Developments in global software engineering education
An ITiCSE 2015 conference working group report has recently delivered a comprehensive systematic review of the literature addressing the challenges and solutions in teaching global software engineering courses. In this panel session, a group of authors of that report will review the findings, and present their own views on teaching such courses, the pros and cons and their own motivations and experiences, together with strategies that have proven effective. We argue that these courses are critical for preparing students for practice as software engineers in today's global settings, but they are certainly not for the faint-hearted. After the review and presentation of position statements by panelists there will be a question and answer session with the audience and a discussion elaborating on the next frontiers in research and practice for global software engineering education.
Proceedings - Frontiers in Education Conference, FIE
Clear, Tony; Beecham, Sarah; Barr, John; Daniels, Mats; Oudshoorn, Michael; and Noll, John, "Developments in global software engineering education" (2016). Faculty Articles Indexed in Scopus. 691.