Connect Master Online Access for Management Information Systems 1 9781260871876 Connect Master MIS is a unique, digital-first learning solution, powered by McGraw-Hill’s Connect Master 2.0, that is consistently updated with refreshed content to provide students the most relevant computer concepts and digital literacy information. Connect Master MIS uses this current and engaging content to create an agile learning experience that is adaptive and customized to match the needs of each individual learner. This core advantage allows students to propel forward at a pace tailored to their needs. Connect Master MIS gives users multiple opportunities to use practice quizzes and customizes learning activities to study for exams, thus increased probability of learning retention.
Connect Master Online Access for Management Information Systems

Connect Master Online Access for Management Information Systems

1st Edition
By Richard Tedmon and Casey Wilhelm
ISBN10: 1260871878
ISBN13: 9781260871876
Copyright: 2022
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Module 0: Introduction to Connect Master 

Module 1: Investigating MIS 

Module 2: Cybersecurity 

Module 3: Databases 

Module 4: Social Media Marketing 

Module 5: Ethics and Privacy Concerns 

Module 6: Business Management Systems 

Module 7: Computer Networks and the Internet 

Module 8: Ecommerce 

Module 9: Competitive Advantage 

Module 10: Business Computer Applications 

Module 11: Methods of Securing Information 

Module 12: Customer Relationship Management Systems 

Module 13: Decision Making Systems 

Module 14: Spreadsheets 

Module 15: Investigating Enterprise Resource PlanningSystems 

Module 16: Project Management Software 

Module 17: Emerging Technologies 

Module 18: Time Value of Money 

Module 19: Computer Hardware 

Module 20: Computer Software and Buying a Computer 

Module 21: Data Analytics 

About the Author

Richard Tedmon

Ted Tedmon teaches management, business principles, and digital literacy courses at North Idaho College in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. His primary research interests include andragogy, instructional design, and memory formation. Ted studied Strategic Policy and Planning at the Naval War College as well as Management at Troy University. Prior to joining North Idaho College Ted served as Commander of the US Navy's largest Airwing during Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. As a Captain with over 26 years of service and over 6,000 flight hours, he earned the Legion-of-Merit, 4 Meritorious Service Medals, and numerous other decorations. In his free time Ted works with survivors of domestic violence and serves on the board of directors of the Coeur d'Alene Women's Center.

Casey Wilhelm

Casey Wilhelm teaches digital literacy for business, computer systems and business applications, introduction to business and principles of marketing at North Idaho College. His research interests are adult learning, instructional design in digital environments, and cognitive information processing. Casey has various degrees including an M.B.A, M.I.T, M.S. in Adult and Organizational Learning and a M.Ed. in Instructional Design and Technology. Before working in higher education, he held management positions in the insurance and wine/hospitality industry.

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