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TOPIC: The People side of IT, biases and processes

  • Demonstrate social, problem-solving and teamwork techniques used to successfully analyze, develop, and implement information systems to meet business needs for information governance, ethics, privacy, security, and sustainability.
  • Discuss business information system concepts, using the accepted technical terminology, and describe the related components, functions, structures, and procedures necessary for optimum operational and managerial results.
  • Examine business scenarios, identify the business users’ needs, design, and create data capture and storage solutions for these needs, analyze this data and report on which support and improve the efficiency and productivity levels of business operations

  • Kahoot quizzes
  • Slide decks for Chapters 7, 8, and 9
  • Tabs open to other interactive elements

  • Quiz #2 (2%) Chapters 4 and 5
  • Quiz #3 LinkedIn Learning Completion Certificate and Homework File (3%)

  • Let's talk about the biases that can be in technology and business information systems!
  • Just one of the many examples in the news about the problems out there: https://www.cbc.ca/news/science/artificial-intelligence-racism-bias-1.6027150

  • For the Midterm, you have a component worth 12% because it takes so long and it's marked on a Pass/Fail basis.
  • I'm running it this way because what we're finding in the research is that it's still a challenge to bias training! So, at least with a standardized one with interactive elements, we know we've done more than simply lecture about it.
    Plus, I like to add variety to your learning strategies.
  • I strongly encourage you to add this completed certificate to your LinkedIn profile!
  • There are many other biases out there. Let's do a Kahoot activity about that.

  • Chapter 7: Does IT Matter?

  • Pear Deck activityLet's do a quick temperature check on how you're all progressing with the homework
  • Let's go over resources available, how to do what when, etc.

  • For a 3 hour class segment, this is the health break. For the two 1.5 hour classes, it's the time to end the first class meeting of the week.

  • Pear Deck Activity: Stress Check
  • Reminder on the resources available at CapU for various supports

  • Lecture Chapter 8: Business Processes

  • Kahoot Quiz combining check-in questions from Chapters 7, 8, and 9

  • Lecture Chapter 9: The People in Information Systems

  • Pear Deck closing activity
  • PearDeck closing activity 
    1. What did you like? 
    2. What was easy? 
    3. What didn't you like? 
    4. What was hard?

  • Read Chapters 6, 7, and 8 from the OER textbook

  • Quiz #4 (2%) Chapters 6, 7, and 8
  • Midterm: PESTEL from SWOT (6%)
  • Midterm: Gender-Based Analysis Certificate (12%)