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Mr. Douglas Leif

Professor

Business Administration

Office: DH 124

Phone: (218) 755-2754

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Education:

M.S. Iowa State University
B.S. Minnesota State University - Mankato

Professional Certification:

CCP, Institute for Certification of Computer Professionals (ICCP)

Memberships:

Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society for Business, Management, and Administration

Association of Information Technology Professional (AITP)

AITP Education Special Interest Group - EDSIG

Alpha Phi Sigma National Honor Society

Teaching Interests:

Computer Information Systems
Business Administration
Operations Management

Research Interests:

Information Systems Program Accreditation
Business Program Accreditation
Detail Design within Systems Analysis and Design
Structured Systems Design and Development

Publications

"Comparison of Online and Classroom Grading."International Assembly of Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) Annual Conference, Proceedings

"IS Program Issues: From Origin to Accreditation." Information Technology Education in the New Millennium, IDEA Group Publishing, Al Saber, Sherry Saber, Mohammad Dadashzadeh, eds.

"IS Program Issues: From Origin to Accreditation." Managing Information Technology in a Global Society, IDEA Group Publishing, Mehdi Khosrowpour, ed. pp. 49-53

"Information Systems Program Accreditation Issues." Journal/Proceedings in Information Systems and Quantitative Methods, pp. 6-13

"Faculty Criteria for COBOL Textbook Selection and Faculty Views of Software Metrics," Journal/Proceedings in Information Systems and Quantitative Methods, pp. 59-61

"Textbook Treatment of Structured Programming Standards and Guidelines," The Journal of Information Systems Education, (6:2), pp. 60-64

"Experimental Evaluation of Effect of Programmer Aptitude and a Naming Technique on Cobol Code Comprehension," Worldwide Conference on Information Systems Education Proceedings, pp. 165-168

"Evaluating Detail Design Conventions Within Computer Information Systems," Journal/Proceedings in Information Systems and Quantitative Methods, pp. 107-113

"Proposing Dual Objectives, and a Content Inclusion Methodology, for the Introduction Course in Computer Information Systems Programs," Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science, (57:1), pp. 19

Presentations:

"Comparison of Online and Classroom Grading." International Assembly of Collegiate Business Education (IACBE) Annual Conference, New Port Beach, CA

"IS Program Issues: From Origin to Accreditation." Information Resources Management Association (IRMA) International Conference, Toronto, Canada

"Information Systems Program Accreditation Issues," Midwest Business Administration Association Conference, Chicago, Illinois

"Teaching/Curriculum/Accreditation Issues," Panelist, Midwest Business Administration Association Conference, Chicago, Illinois

"Faculty Criteria for COBOL Textbook Selection and Faculty Views of Software Metrics," Midwest Business Administration Association Conference, Chicago, Illinois

"Experimental Evaluation of Effect of Programmer Aptitude and a Naming Technique on COBOL Code Comprehension," Worldwide Conference on Information Systems Education, Denver, Colorado

"Evaluating Detail Design Conventions Within Computer Information Systems," Midwest Business Administration Association Conference, Chicago, Illinois

"Proposing Dual Objectives, and a Content Inclusion Methodology, for the Introduction Course in Computer Information Systems Programs," Minnesota Academy of Science Annual Conference, St. Paul, Minnesota