Beata Lobert Jones

Beata Lobert Jones
Texas Christian University | TCU · Department of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management

PhD

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Introduction
Beata Jones currently works at the Department of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management, Texas Christian University. Beata does research in behavioral information systems, ePortfolio, honors education, technology-enriched learning environments.

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Universities in Central and Eastern Europe warrant considerable study of their talented students' development. The purpose of this chapter is to underscore the significance of talent development amongst university students to explain different methods of university talent development employed in Poland. Additionally, this paper seeks to ascertain a...
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As the world is undergoing the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), the fusing of physical, digital, and biological worlds with the new technologies, we experience a profound impact of this revolution on the labor markets and subsequent career planning of students. The new economic reality created by 4IR calls for immediate action in the world of hi...
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The Spring of 2020 brought many disruptions to our professional and personal lives due to the COVID-19 pandemic that forced worldwide mid-semester campus closures; pivoting of traditional, face-to-face classes to remote teaching and learning; and postponements or cancellations of conferences, workshops, and other professional development events. On...
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This study focuses on the ethical dilemmas of self-driving cars and how religiosity levels affect consumers' perceptions of morality. The research examines how religiosity affects consumers' comfort levels and moral perceptions of the "ethical knob" and the "ethical knob's" settings, which would allow the passenger of a self-driving car to determin...
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The goal of this article is to fill the gap in research about the development of talented students in emerging regions, including Eastern Europe, partially by highlighting the importance of talent development among university students and by explaining various approaches to student talent development used across the globe, specifically in the USA,...
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Institutions of higher education within the developing regions, including Eastern Europe, lack significant research about the development of their talented students. The goal of this article is to fill this gap partially by highlighting the importance of talent development among university students and by explaining various approaches to student ta...
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Antoine de Saint-Exupery said, " If you want to build a ship, don't drum up people to collect wood and don't assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea. " This article presents a pedagogical approach for framing a digital-identity-enhancing ePortfolio that maximizes student engagement and produces...
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Structuring a course and a major assignment around a conference, and capturing all of the learning experiences in an ePortfolio, led to positive learning outcomes for students.
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Silk Road was an online marketplace through which consumers bought and sold drugs and other contraband. It ran successfully for almost two years, generating millions of dollars in revenue for the users and for the administrators. The FBI shut it down in October 2013, resulting in a seizure of $3.6 million of funds in escrow. The shutdown also led t...
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As Sam Schuman wrote in 2004 and as George Mariz points out in his lead essay for this issue of JNCHC, the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC) and academics alike have long recognized the importance of research in honors. Cambridge Dictionary Online defines “research” as “a detailed study of a subject in order to discover information or achie...
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This paper reports on the author's low cost, innovative approach to an introductory Information Systems [IS] course, promoting twenty-first-century skills. By implementing several best instructional practices and through innovative use of technology to create community, the faculty member created a learning environment that students received with e...
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Texas Christian University " If you want to build a ship, don't drum up people to collect wood and don't assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea. " —Antoine de Saint-Exupery A professor walks into a room full of honors students and begins an activity related to the assigned topic of the day. Th...
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The World of Constant Change In the video Shift Happens, we learn how we are preparing young men and women for careers not yet imagined, where they will make use of technologies not yet invented, and how some of the knowledge students learn in college is going to be outdated before they graduate. To respond to the reality of constant change in 21 s...
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Organizational support of employees' creative problem-solving (CPS) outputs is critical for maintaining a competitive advantage and for institutionalizing creativity. We believe that computerized creative support systems (CCSS) can be used effectively in this regard. We identify characteristics of CCSS and individual characteristics and suggest dir...
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This paper reports the results of a study which examined the use of the Internet as the means by which international business students who were engaged in a collaborative learning project could conduct their interactions at distances of many thousands of miles. The students were surveyed after completion of the project. The difficulties, which they...
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As we approach the Knowledge Age century, we experience a transformation in the way businesses operate, the way people work, and the way schools prepare their graduates. To respond to the current trends in the business environment - a move toward virtual structures, electronic commerce and virtual learning spaces - and to assist the MBA students in...

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