A Methodology for Integrating Information Technology in Software Engineering Education

A Methodology for Integrating Information Technology in Software Engineering Education

Pankaj Kamthan (Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering, Concordia University, Canada)
Copyright: © 2009 |Pages: 19
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-814-7.ch010
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Abstract

The discipline of software engineering has been gaining increasing significance in computer science and engineering education. In this chapter, the goal is to describe a systematic approach toward integrating information technologies in software engineering education (SEE), both inside and outside the classroom. A methodology for integrating IT is proposed and explored in the context of SEE, particularly related to the Internet and the Web; in this context, SEE supports a heterogeneous combination of objectivism and constructivism, and aims to be feasibility sensitive. In doing so, the prospects and concerns of incorporating IT in SEE are presented. The potential of integrating IT in SEE is illustrated by examples.
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Background

In this section, previous work on integrating IT in SEE is discussed. When referring to IT in this chapter, this means the technologies for various activities related to information (such as acquisition, creation, communication, dissemination, processing, archival, retrieval, transformation, and so on) within the context of the Internet and the Web.

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