EXPERIENCES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF A STRATEGIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS COURSE

R. Chalmeta, M. Mollar

Universitat Jaume I (SPAIN)
The Universitat Jaume I (UJI) of Castellón, Spain, is teaching the Master's Degree in Intelligent Systems. The main objective is to cover the great lack of consistent and updated Intelligent Systems skills in the university graduate students. It involves perception, learning and automated decision processes, robotic manipulation, data storage and processing, contextual information, visualisation and interactive environments.

Knowledge and disciplines within the master’s degree are organised in such a way as to shape a profile with two possible areas of specialization: One is focused in research and give the students the capacity to develop their phd work. The other is focused in practitioners and give the students the skills and knowledge to work in information and communication enterprises.

The master is composed of 20 courses. One of them is the strategic information systems. This course. It addresses the fundamental concepts and operational issues surrounding strategic information systems in organisations. It equips students with the necessary basic knowledge and competencies they need to design and utilise strategic information systems effectively and efficiently.

The aim of this paper is to describe the course objectives, the target competencies, the course contents, the assessments, and how the technology resources for e-learning are used to teach the subject.