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Analysis of Computing Curriculum Standard J07 using ICT Common Body of Knowledge

発表形態:
原著論文
主要業績:
その他
単著・共著:
共著
発表年月:
2012年03月
DOI:
会議属性:
国際会議(国内開催を含む)
査読:
有り
リンク情報:

日本語フィールド

著者:
掛下 哲郎、大月 美佳 読み: カケシタ テツロウ、オオツキ ミカ
題名:
Analysis of Computing Curriculum Standard J07 using ICT Common Body of Knowledge
発表情報:
Proc DEMSET 2012 ページ: 1-7
キーワード:
Requirement Analysis, ICT education, Outcomes based assessment, Quality assurance of higher education
概要:
Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ) has announced the Computing Curriculum Standard J07 which is compatible with the Computing Curricula 2005 (CC2005) Series proposed in the United States. Both J07 and CC2005 are composed of five major domains, CS, CE, SE, IS and IT, each of which is developed by different community so that relationship among these domains is not concrete. In this paper, we analyze each body of knowledge (BOK) of the domains and map them into the ICT common body of knowledge (ICTBOK). We estimate the degree of importance and the requirement level in terms of the 155 ICTBOK areas for each domain by utilizing the mapping. As a result, the relationship among the domains is clarified. We also compare the analysis result with the requirement data collected from 58 business persons.
抄録:
Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ) has announced the Computing Curriculum Standard J07 which is compatible with the Computing Curricula 2005 (CC2005) Series proposed in the United States. Both J07 and CC2005 are composed of five major domains, CS, CE, SE, IS and IT, each of which is developed by different community so that relationship among these domains is not concrete. In this paper, we analyze each body of knowledge (BOK) of the domains and map them into the ICT common body of knowledge (ICTBOK). We estimate the degree of importance and the requirement level in terms of the 155 ICTBOK areas for each domain by utilizing the mapping. As a result, the relationship among the domains is clarified. We also compare the analysis result with the requirement data collected from 58 business persons.

英語フィールド

Author:
Tetsuro Kakeshita, Mika Ohtsuki
Title:
Analysis of Computing Curriculum Standard J07 using ICT Common Body of Knowledge
Announcement information:
Proc DEMSET 2012 Page: 1-7
Keyword:
Requirement Analysis, ICT education, Outcomes based assessment, Quality assurance of higher education
An abstract:
Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ) has announced the Computing Curriculum Standard J07 which is compatible with the Computing Curricula 2005 (CC2005) Series proposed in the United States. Both J07 and CC2005 are composed of five major domains, CS, CE, SE, IS and IT, each of which is developed by different community so that relationship among these domains is not concrete. In this paper, we analyze each body of knowledge (BOK) of the domains and map them into the ICT common body of knowledge (ICTBOK). We estimate the degree of importance and the requirement level in terms of the 155 ICTBOK areas for each domain by utilizing the mapping. As a result, the relationship among the domains is clarified. We also compare the analysis result with the requirement data collected from 58 business persons.
An abstract:
Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ) has announced the Computing Curriculum Standard J07 which is compatible with the Computing Curricula 2005 (CC2005) Series proposed in the United States. Both J07 and CC2005 are composed of five major domains, CS, CE, SE, IS and IT, each of which is developed by different community so that relationship among these domains is not concrete. In this paper, we analyze each body of knowledge (BOK) of the domains and map them into the ICT common body of knowledge (ICTBOK). We estimate the degree of importance and the requirement level in terms of the 155 ICTBOK areas for each domain by utilizing the mapping. As a result, the relationship among the domains is clarified. We also compare the analysis result with the requirement data collected from 58 business persons.


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