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Engaging Students in Information Storage Management Courses
Proceedings of the 2010 ACM conference on Information Technology Education
  • Vladan Jovanovic, Georgia Southern University
  • Timur Mirzoev, Georgia Southern University
  • Lee Toderick, East Carolina University
  • Rick Homkes, Purdue University
  • Mark Stockman, University of Cincinnati
Document Type
Conference Proceeding
Publication Date
9-1-2010
DOI
10.1145/1867651.1867692
Disciplines
Abstract
This panel will elaborate on faculty experiences with specific ways used to engage students in the Information Storage and Management, formerly Storage Technology, and the Virtualization coursework. The emphasize of the discussion will be on the mechanisms used in engaging students in learning and on experiences with various activities helpful for varying learning preferences/modes. All invited panelists are experienced faculty involved with subject matter courses via EMC’s Academic Alliance program. The resources made available via this alliance and through exchange among the faculty involved in teaching related subjects in IT and CS programs will be discussed and evaluated. The impact on students, their satisfaction, and success via certification and internship/job placement will be elaborated as well. Furthermore the panel will invite other faculty (conference participants) interested in teaching in the same/related subject areas to participate in discussions and exchange of relevant class materials.
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Citation Information
Vladan Jovanovic, Timur Mirzoev, Lee Toderick, Rick Homkes, et al.. "Engaging Students in Information Storage Management Courses" Middleton, MIProceedings of the 2010 ACM conference on Information Technology Education (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/vladan-jovanovic/6/