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Global Software Engineering Education Practice Continuum Special Issue of the ACM Transactions on Computing Education

Tony Clear, Sarah Beecham
2019 ACM Transactions on Computing Education  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We also thank the many reviewers who participated in this special issue; the final set of articles have benefitted from the constructive feedback.  ...  The study reported here "Taking a Studio Course in Distributed Software Engineering from a Large Local Cohort to a Small Global Cohort" takes an action research approach, where over a number of years,  ...  now work as professional software engineers in large and small organizations.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3294011 fatcat:ndrv4en56zfpzcmomjr3gt6nry

Virtual Teams and Employability in Global Software Engineering Education

Julian M. Bass, Roger McDermott, J.T. Lalchandani
2015 2015 IEEE 10th International Conference on Global Software Engineering  
The Global Studio Project involves students from five universities in four countries shadowing a global software development project in Siemens [33] .  ...  In large enterprises, global software development (GSD) has become the norm involving outsourcing, off-shoring and distributed development models [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/icgse.2015.21 dblp:conf/icgse/BassML15 fatcat:deqhwwmpwfhnxcx5xgd2jpuopm

Experimenting with Realism in Software Engineering Team Projects: An Experience Report

Robbie Simpson, Tim Storer
2017 2017 IEEE 30th Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training (CSEE&T)  
Software process and quality were emphasised in the course assessment, imposing technical debt.  ...  Finally, we introduced a leadership course for senior students, who acted as mentors to the project team students.  ...  These new directions raise the question as to how far realism should go in Software Engineering education.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cseet.2017.23 dblp:conf/csee/SimpsonS17 fatcat:ehfjzyyh5rdx7evztgzccn4h3u

Prioritizing Engagement of a Diverse Student Cohort in Online Hydrology Learning at the University of Western Australia

Sally E. Thompson, Sarah A. Bourke, J. Nikolaus Callow, Matthew R. Hipsey
2022 Frontiers in Education  
With diverse student cohorts, including a large fraction of international students prevented from reaching Australia by travel restrictions, key requirements from this transition were to create supportive  ...  Here, we draw on experiences in four hydrology courses to illustrate how we used a holistic approach spanning course structure, content delivery, active learning experiences and authentic assessment to  ...  These goals were largely achieved by designing the courses around small modulesan approach sometimes popularized as "chunked learning" (Martin et al., 2019) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/feduc.2022.907801 fatcat:t5pmlfgvrbayhheanilsrsopc4

The Role of Applied Mechanics in Bridging the Gaps in Prior Learning for Aspirants of Engineering Education

Sarat Singamneni
2021 Education Sciences  
In particular, datasets collected from the direct experiences delivering the first-year static and dynamics courses to many students over the past decade and a half are analysed to establish the proposition  ...  The common applied mechanics courses play a central role in achieving this.  ...  Extending such studio-based learning facilities and closely coordinated teaching activities amongst a mixed class of teachers from different specialties is a huge task, when large groups of students are  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci11100626 fatcat:rhqzixdpzfcgxl774d5lz25qz4

Anywhere-Anytime Engineering Education in a Complete Undergraduate Program

2020 International Journal on Innovations in Online Education  
It offers a full bachelor of engineering degree in both on-campus and off-campus modes. Student cohorts are approximately 70% on campus, 30% off campus.  ...  This paper presents a longitudinal case study of engineering distance education and online learning in Australia.  ...  Distance Education in Australia Australia has a small population in a large continent.  ... 
doi:10.1615/intjinnovonlineedu.2020033158 fatcat:ofgv4vz6wfac5bhqnap5ssq6ha

Hackathons and the Making of Entrepreneurial Citizenship

Lilly Irani
2015 Science, Technology and Human Values  
the slow construction of coalition across difference. eScholarship provides open access, scholarly publishing services to the University of California and delivers a dynamic research platform to scholars  ...  This article focuses on a hackathon, one emblematic site of social practice where techniques from information technology (IT) production become ways of remaking culture.  ...  Hackathons developed first in open-source cultures as a way for participants in globally distributed open-source projects to work together, face-to-face for short periods of time.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0162243915578486 fatcat:yxwaikanubeebjlggjfljyopya

Exploring the intersection between software industry and Software Engineering education - A systematic mapping of Software Engineering Trends

Orges Cico, Letizia Jaccheri, Anh Nguyen-Duc, He Zhang
2020 Journal of Systems and Software  
Method: We conducted a systematic mapping study about teaching major Software Engineering Trends in project courses.  ...  ., Software Implementation, Usability and Value, Global Software Engineering, and Lean Software Startup, are relatively small in the academic setting, but continuously growing in the last five years.  ...  of Norway (NFR), INTPART from 1.1.2018 to 31.12.2020.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jss.2020.110736 fatcat:b4agwzyjejd4dac4cjbfm6paky

SIMCor. Deliverable 7.2: Definition of model templates (TUE, M9)

