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Decision Sciences Journal


Contact Information

Editor: Vijay R. Kannan
Jon M. Huntsman School of Business
Utah State University

Email Address: dsjie.editor@gmail.com

About Us
The Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education (DSJIE) is a peer-reviewed journal of the Decision Sciences Institute. Its mission is to publish significant research relevant to teaching, learning, and education in the decision sciences - quantitative and behavioral approaches to managerial decision making. The journal welcomes submissions relevant to the application and practice of the decision sciences both in business and other domains such as, but not limited to, healthcare, product development, and engineering management. Articles submitted to the journal should offer either proven innovation in classroom instruction/delivery, new insights into pedagogy, program development, delivery, or assessment, or empirically based analysis relevant to learning and education in the decision sciences. The goal of the journal is to not only provide resources that can enhance instruction, but serve as a forum for disseminating best practices.
Announcements

Calls for Papers: Special Issues

DSJIE is soliciting submissions for a special issue

Educational Innovation and Reform in the Decision Sciences Using Multidisciplinary and Collaborative Practices (submission deadline August 1, 2014)


Publishing in DSJIE: A Development Initiative for New DSJIE Authors

DSJIE and the Decision Sciences Institute have combined to introduce the Publishing in DSJIE initiative at the 2014 DSI meeting. Participants in the initiative will work closely with members of the DSJIE editorial team to develop their manuscripts to make them suitable for submission to DSJIE. Details and application guidelines can be found at

Publishing in DSJIE 


Issues

Current Issue: Vol. 12 No. 2

Selected Articles

A Guided Problem-Based Learning (PBL) Approach: Impact on Critical Thinking
Satish Nargundkar, Subhashish Samaddar, Somnath Mukhopadhyay

Team Machine: A Decision Support System for Team Formation
Paul Bergey, Mark King

Electronic Textbooks: Antecedents of Students’ Adoption and Learning Outcomes
Regis Terpend, Thomas F. Gattiker, Scott E. Lowe

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Forthcoming Issue: Vol. 12 No. 3

All Articles

Teaching Supply Chain Management Complexities: A SCOR Based Classroom Simulation
Scott Webb, Stephanie P. Thomas, Sara Liao-Troth

Cotton Island: Student's Learning Motivation Using a Virtual World
Jamie Wyss, Seung-Eun Lee, Tanya Domina, Maureen MacGillivray

Analysis of Differences in Non-Teaching Factors Influencing Student Evaluations of Teaching Between Engineering and Business Classrooms
Arunachalam Narayanan, William J. Sawaya, III, Michael D. Johnson

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