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Software Engineering Education and Training, Conference on (2002)
Covington, Kentucky
Feb. 25, 2002 to Feb. 27, 2002
ISBN: 0-7695-1515-0
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword (PDF)

pp. ix
Keynotes
Invited Talk

Using SWEBOK for Education Programs in Industry and Academia (Abstract)

Dennis J. Frailey , Southern Methodist University
James Mason , Securities Industry Automation Corporation
pp. 0006
Paper Session A: Programs Focusing on Learner Needs

Towards a Certification-Centred Software Engineering Programme (Abstract)

Lam Wing Hong , Institute of Systems Science
Lim Swee Cheang , Institute of Systems Science
Yum Hui Yuen , Institute of Systems Science
pp. 0022
Paper Session B: Teaching Software Design
Paper Session C: Graduate Education

Use and Evaluation of SWEBOK by Postgraduate Students (Abstract)

J. Barrie Thompson , University of Sunderland
Colin J. Hardy , University of Sunderland
pp. 0066

The software studio in software engineering education (PDF)

S. Kuhn , School of Computer Science and the Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 236-238
Paper Session D: Teaching Introductory Material

Eliminating Aversion to Software Process In Computer Science Students And Measuring the Results (Abstract)

Lawrence Bernstein , Stevens Institute of Technology
David Klappholz , Stevens Institute of Technology
Catherine Kelley , Fairleigh Dickinson University
pp. 0090

Guidelines for the Use of Pair Programming in a Freshman Programming Class (Abstract)

J. Bevan , University of California at Santa Cruz
L. Werner , University of California at Santa Cruz
C. McDowell , University of California at Santa Cruz
pp. 0100
Paper Session E: Group Projects

Open Ended Group Projects, Motivating Students and Preparing them for the "Real World" (Abstract)

Mats Daniels , Uppsala University
Xristine Faulkner , South Bank University
Ian Newman , Loughborough University
pp. 0128
Paper Session G: Teaching the SE Process

Teaching the Unified Process to Undergraduate Students (Abstract)

Michael Halling , Vienna University of Technology
Wolfgang Zuser , Vienna University of Technology
Monika Köhle , Vienna University of Technology
Stefan Biffl , Vienna University of Technology
pp. 0148
Paper Session F

Adapting Extreme Programming For A Core Software Engineering Course (Abstract)

Anuja Shukla , North Carolina State University
Laurie Williams , North Carolina State University
pp. 0184

When Theory Meets Practice: Enriching the CS Curriculum Through Industrial Case Studies (Abstract)

Joan Krone , Denison University
David Juedes , Ohio University
Meera Sitharam , University of Florida
pp. 0207

A New Approach to Teaching Software Risk Management with Case Studies (Abstract)

Anne Fuller , University of Wollongong
Peter Croll , University of Wollongong
Limei Di , University of Wollongong
pp. 0215
Paper Session H

Cutting Hacking : Breaking from Tradition (Abstract)

Rick Duley , Edith Cowan University
S P Maj , Edith Cowan University
pp. 0224

Experience in Early and Late Software Engineering Project Courses (Abstract)

Birgit Demuth , Dresden University of Technology
Mike Fischer , Dresden University of Technology
Heinrich Hussmann , Dresden University of Technology
pp. 0241
Panel Summaries

Software Engineering Masters Programs- Lessons Learned (Abstract)

Vladan Jovanovic , Georgia Southern University
Paul MacNeil , Mercer University
Duane Matlen , US Army TACOM
Kenneth Modesitt , University of Michigan- Dearborn
Daniel Shoemaker , University of Detroit Mercy
pp. 0253

The Software Studio in Software Engineering Education (Abstract)

Orit Hazzan , Technion -Israel Inst.of Technology
Bruce Corson , Corson Associates/Architects
Sarah Kuhn , U.Massachusetts Lowell
James E. Tomayko , Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 0256
Workshop Summaries
Tutorial Summaries

Software Quality Across the Curriculum (Abstract)

Massood Towhidnejad , Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Thomas B. Hilburn , Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
pp. 0268

Author Index (PDF)

pp. 0275
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