CE  Vol.3 No.1 , February 2012
Information Systems Development Methodolgies in Developing Higher Education
Author(s) Adam Marks
ABSTRACT
Studies concerned with the status of Information Systems Development Methodologies usage in many developing countries including the factors that influence and motivate their use, current trends, difficulties, and barriers to adoption are lacking, especially within the higher education sector. This paper examines these identified gaps in a developing country, namely the United Arab Emirates. The initial findings reveal that there is limited knowledge and understanding of the concept of ISDM in federal higher education institutions in the UAE. This is reflected in the quality of the software products being developed and released. However, the analysed data also reveals a trend whereby federal higher education institutions in the UAE are gradually moving towards increased ISDM adoption and deployment.

Cite this paper
Marks, A. (2012). Information Systems Development Methodolgies in Developing Higher Education. Creative Education, 3, 114-119. doi: 10.4236/ce.2012.31019.
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