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Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training Workshops (2006)
Turtle Bay, Hawaii
Apr. 19, 2006 to Apr. 21, 2006
ISBN: 0-7695-2647-0
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Short Paper Session A: Approaches to Software Engineering

A Product Engineering Approach to Software Development (Abstract)

Kesav V. Nori , Business Systems & Cybernetics Centre Tata Consultancy Services, Hyderabad, India
N. Swaminathan , Business Systems & Cybernetics Centre Tata Consultancy Services, Hyderabad, India
pp. 1

Assessing the Value of Computer Science Course Material Repositories (Abstract)

Wayne G. Lutters , University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Susan M. Mitchell , University of Maryland, Baltimore County
pp. 2

Software Business Education for Software Engineers: Towards an Integrated Curriculum (Abstract)

Jyrki Kontio , Helsinki University of Technology
Markus M. Makela , University of Turku
Mika Ahokas , Helsinki University of Technology
Juhani Warsta , University of Oulu
Pasi Tyrvainen , University of Jyvaskyla
Paivi Poyry , Helsinki University of Technology
pp. 5
Short Paper Session B: Tools for Software Engineering Education

A Methodology for Use Cases Modeling Based on Sequence Diagrams Quantification (Abstract)

J. Reyes Juarez , Universidad Aut?noma de Baja California, Mexico
Karla C. Barraza , Universidad Aut?noma de Baja California, Mexico
Alfredo Crist?bal-Salas , Universidad Aut?noma de Baja California, Mexico
Guillermo Licea , Universidad Aut?noma de Baja California, Mexico
pp. 6

Student-Based Case Studies in Software Communication (Abstract)

Anne Mareck , Michigan Technological University
Ann Brady , Michigan Technological University
Robert R. Johnson , Michigan Technological University
Leroy Steinbacher , Michigan Technological University
Tom Vosecky , Michigan Technological University
Charles Wallace , Michigan Technological University
pp. 7

WriteOn: A Tool to Support Teaching Software Engineering (PDF)

Joseph G. Tront , Virginia Tech
Jane Prey , Microsoft Research
Vinod Eligeti , Virginia Tech
pp. 8

An analysis of learner?s activities in embedded software programming practices (Abstract)

Nobuyuki Kaneko , Nagoya University
Nobuo Kawaguchi , Nagoya University
Hiroyuki Tomiyama , Nagoya University
Hiroaki Takada , Nagoya University
Kiyoshi Agusa , Nagoya University
Masaki Yamamoto , Nagoya University
Kenji Mase , Nagoya University
Shinya Honda , Nagoya University
pp. 9

The computer literacy education using Open Office (Abstract)

Takeshi KANDA , KINKI UNIVERSITY TECHNICAL COLLEGE
Fumiaki MASAKIYO , KINKI UNIVERSITY TECHNICAL COLLEGE
Shigenobu FUKUSHIMA , KINKI UNIVERSITY TECHNICAL COLLEGE
Shinji UCHIDA , KINKI UNIVERSITY TECHNICAL COLLEGE
Masaya NAKAMORI , KINKI UNIVERSITY TECHNICAL COLLEGE
Yasuko HONDA , KINKI UNIVERSITY TECHNICAL COLLEGE
pp. 10
short Paper Session C: Approaches to Education

The Appreciation of Beauty as a Motivation for Learning Computer Programming (Abstract)

Yasuhiro Takemura , Osaka University of Arts
Hideo Nagumo , Niigata Seiryo University
Kenichi Matsumoto , Nara Institute of Science and Technology
pp. 12

Exploring the Cognitive Apprenticeship Approach for Teaching Introductory Software Engineering (Abstract)

Yu-Jen Lin , National Pingtung University of Science and Technology
Yi-Pei Cho , National Pingtung University of Science and Technology
Shen-Tzay Huang , National Pingtung University of Science and Technology
pp. 14

On Practice-Oriented Software Engineering Education (Abstract)

Damiano Distante , University of Sannio, Italy
Shihong Huang , Florida Atlantic University
pp. 15
Workshop on Best Practice in Software Engineering: The Role of Industry in Software Engineering Education and Training

Bringing Industrial Methods to the Classroom (Abstract)

Dennis J. Frailey , Raytheon Company and Southern Methodist University
pp. 17

University Reachout - The Role of Guest Speakers in Communicating with Industry and Other Institutions A Position Paper (Abstract)

H. M. Edwards , University of Sunderland, UK
J. B. Thompson , University of Sunderland, UK
S. M. Young , University of Sunderland, UK
pp. 20
Workshop on Secure Software Engineering Education and Training

What Might We Mean By "Secure Code" and How Might We Teach What We Mean? (Abstract)

Cynthia E. Irvine , Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, California
pp. 22

A set of courses for teaching secure software development (Abstract)

Maria M. Larrondo-Petrie , Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL
Eduardo B. Fernandez , Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL
Shihong Huang , Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL
pp. 23

A Rapidly Reconfigurable Computer Lab for Software Engineering Security Experiments and Exercises (Abstract)

Paul Oman , University of Idaho
David Manz , University of Idaho
Kyle King , University of Idaho
Doug Shikashio , University of Idaho
Paul Ortman , University of Idaho
pp. 24
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