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Best-in-Class Information Systems and Information Technology Resources

Our interactive IS (information systems) and IT (information technology) smart resources work within live applications so students don’t just learn about systems and technology, they work in the systems and technology, mastering competencies and increasing confidence. These resources are for the modern student—and the modern instructor—in any classroom setting. Empower your students with technology-based, interactive, and smart resources. Click any resource to preview the text and request full access!

Mark Keith, James Gaskin, Douglas Dean

Teach your students the role of IS in organization architecture and strategy with an application-focused approach. In addition to learning about information systems, students will design, build, query, maintain, analyze, and strategize to support business decision-making.

Nick Ball, Gove Allen

Teach Excel and assess your students in the live Microsoft environment with robust, detailed grading utilizing our MyEducator add-in. This resource has 100% coverage of content in both written and video format. Database and SQL content provide an opportunity for an application-focused learning experience.

Matthew McCarthy, Edward Wachter

Introduce your students to computer concepts and information technology in a business context. Topics include hardware, software, internet, networking, database management, cloud computing, mobile applications, business intelligence, and careers.

Gove Allen, Gary Hansen, Robert Jackson

Students will do more than learn about database management and design in this interactive resource. Using our advanced query editor, students can extract, add, create, or delete data. Servers include SQL, MySQL, Oracle, and PostgreSQL. Robust, auto-graded assessments and the ability to write new SQL skills or connect your own database make this resource really dynamic!

Degan Kettles

Teach systematic approaches for solving organizational problems through researching a problem and then designing an appropriate solution. A clear understanding of the Systems Development Life Cycle (Planning, Analysis, Design, Implementation, Support) will prepare students to use their unique training in specialized techniques to diagnose and solve organizational problems.

Nick Ball, Gove Allen​

Teach beginning and intermediate Excel and Access competencies in the live Microsoft environment with detailed grading and multimedia walkthrough training. Plus, robust cheating detection ensures students complete their own work.

Nick Ball, Gove Allen

Teach beginning and intermediate Excel competencies in the live Microsoft environment with detailed grading and multimedia walkthrough training. Plus, robust cheating detection ensures students complete their own work.

Robert Jackson, Colleen Hayes, Gove Allen

In this resource, students will learn to become proficient in both Word and PowerPoint through interactive assessments, multimedia walkthrough training, cheating detection, and automated grading in the live Microsoft environment.

John Anderson, Nick Ball, Gove Allen, Robert Jackson

Go beyond the basic and intermediate skills of Microsoft Excel with this advanced learning resource. With automated detailed grading in the live Microsoft environment and step-by-step multimedia training, your students will learn powerful data analysis skills to match today’s growing demand.

Gove Allen, Gary Hansen, Robert Jackson

This interactive learning resource is an inexpensive module utilizing real servers and databases. Students run live queries within the resource! Servers include SQL, MySQL, Oracle, and PostgreSQL. Robust, auto-graded assessments and the ability to write new SQL skills or connect your own database make this module really dynamic!

Gove Allen, Gary Hansen, Robert Jackson

This interactive learning resource is an inexpensive module teaching students SQL functionality, including the skills to create, add, and delete data using real servers and databases. Servers include SQL, MySQL, Oracle, and PostgreSQL. Robust, auto-graded assessments and the ability to write new SQL skills or connect your own database make this module really dynamic!

Greg Anderson

Teach foundational skills of programming in JavaScript including inputs, selection, repetition, arrays, debugging, the DOM, and OOP. Then learn to create a website in a  full-stack environment using HTML/CSS/JavaScript for the front and JavaScript/Node/Express for the back. Training, tools, and content support modern learning.

Greg Anderson​

In this resource, students learn foundational skills of programming in Python including variables, inputs, selection, repetition, exception handling, debugging, data structures, and OOP. Using Python/Django, students will learn to create a website in a full-stack environment then create and deploy a site that uses HTML and CRUD operations on a PostgreSQL database.

Matthew Harris

With this resource, students gain fundamental Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) knowledge and skills, including the ability to automate their own work in Excel as well as design and program complete applications for others to use. Tackle the most difficult and complex Excel VBA programming tasks for data retrieval, presentation, and analysis.

Matthew McCarthy

This resource focuses on innovative design methods and monetization of business mobile applications with an emphasis on user experience (UX) software, wireframing, and storyboarding. Ideal for a course using software development kits (Xcode/Swift), Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe XD.

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