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Management Information Systems for the Information Age, 7/e

Stephen Haag, University of Denver
Maeve Cummings, Pittsburg State University

ISBN: 0073402915
Copyright year: 2008


We realize that no text is complete without a well-rounded and value-added support package. Our support package is designed to ease your teaching burden by providing you with a Web site full of valuable information, a test bank with more than 2,000 questions and easy-to-use test generating software, an Instructor’s Manual that walks you through each chapter and module and provides value-added teaching notes and suggestions, and PowerPoint presentations.

As in previous editions, the Web site for the Seventh Edition contains a wealth of valuable information and supplements for both the instructor and the student.

The Instructor’s Manual is provided to you in an effort to help you prepare for your class presentations. In its new format, you will find a separate box for each PowerPoint slide. In that box, you will find an overview of the slide and a list of key points to cover. This presentation enables you to prepare your class presentation by working solely with the Instructor’s Manual because you also see the PowerPoint slide presentations. We’ve also provided embedded links within each Instructor’s Manual document to the various intext pedagogical elements.

  • The Global and Industry Perspectives boxes —how to introduce them, key points to address, possible discussion questions to ask, etc.

At the beginning of each Instructor’s Manual document you’ll find other useful information including the appropriate author to contact if you have questions or comments, a list of the Group Projects that you can cover, and a list of any associated data files.

We’ve provided the Instructor’s Manual files in Word format and placed them on the text’s Web site.

For each chapter and module, there are approximately 125 multiple-choice, true/false, and fill-in-the-blank questions aimed at challenging the minds of your students. McGraw-Hill’s EZ Test is a flexible and easy-to-use electronic testing program. The program allows instructors to create tests from book-specific items. It accommodates a wide range of question types and instructors may add their own questions. Multiple versions of the test can be created and any test can be exported for use with course management systems such as WebCT, BlackBoard, or PageOut. EZ Test Online is a new service and gives you a place to easily administer your EZ Test–created exams and quizzes online. The program is available for Windows and Macintosh environments.

The PowerPoint presentations are ready for you to use in class. In preparing to use these, you simply work through the Instructor’s Manual which includes thumbnails of each slide and important points to cover. Of course, we realize that you’ll probably want to customize some of the presentations. So, we’ve made available to you most of the images and photos in the text. You can find these on the text’s Web site at

Engage students and assess real-time lecture retention with this simple yet powerful wireless application. You can even deliver tests that instantly grade themselves.

Software Skills & Computer Concepts MISource provides animated tutorials and simulated practice of the core skills in Microsoft Office 2007 Excel, Access, and PowerPoint. MISource also animates 47 important computer concepts.

New videos will be downloadable from the instructor side of the OLC. Selections from our archive of videos from previous years will be delivered upon request.

Developed by Richard Perle of Loyola Marymount University, these 14 comprehensive cases allow you to add MBA-level analysis to your course. Visit our Web site to review a sample case.

Visit for additional instructor and student resources.

Content for the Seventh Edition is available in WebCT, Blackboard, and PageOut formats to accommodate virtually any online delivery platform.

This text is packaged with a student CD (0073308900) that contains eight Extended Learning Modules (D—Office 2003 version, F, G, I, J—Office 2003 version, K, L, and M). All your students have to do is go to the CD to read the full module.


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