When teaching in the area of Information Technology, it is necessary to constantly update curriculum, to deal with new challenges brought forth by students, and to modify teaching methods to accommodate these new situations. Challenges of Information Technology Education in the 21st Century strives to address a variety of pertinent questions surrounding the rapidly changing area of IT education, such as: What topics are important for the 21st Century? How does the Internet change the task of teaching? What is the role of the professor in a world of online learning? This exciting new book will be an invaluable resource for educators in the field of information technology.
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Author(s)/Editor(s) BiographyEli B. Cohen, MA, PhD, MS, CDP, CSP, CCP, CQA, CDE, serves as Professor of Computerized Management Information Systems at the Leon Kozminski Academy of Entrepreneurship and Management (Poland) and Director of the Informing Science Institute (U.S.). He is Co-Founder of the Informing Science Journal(http://inform.nu), a refereed academic journal read throughout the world and the Journal of IT Education(http://jite.org). He has taught in Australia, Poland, Slovenia, and the U.S. He has formal training and certification in IS, psychology, and education.