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Instructional Resources for New IA Instructors

A collection of resources that are freely available to all IA instructors from long-time IA teacher M. E. Kabay.

Instructional Resources for New IA Instructors

Instructional Resources for New IA Instructors

M. E. Kabay, PhD, CISSP-ISSMP
Professor of Computer Information Systems
School of Business & Management Norwich University

Abstract

New instructors starting to teach information assurance (IA) courses can face a major challenge, especially if no one has taught such courses in their institution. This paper reviews the Computer Security Handbook (CSH) designed for two undergraduate courses, Introduction to IA and Management of IA in a baccalaureate degree in information assurance or for the foundational courses of a Master’s degree in information assurance.

Resources include:

  • Course descriptions
  • Syllabuses
  • Extensive PowerPoint slide sets
  • Teaching platform design
  • Sample memo-type exam questions
  • Over 1500 multiple-choice questions
  • Recommendations on use of Moodle and Facebook for teaching.

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