Multinational perspectives on information technology from academia and industry
As the term 'information technology' has many meanings for various stakeholders and continues to evolve, this work presents a comprehensive approach for developing curriculum guidelines for rigorous, high quality, bachelor's degree programs in information technology (IT) to prepare successful graduates for a future global technological society. The aim is to address three research questions in the context of IT concerning (1) the educational frameworks relevant for academics and students of IT, (2) the pathways into IT programs, and (3) graduates' preparation for meeting future technologies. The analysis of current trends comes from survey data of IT faculty members and professional IT industry leaders. With these analyses, the IT Model Curricula of CC2005, IT2008, IT2017, extensive literature review, and the multinational insights of the authors into the status of IT, this paper presents a comprehensive overview and discussion of future directions of global IT education toward 2025.
Proceedings of the 2015 ITiCSE on Working Group Reports
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Mihaela Sabin, John Impagliazzo, Hala Alrumaih, Brenda Byers, Daina Gudoniene, Margaret Hamilton, Vsevolod Kotlyarov, Barry Lunt, James W McGu.ee, Svetlana Peltsverger, et al., Multinational perspectives on information technology from academia and industry, Proceedings of the 2015 ITiCSE on Working Group Reports, ACM, 2015, pp. 149–171.
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