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Software Engineering Education and Training, Conference on (2007)
Dublin, Ireland
July 3, 2007 to July 5, 2007
ISSN: 1093-0175
ISBN: 0-7695-2893-7
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword (PDF)

pp. x-xi
Introduction

Foreword (PDF)

pp. x-xi
Keynote Addresses

Software Engineering Education in China (PDF)

Yulin Wang , Wuhan University, China
pp. xvii

Resolving Dilemmas in Software Engineering Education (PDF)

David Parnas , University of Limerick, Ireland
pp. xix
Paper Session A: SE Education--Global Scenario
Paper Session B: Students' Projects--Continuing Attention

Maintaining High Process Capability in a Student Project Course (Abstract)

John Seagrott , Griffith University, Australia
Terence P. Rout , Griffith University, Australia
pp. 37-44

How Students Perceive Risk: A Study of Senior Capstone Project Teams (Abstract)

Dennis P. Groth , Indiana University, USA
Matthew P. Hottell , Indiana University, USA
pp. 45-54
Paper Session C: Educational Theory and Pedagogy

Learning from Reflection: Practitioners as Adult Learners (Abstract)

Jocelyn Armarego , Murdoch University, Australia
pp. 55-63

Globalizing Software Development in the Local Classroom (Abstract)

Sarah Moore , University of Limerick, Ireland
Daniel Paulish , Siemens Corporate Research, USA
Valentine Casey , University of Limerick, Ireland
Dolores Zage , Ball State University, USA
Ita Richardson , University of Limerick, Ireland
pp. 64-71

Lab Partners: If They're Good Enough for the Natural Sciences, Why Aren't They Good Enough for Us? (Abstract)

Laurie Williams , North Carolina State University, USA
Lucas Layman , North Carolina State University, USA
pp. 72-82
Paper Session D: Meeting the Needs of Industry - I

Empirical Software Engineering in Industry Short Courses (Abstract)

Clark S. Turner , California Polytechnic State University, USA
David S. Janzen , California Polytechnic State University, USA
Hossein Saiedian , University of Kansas, USA
pp. 89-96

Preparing Software Engineering Graduates for an Industry Career (Abstract)

Kunal Bedse , University of Melbourne, Australia
Shanika Karunasekera , University of Melbourne, Australia
pp. 97-106
Paper Session E: Curriculum and Design of Courseware - I

A Case for Software Engineering (Abstract)

Massood Towhidnejad , Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Thomas B. Hilburn , Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
pp. 107-114

Increased Retention of Early Computer Science and Software Engineering Students Using Pair Programming (Abstract)

Lulu He , Mississippi State University, USA
Julia Hodges , Mississippi State University, USA
Donna Reese , Mississippi State University, USA
Jeffrey C. Carver , Mississippi State University, USA
Lisa Henderson , Mississippi State University, USA
pp. 115-122

Supporting the Formal Analysis of Software Designs (Abstract)

Ann E.K. Sobel , Miami University, USA
Sherrie Campbell , Miami University, USA
pp. 123-132
Paper Session F: Curriculum and Design of Courseware - II

Using Model-Driven Development in Time-Constrained Course Projects (Abstract)

Wilson Padua , Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil
pp. 133-140

Stages in Teaching Software Design (Abstract)

A.J. Cowling , University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
pp. 141-148

A Comparison of the Software Assurance Common Body of Knowledge to Common Curricular Standards (Abstract)

Jeffrey A. Ingalsbe , Ford Motor Co.
Nancy R. Mead , Software Engineering Inst.
Antonio Drommi , Univ. of Detroit Mercy
Dan Shoemaker , Univ. of Detroit Mercy
pp. 149-156

Practice and Transfer of Learning in the Teaching of Software Testing (Abstract)

Cem Kaner , Florida Institute of Technology, USA
Sowmya Padmanabhan , Microsoft TV
pp. 157-166
Paper Session G: Meeting the Needs of Industry - II

SE and CS Collaboration: Training Students for Engineering Large, Complex Systems (Abstract)

Muhammad Uzair , University of Peshawar, Pakistan
Mohammad Nauman , City University of Science and Information Technology, Pakistan
pp. 167-174

Beyond PBL: Preparing Graduates for Professional Practice (Abstract)

Jocelyn Armarego , Murdoch University, Australia
pp. 175-183

Towards a European Master Programme on Global Software Engineering (Abstract)

