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Management Information Systems: Moving Business Forward (Binder Ready Version, + WileyPlus)

by: R. Kelly Rainer (Auburn Univ.), Hugh J. Watson (Univ. of Georgia)

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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons,18.05.12

Category: Business Information Systems Level:

ISBN: 1118252268
ISBN13: 9781118252260

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Tested pedagogical Learning Unit structure comprised of tightly coupled concepts and Student- Activities for every section of the chapter (3-5 Learning Units per chapter)

  Student activities include links to online videos and articles and Excel and Access exercises all with automatically graded assessment

  Plug IT In Learning Extensions-Comprising additional material of interest, Plug IT In's enable a high degree of syllabus flexibility by providing extra content the instructor may add at their discretion

  What's in IT for Me? - This instructor-praised feature demonstrates how IT topics relate to students in each business major including Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Operations Management, MIS, and Human Resource Management.

  WileyPLUS - Text and web-based learning blend seamlessly as students read concepts and then immediately apply concepts using Wiley's powerful online learning environment, WileyPLUS.

  Superior supplements include author-created Media-enhanced Slides and a Testbank that includes "Apply the Concept" questions to support the applied, active approach of the text.