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J07 Follow-up Survey: Achievement Level Analysis of Colleges and Students

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06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:
Mika Ohtsuki, Tetsuro Kakeshita
題名:
J07 Follow-up Survey: Achievement Level Analysis of Colleges and Students
発表情報:
Proc. Computers and Advanced Technology in Education (CATE 2012), Napoli, Italy ページ: 1-9
キーワード:
ICT, Quality Assurance in Education, Outcomes based Assessment, Requirement Analysis
概要:
抄録:
As impact of ICT to the society is increasing, advanced ICT education is required. Until now, there are number of challenges for professional ICT education both at academia and industry. However, mismatches between them are often claimed. In this paper, we collect achievement data of colleges and students majored in ICT. We have previously collected and analyzed requirement data from industry so that we shall compare the achievement and requirement data in this paper. We call the entire survey project as J07 follow-up survey whose name comes from the computing curriculum standard J07 proposed by the Information Processing Society of Japan. Quantitative analysis of the mismatch becomes possible through the J07 follow-up survey. Such analysis is useful to promote mutual understanding of academia and industry to improve cooperation in education.

英語フィールド

Author:
Mika Ohtsuki, Tetsuro Kakeshita
Title:
J07 Follow-up Survey: Achievement Level Analysis of Colleges and Students
Announcement information:
Proc. Computers and Advanced Technology in Education (CATE 2012), Napoli, Italy Page: 1-9
Keyword:
ICT, Quality Assurance in Education, Outcomes based Assessment, Requirement Analysis
An abstract:
As impact of ICT to the society is increasing, advanced ICT education is required. Until now, there are number of challenges for professional ICT education both at academia and industry. However, mismatches between them are often claimed. In this paper, we collect achievement data of colleges and students majored in ICT. We have previously collected and analyzed requirement data from industry so that we shall compare the achievement and requirement data in this paper. We call the entire survey project as J07 follow-up survey whose name comes from the computing curriculum standard J07 proposed by the Information Processing Society of Japan. Quantitative analysis of the mismatch becomes possible through the J07 follow-up survey. Such analysis is useful to promote mutual understanding of academia and industry to improve cooperation in education.


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