The program offered to the student to help him to achieve the expected results includes the following activities ...
The goal of interactive lectures is to present to students the importance of information management in organizations, the major types of information systems, business environment and organizations, the impact of computers in different topics (technological, organizational, ethical, etc.) in organizations, and any other specific aspects of information systems that can not be developed in other activities. Students participation will be encouraged to engage in activities related to the contents of the lecture during the class.
A problem is a description of an actual event happened that describes a complex situation related to an information system. During the class, a real problem will be presented, supported by different resources, and students will be asked to propose a soluction or to debate the issue. The resolution of some problems may involve autonomous work out of the class (fieldwork, preparation of a summary, etc.).
If they are available, some experts will lecture about their daily experience with real information systems. These talks will allow students to contrast the knowledge acquired during problem-based learning activities and interactive lectures with the experience of experts.
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