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Software engineering: Accessing IT core concepts.
Faculty Publications
  • Christopher Davis
  • Karla M. Kmetz
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Christopher J. Davis

Document Type
Presentation
Publication Date
2013
Date Issued
2013-01-01
Date Available
2013-11-04
Abstract
The conceptual complexity of software engineering presents challenges to both teachers and learners. The persistence of these challenges prompted consideration of strategies to enhance accessibility and universal design into courses from the early stages of their development: the responsibility for executing such strategies lies primarily with the Faculty Instructors and Instructional Designers. This Case Study demonstrates how improvements to the accessibility of a software engineering course through development as a fully online course had broader, more comprehensive beneficial effects on the overall teaching and learning process, improving access to the core concepts underpinning IT.
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Abstract only. Full-text article is available at the publisher's website: http://proc.conisar.org/2013/pdf/2817.pdf

Language
en_US
Publisher
Conference on Information Systems Applied Research
Creative Commons License
Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0
Citation Information
Davis, C.J. & Kmetz, K.M. (2013). Software engineering: Accessing IT core concepts. Proceedings of the Conference on Information Systems Applied Research San Antonio, Texas, 6, 2817.