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Teaching IT to Managers or Teaching Management to Engineers? None of the Above [chapter]

Jaime C. Navón
Education for the 21st Century — Impact of ICT and Digital Resources  
The opposite direction of adding one or two courses of management to a typical IT program will not produce the future CEO that is needed.  ...  Information Technology (IT) has been the greatest wealth generator of the last two decades and there is an increasing number of managers who see IT as a strategic weapon and want to harvest their profits  ...  All our IT courses have lab sessions whose purpose is not to teach some specific skills or how to use some software tool, but to keep the students interested in the technology.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34731-8_48 dblp:conf/ifip3/Navon06 fatcat:tpoifjv5onfzndcnong6jivvau

Learning outcomes: good, irrelevant, bad or none of the above?

Manuel Souto-Otero
2012 Journal of Education and Work  
It asserts the capacity of institutions and sets of practices carried out outside formal education to produce skills and competences that are equivalent to those produced within the education system (Bjornavold  ...  It aims to put knowledge generated in different contexts on an equal footing.  ...  The answer to these questions could relate to the extent to which education systems can provide a different kind of set of skills or competences than is available other contexts: it either can or it cannot  ... 
doi:10.1080/13639080.2012.689648 fatcat:dbf3k4kvgzct3fhxdlabyrglvm

INTEGRATED SOFTWARE ENGINEERING AND KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING TEACHING EXPERIENCES

O. DIESTE, N. JURISTO, A. M. MORENO, M. LOPEZ
2000 International journal of software engineering and knowledge engineering  
of Oregon, etc.) or KE courses (Master in Knowledge Engineering at University of Westminster, the University of Pittsburgh, etc.), but none integrate the instruction of both disciplines.  ...  Joint education seeks to prevent the above mentioned "reductionism", defending a view in which there are, on the one hand, user needs and, on the other, a host of techniques and solutions, none of which  ...  should apply the above knowledge to a real case of average or high complexity.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s021819400000016x fatcat:v24thyjjmzdttbxugovmelmfti

A Flat World, a Level Playing Field, a Small World After All, or None of the Above? A Review of Thomas L. Friedman'sThe World is Flat

Edward E Leamer
2007 Journal of Economic Literature  
It may only be personal conceit, but I imagine there is a reason why the Journal of Economic Literature asked me to do this review.  ...  Geography, flat or not, creates special relationships between buyers and sellers who reside in the same neighborhoods, but Friedman turns this metaphor inside-out by using The World is Flat to warn us  ...  I understand that China has increased it exports of manufactures to levels far above anyone's expectations.  ... 
doi:10.1257/jel.45.1.83 fatcat:ckjoalvntrajfchsfuybzmfdw4

Software Engineering Projects in Distant Teaching

Philipp Bouillon, Jens Krinke, Stephan Lukosch
2005 18th Conference on Software Engineering Education & Training (CSEET'05)  
Because of the distance between the students, a high need for coordination arises to manage tasks and to allow for collaboration.  ...  Software engineering education is most often complemented by a software engineering project where a team of students has to develop a large software system.  ...  1: Introduction Teaching software engineering at a university is a multi-level education starting with teaching programming up to teaching advanced topics.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cseet.2005.31 dblp:conf/csee/BouillonKL05 fatcat:zdwbi6c7crhgbd7vcycyyswqqy

Engineering and Economic Mathematics for Engineering Management Students

Kornélia Éva Dékány
2017 Teaching Mathematics and Computer Science  
In this article we describe the first part of a case study, which was made with 48 Engineering Management students.  ...  We detail its didactical background and show the results of the students.  ...  during the mathematics lessons and individual learning of Engineering Management students.  ... 
doi:10.5485/tmcs.2017.0430 fatcat:utbaqkrxa5bwleuqxir7z4cp5m

Engineering management studies as part of continuing engineering education

Stuart Palmer
1999 International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning  
This paper reports on a survey undertaken to better understand the perceptions of mature age engineering students relating to engineering management.  ...  With the introduction of engineering and technology degrees via flexible delivery, there are a growing number of mature age engineering students returning to study to upgrade their qualifications.  ...  Of the seven elements listed above, none scored less than a 2.5 rating, none had a standard deviation greater than 0.57, and only Human Resource Management registered a single rating of not important.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijceell.1999.030145 fatcat:ecfmtm76oraipaiideo3p5ajom

