Analyze. Design. Create.
The Information Systems Approach
What is it like to be an information systems student at CMU-Q?
Information systems is an exciting and dynamic field that has many, many areas for creative, problem-solving people to develop amazing innovations using technology.
You will choose one of two sessions to learn about different aspects of information systems.
Option 1: Geographic Information Systems: Can You Survive and Thrive?
Chadi Aoun, Associate Teaching Professor, Information Systems
The workshop introduces you to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) through a set of hands on exercises. The exercises are about an apocalyptic event for which GIS is essential for survival. Are you up to the challenge?
Option 2: Design Thinking for Innovation: Creating a New World
Nui Vatanasakdakul, Visiting Associate Professor, Information Systems
This is an introductory workshop on Design Thinking in the context of Information Systems (IS). It provides an informative and interactive session about the Design Thinking process. Design Thinking is a human-centered, prototype-driven process for innovation that can be applied to product, service, and business design. The workshop focuses on Design Thinking for IS innovation.