Research Conference
Information systems education, Instructional theory, Techno-inquiry, Techno-savviness
© 2019 Association for Computing Machinery. Rapid advances in information and computer technologies are a challenge for information systems professors. Not only do these advances frequently make course materials out-of-date, professors may struggles to stay current with popular technology applications. These forces lead to a situation in which students may be more technologically savvy than their professors. This panel offers a variety of perspectives on this issue and its impacts on information systems education.
Li, Yaojie; Sumner, Mary; Van Slyke, Craig; Ferratt, Thomas; and Stafford, Thomas, "Elephant in the classroom: Do information systems professors need to be more techno-savvy than students?" (2019). Faculty Bibliography. 2768.