EMBEDDING LIBRARIANS IN ENGINEERING PROGRAMS: THREE CASE STUDIES WITH ENGINEERING STUDENTS

Rachel Figueiredo, Helen Power, Kate Mercer, Matthew Borland
2020 Proceedings of the Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA)  
However, librarians' academic training makes them ideal resources to support students' complex information needs - whether students know it or not.  ...  At the University of Saskatchewan, a librarian was hired with the intention of the new position being embedded, without a formal structure or precedent for this within the College of Engineering.  ...  The move towards an embedded model takes time, and admittedly none of the above case studies are examples of a final product, but through sustained interactions with the departments we serve we are beginning  ... 
doi:10.24908/pceea.vi0.14145 fatcat:bu2i6xncozgobaicrewwvxq4ly

Do differences exist between how engineering and non-engineering lecturers perceive the importance of teaching competences?

Antoni Perez-Poch, David Lopez
2016 2016 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE)  
Do our university teachers (engineering teachers) have a different perception of the importance of the different lecturer competences compared to that of other teachers?  ...  The authors of this work belong to the Institute in charge of the lecturer-training program at our university, which is basically a technical one.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We wish to thank the other members of the GIFD group who have allowed us to use the results of the survey for our own research.  ... 
doi:10.1109/fie.2016.7757559 dblp:conf/fie/Perez-PochL16 fatcat:wrysvfdufnfhrmeoatepaxcrvu

Using Eclipse in distant teaching of software engineering

Philipp Bouillon, Jens Krinke
2004 Proceedings of the 2004 OOPSLA workshop on eclipse technology eXchange - eclipse '04  
Software engineering education is most often complemented by a software engineering project where a team of students has to develop a large software system.  ...  students' collaboration in the software engineering project.  ...  He was one of the main contributors to the Praktomat System, a unique system for providing web-based programming courses.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1066129.1066134 dblp:conf/eclipse/BouillonK04 fatcat:52pqajrjtfhjdeadxrgu4zqenq

Teaching software engineering early

Renée McCauley, Ursula Jackson
1999 ACM SIGCSE Bulletin  
In an attempt to assess the impact of this new teaching process, we compared the performances in upper-level project-oriented courses of students who had been exposed to the new introductory sequence to  ...  In the fall of 1994 we reorganized the content of our three-course computer science introductory sequence in order to introduce software engineering concepts early and provide a consistent software engineering  ...  We hope to work with these colleagues to assess the merits of this framework for teaching software engineering concepts in a variety of ways throughout the curriculum.  ... 
doi:10.1145/571535.571580 fatcat:imohtlnnqbc3vi5nknfew3k2xm

Software Engineering

Boehm
1976 IEEE transactions on computers  
It discusses current software engineering practice with respect to lessons learned in the past few years, and concludes that the lessons are currently not heeded roughly half of the time.  ...  AND ABSTRACT This paper presents a view of software engineering as it is in 1979.  ...  However, none of the business schools were teaching such material, either.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tc.1976.1674590 fatcat:7jp6tberjja43lsqdi6yhhksqa

Ethics and engineering education

L. L. Bucciarelli
2008 European Journal of Engineering Education  
Students are asked to reflect on the event; to understand how important it is for managers not to ignore their own engineering experience or the "expertise of their own subordinate engineers" in making  ...  It provides the common ground upon which individual engineers or groups of engineers may (agree and)/or disagree.  ...  Integrate the teaching of ethics in with the content of an engineering course(s) -course taught in collaboration with people who do have the competence to teach; e.g., philosophers.  ... 
doi:10.1080/03043790801979856 fatcat:mgedwgxih5cylb7g64qghd7mqa

The challenges of software engineering education

Carlo Ghezzi, Dino Mandrioli
2005 Proceedings of the 27th international conference on Software engineering - ICSE '05  
We take the viewpoint of a school of engineering and put the software engineer's education in the wider context of engineering education.  ...  We stress both the common aspects that crosscut all engineering fields and the specific issues that pertain to software engineering.  ...  On the other hand, none of these skills-not even the above two extremes-should be learned exclusively in one way.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1062455.1062578 dblp:conf/icse/GhezziM05 fatcat:knik5f7qm5ejnew6szb7xnkwue

The Challenges of Software Engineering Education [chapter]

Carlo Ghezzi, Dino Mandrioli
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We take the viewpoint of a school of engineering and put the software engineer's education in the wider context of engineering education.  ...  We stress both the common aspects that crosscut all engineering fields and the specific issues that pertain to software engineering.  ...  On the other hand, none of these skills-not even the above two extremes-should be learned exclusively in one way.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11949374_8 fatcat:5tthnpob7vd3teoqf23jlimsam
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