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ACM SIGCSE Bulletin
There are many different views about how to incorporate writing into the computer science curriculum. These views lead to inevitable questions about process and goals. For example, should writing be taught as a separate course or integrated into traditional content classes? How much latitude should students be given in selecting writing component courses? Should writing focus on developing research skills, workplace skills or personal growth? Who should perform assessment: individual faculty,doi:10.1145/1028174.971364 fatcat:skzumy2mgnef7ak2yjbm2mtq4a