MIS 111 Honors Projects 2015

MIS 111 Honors Projects

The Management Information Systems (MIS) department at the University of Arizona has developed countless education programs aimed towards creating real world solutions to advance businesses and communities across the nation.  Each fall our faculty give students in the MIS 111 Honors class a chance to apply what they had learned in class to better their campus experience. 

Fall 2015 

In fall 2015, the MIS 111 Honors class looked closely at instructional technology using their insight to help improve the learning that occurs in the classroom. The freshman were challenged to think as business entrepreneurs and propose how cutting-edge apps and other web-based resources can be used in a variety of classes in colleges across campus. Students then assisted a number of faculty members to evaluate the use of twenty-six new technologies.

Click on the group number to view the students project videos and read their presentation .PDF.

Group One

  • Appear.in
  • Asana 
  • Bag The Web 
  • Bulb
  • Channelkit

Group Two

  • ClearSlide 
  • Conceptboard 
  • Diigo
  • Emaze 
  • Exposure

Group Three

  • Flip Grid 
  • Memloom
  • Mendeley
  • Padlet
  • Piazza

 Group Four

  • Piktochart
  • Pinterest
  • Podio
  • Portfolium
  • Second Life

 Group Five

  • Spreecast 
  • ThingLink 
  • Trello 
  • Voki
  • WizIQ 
  • WorkFlowy



Special thanks to the University of Arizona's Office of Digital Learning (ODL) who produced the video below. ODL is committed to advancing cultures of change and innovation across the campus community. Through partnerships with faculty and students, ODL helps develop innovative projects, policies, and leadership initiatives that accelerate technology adoption in the classroom.