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Congratulations to Tena Crews who was awarded the 2011 Outstanding Independent Research Award, Delta Pi Epsilon National Conference, November 2011.
Passerini, K., El Tarabishy, A. & Patten, K. (2012) Information Technology for Small Business. Springer. New York. ISBN-13: 978-1-4614-3039-1.
Crews, T. B., & Stitt-Gohdes, W. L. (March 2012). Incorporating Facebook and Twitter in a servicelearning project in business communication course. Business Communication Quarterly, 75(1), 76-69.
Jordan, A. K. & Crews, T. B. (2012). Investigating Your Career. Third Edition. South-Western Cengage Learning. Mason, OH. ISBN-13: 978-1-111-57550-2.
Crews, T. B., Ducate, L., Rathel, J. M.. Heid, L., & Bishoff, S. T. (2011). Clickers in the classroom: Transforming students into active learners. Research Bulletin 9, 2011. Boulder, CO: EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research, available from http://www.educause.edu/ecar.
Crews, T. B., & Smith, Matt. (2011, April). Using Facebook vs. Blackboard discussion board for FAQs in a large online course. Business Education Forum, pp. 26-29.
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The Integrated Information Technology Program (iIT)—formerly Technology Support and Training Management—is
part of USC‘s College of Hospitality, Retail, and Sport Management.
Students in the iIT program receive an in-depth background in
information technologies in four major areas. These areas include
computer networking, database systems, corporate training and
development, and end-user support. In the computer networking area,
students learn about networking theory, hardware, configuration,
design, installation, and network operating system administration.
In the database systems area, students learn to create and maintain
databases through courses in Access, Visual Basic (for database
integration), Oracle, and Systems Analysis and Design. The
training area covers both the human side of corporate training, as
well as the technical side of training materials development. The
final area emphasizes end-user support which includes help desk.
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