Wouter Huberts
2021 Zenodo  
In addition, it describes the intended use of these models.  ...  The document gives an overview of the available models for simulating the physiology of these patient groups, both before and after transcatheter aortic valve implantation or insertion of a pulmonary artery  ...  Numerical implementation: Adaptive cross-correlation algorithms to compute velocity fields from particle images are performed within Dantec Dynamics software Dynamic Studio.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6146528 fatcat:r3ffyxymwvgm3n34q7zt7jho6e

Evolution of Nurse-Led Hackathons, Incubators, and Accelerators from an Innovation Ecosystem Perspective

Olga Kagan, Joshua Littlejohn, Hiyam Nadel, Marion Leary
2021 Online Journal of Issues in Nursing  
This was particularly evident during the COVID-19 pandemic, when a burst in nurse-led innovation in all areas of healthcare and across the lifespan necessitated an innovation ecosystem to realize nurses  ...  Nurse-led hackathons, incubators, and accelerators have emerged to meet the need for a more intentional and formal pathway for nurses to add value to health and healthcare within an innovation and design  ...  These take a wide variety of forms, from degree programmes designed specifically for students to develop an idea and create a business, to evening classes for alumni or local businesses.  ... 
doi:10.3912/ojin.vol26no03man03 fatcat:robzjxhrtrgbtd3soue2fnkh2i


E.S. KHESIN, Primakov National Research Institute of World Economy and International Relations, Russian Academy of Sciences (IMEMO), 23, Profsoyuznaya Str., Moscow, 117997, Russian Federation
2018 Mirovaya Ekonomika i Mezhdunarodnye Otnosheniya  
These take a wide variety of forms, from degree programmes designed specifically for students to develop an idea and create a business, to evening classes for alumni or local businesses.  ...  Geographical distribution across Local Enterprise Partnerships Taking a more granular look at England's thirty-nine Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs), this study did not find any evidence of an incubator  ...  Where a sector used in our dataset fits into multiple SIC code divisions, we equally distributed the incubators and accelerators that focus on that sector between the multiple corresponding SIC divisions  ... 
doi:10.20542/0131-2227-2018-62-11-5-14 fatcat:2cznop6txjc4lmu64zrkl7bm2m


Sameh El-Feki, Inji Kenawy
2018 Resourceedings  
Follows, a qualitative anal-ysis takes place from semi structured interview conducted to practi-tioners and educators from various universities in order to stand on methods used to integrate sustainability  ...  The studio is characterized by creating a unique learning environment modelled around a problem solving practice.  ...  Acknowledgment The authors would like to thank all contributors who agreed to be part of the interview; as their informative insights added a great value to this research.  ... 
doi:10.21625/resourceedings.v1i1.183 fatcat:3g435ws3yzh65bbtio3kwc3x7y

The "Code Yourself!" and "¡A Programar!" programming MOOC for teenagers: Reflecting on one and a half years of experience

Inés Friss de Kereki, J. Víctor Paulós, Areti Manataki
2018 CLEI Electronic Journal  
Since its launch in March 2015, more than 161,000 people from 197 countries have registered. Initially it was offered in a "fixed session"; while currently it is offered in an "auto-cohort" mode.  ...  In this context, Universidad ORT Uruguay and The University of Edinburgh co-created in 2015 a MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) that teaches young teenagers how to program.  ...  MOOCs have the potential to provide education on a global scale [31] and it is this large scale that differentiates MOOCs from traditional distance education [32] .  ... 
doi:10.19153/cleiej.21.2.9 fatcat:4hsi2u26drddngxs4lbuphmdde

Developing Talent for the Video Game Industry in Colombia: Design and Development Issues

Alvaro Hernán Galvis-Panqueva, Pablo Figueroa-Forero, Marcela Díaz-Osorio
2016 RED. Revista de Educación a Distancia  
Specific needs from our national industry were considered, such as their indie nature, their need to sell their products in global markets, and current opportunities and challenges.  ...  Successful game creators need to understand the intrinsic motivation of game playing, the creative nature of problem solving and risk taking, the critical issues in human-computer interaction using multimedia  ...  , they seek to pursue locally or globally.  ... 
doi:10.6018/red/49/4 fatcat:p2h7upuvgjasrito24s2ddvvvi

Residential preferences of the 'creative class'?

Philip Lawton, Enda Murphy, Declan Redmond
2013 Cities  
Moreover, the results also illustrate how changes in the life-cycle, including the decision to have a family, have a direct influence on their residential location choice.  ...  While there is a tendency for younger workers to select the city centre, older workers predominantly opt to live in suburban areas with good transport connections to the city centre or their place of employment  ...  Name Size Inner city Outer/Suburban Responses 722 Computer games, software, electronic publishing, software consultancy Small 6 8 29 Large 13 2 921 Motion picture and video Small  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cities.2012.04.002 fatcat:mewohegkozgujf5ywyjwzw6ul4
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