Ivica Crnkovic , Malardalen University, Sweden
Sasikumar Punnekkat , Malardalen University, Sweden
Patricia Lago , Vrije Universiteit, The Netherlands
Henry Muccini , University of L'Aquila, Italy
Hans Van Vliet , Vrije Universiteit, The Netherlands
Ljerka Beus-Dukic , University of Westminster, UK
pp. 184-194
Paper Session H: Learning Environments and Tools

Comprehensive Evaluation of an Educational Software Engineering Simulation Environment (Abstract)

Andre van der Hoek , University of California, Irvine
Emily Oh Navarro , University of California, Irvine
pp. 195-202

Key Software Engineering Concepts for Project Success: The Use of "Boot Camp" to Establish Successful Software Projects (Abstract)

Gil Taran , Carnegie Mellon University, USA
David Root , Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Mel Rosso-Llopart , Carnegie Mellon University, USA
pp. 203-210

Using Games in Software Engineering Education to Teach Risk Management (Abstract)

Gil Taran , Carnegie Mellon University, USA
pp. 211-220
Paper Session I: Drivers for Effective SE Education - I

IEEE Software Engineering Standards: A Student's Version (Abstract)

Richard Hall Thayer , Software Management Training
Andrew D. McGettrick , University of Strathclyde, UK
pp. 229-236

Report from the 3rd International Symposium on Software Engineering Course Projects (SWECP 2006) (Abstract)

Spencer Smith , McMaster University, Canada
Scott Tilley , Florida Institute of Technology, USA
Ken Wong , University of Alberta, Canada
pp. 237-246
Paper Session J: Innovative Tools for Delivery of SE Education

Electronic Portfolios through a Qualitative Lens (Abstract)

Cem Kaner , Florida Institute of Technology, USA
Rebecca L. Fiedler , Acclaro Research Solutions
pp. 247-254

Student Project Collaboration Using Wikis (Abstract)

Joseph Chao , Bowling Green State University, USA
pp. 255-261

Laptop Enabled Active Learning in the Software Engineering Classroom: An Experience Report (Abstract)

Rick Kazman , University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA
Dan Port , University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA
pp. 262-274
Paper Session K: Focusing on Software Architecture in SE Education

Using an Architecture Reasoning Tool to Teach Software Architecture (Abstract)

John D. McGregor , Clemson University
Philip Bianco , Software Engineering Institute
Felix Bachman , Software Engineering Institute
Mark Klein , Software Engineering Institute
Len Bass , Software Engineering Institute
pp. 275-282

Creating Meaningful Assessments for Professional Development Education in Software Architecture (Abstract)

Elspeth Golden , Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Len Bass , Carnegie Mellon University, USA
pp. 283-290

Educational Approach to an Experiment in a Software Architecture Course (Abstract)

Erik Arisholm , Simula Research Laboratory, Norway
Alf Inge Wang , Norwegian Univ. of Science and Technology, Norway
Letizia Jaccheri , Norwegian Univ. of Science and Technology, Norway
pp. 291-300
Paper Session L: Drivers for Effective SE Education - II

Addressing Communication Issues in Software Development: A Case Study Approach (Abstract)

Charles Wallace , Michigan Technological University, USA
Marika Seigel , Michigan Technological University, USA
Ann Brady , Michigan Technological University, USA
Thomas Vosecky , Michigan Technological University, USA
pp. 301-308

A Study of the Effectiveness of Case Study Approach in Software Engineering Education (Abstract)

Vasudeva Varma , International Institute of Information Technology, India
Kirti Garg , International Institute of Information Technology, India
pp. 309-316

Analysis of the Relation between the Teaching Materials and Motivation in Programming Education (Abstract)

Kuo-Li Huang , Southern Taiwan University of Technology, Taiwan
Yasuhiro Takemura , Osaka University of Arts, Japan
Hideo Nagumo , Niigata Seiryo University, Japan
Kenichi Matsumoto , Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
pp. 317-326
Paper Session M: Larger Societal Aspects of SE Education
Workshop Position Papers
Panel Position Papers

Panel: Software Engineering Education for a Flat World (PDF)

Daniel Port , University of Hawaii
Ramanathan Narayanan , Tata Consultancy Services Ltd
pp. 361

On the Feasibility of Specialization within Software Engineering Degree Programs (Abstract)

Thomas B. Hilburn , Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
James McDonald , Monmouth University
Nancy R. Mead , Carnegie Mellon University
Dan Shoemaker , University of Detroit Mercy
Michael Ryan , Dublin City University
pp. 362-366
"Birds of a Feather" Session

Preparing Students for Software Engineering Research (PDF)

Ita Richardson , University of Limerick, Ireland
pp. 367
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

pp. 369
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