David E Douglas, Ph.D.
Sam M. Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas
David E. Douglas is Professor of Information Systems in the Sam M. Walton College of Business, University of Arkansas. He was chair of the Information Systems Department from 1985 through 1998. David now teaches in the areas of DBMS/Data Warehousing/DataMining, Systems Development, Microcomputer Applications, Object-Oriented Technologies and Systems Simulation. His research interests include pedagogy for distance education, e-commerce, and the area of database management systems/data warehousing/datamining. Of particular interest in the database management area is object databases. He was President of the Decision Sciences Institute--Southwest Region for 1996-1997 and the Associate Program Chair for the Decision Sciences Institute for the 1999 national meeting. His recent publications include: Using an ERP Simulation Game: Learning and Attitudes toward SAP - Draft Report - ERP Student Sample and Using an ERP Simulation Game: Learning and Attitudes toward SAP - Draft Report Company Addouglas@walton.uark.edu