Belle S. Woodward | College Applied Sciences and Arts | SIU

Southern Illinois University



Belle S. Woodward

Associate Professor of Information Systems Technologies

Belle S. Woodward
ASA 104
Mailcode 6614
Phone: 618.453.7208



M.S. Computer Information Systems
B.S. Business Administration and Accounting
B.S. Computer Science


Ethics and Legal Issues in IT
Information Assurance
Networking and Security
Enterprise Networks
WAN Installation and Administration
Programming Logic  and Design


Ethics Education and Assessment in IT
Designing a student-centered learning environment using collaborative learning strategies and integrating Distance-Learning
Curriculum design for information systems technologies and information security
Network Security and Privacy
Ethics and Technology
Women in Computing


Martin, N., Woodward, B.S. (2011).  Computer Ethics of American and European Students:  A Cross-Cultural Comparison.  Issues in Information Systems Journal, 12(1), 78-87.

Woodward, B.S., Martin, N., & Imboden, T. (2011).  Expansion and Validation of the PAPA Framework.  Information Systems Education Journal, 9 (3).

Having, K., Davis, J., Lautar, C., & Woodward, B. (2010).  Assessment of Healthcare Faculty Interest in Internet-based International Education Collaboration and Exchange:  A Pilot Study. International Electronic Journal of Health Education, 13:111-124.

Woodward, B.S., Sendall, P., & Ceccucci, W. (2010).  Integrating soft skill competencies through project-based learning across the information systems curriculum.  Information Systems Education Journal, 8 (8).

Woodward, B., Colyar, J., and Woodward, J. (2009).  IT group work:  Undergraduate students perceptions.  Issues in Information Systems Journal, 9(2), 220-224.

Woodward, B. S., Ceccucci, W., and Whitney, M. (2009).  IT students and computer ethics:  Making the case for further training and ethical development. Information Systems Education Journal, 7 (77).
Woodward, B.S., Ashby, S., Litteken, A., and Zamora, S. (2008). Student perceptions of information technology preparedness and important job skills.  Information Systems Education Journal, 6 (38).
Colyar, J. & Woodward, B. (2008).  Women students’ confidence in information technology content areas.  Information Systems Education Journal, 7 (38).

Davis, D. C. & Woodward, B. (2007).  An analysis of skills required of graduates
of an information systems program.  Information Technology, Learning, and Performance Journal, 2(24). 

Woodward, B. (2007).  Growth and training impact in IT:  A measure of ethical reasoning.  Issues in Information Systems Journal, 8(2), 220-224.

Woodward, B. & Young, T. (2007).  Redesigning an information system security curriculum through the application of traditional pedagogy and modern business trends.  Information Systems Education Journal, 5(11).

Woodward, B. & Davis, D. C. (2007).  The relationship between ethical decision making and ethical reasoning in information systems and technologies' students.  Journal of Information Systems Education, 18.

Woodward, B. & Ashby, S. (2006).  Measuring growth and impact:  Ethical reasoning in the information technology field.  Issues in Information Systems Journal, 7(1), 3-7.

Chapters in Professional Books

Woodward, B., Whitney, M., Riley, M., & Mei, K. (2010). Virtual security. Boston, MA:  Thomson Course Technology.

Rufi, A., Oppenheimer, P., Woodward, B., & Brady, G. (2008).  Network fundamentals. Indianapolis, IN:  Cisco Press.

Woodward, B. (2006).  Secure network architecture and management.  In Rufi, A. (Ed.), Network security 1 and 2 companion guide (pp. 665-715). Indianapolis, IN: Cisco Press.