CSEET Communication Panel

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Panel at CSEET in Honolulu, 2011.

Panel at CSEET in Honolulu, 2011.

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  • How was the project organized?

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  • 1. Is Integration of Communication and Technical Instruction Across the SE Curriculum a Viable Strategy for Improving the Real World Communication Abilities of Software Engineering Graduates?
    http://cpath.csi.muohio.edu
    MladenVouk
    NCSU
    Janet E. Burge
    Paul V. Anderson
    Miami University
    Andrew Begel
    Microsoft Research
    Gerald C. Gannod
    Moderator
    This work was funded by NSF CPATH-II Award CCF-0939122. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.
  • 2. “I have people skills”
    2
  • 3. Audience: What do you think communication in CS and SE means?
  • 4. Project: http://cpath.csi.muohio.edu
    Developing communication course outcomes and assignments for 6 courses:
    CS1, CS2, Data Structures, Software Engineering, Databases, Capstone/Senior Design
    Participants from 14 institutions with Miami and NCSU as lead
    CS and Software Engineering Faculty
    Communication Across the Curriculum Faculty
    Industrial participants
    4
  • 5. The Panelists
    Three different perspectives on the project:
    CS/SE Faculty (Burge, Vouk)
    Communication Across the Curriculum Faculty (Anderson)
    Industrial Partner/Participant (Begel)
    5
  • 6. Format
    2-3 minute introduction by each of the panelists
    Prepared Questions
    Questions from audience
    Twitter hashtag: #cseet2011p2
    6
  • 7. What communication skills are do we expect graduates to possess?
    (Audience?)
  • 8. How are we doing this?
    (Audience: What have you tried?)
    8
  • 9. What are the roles of the different participants?
    (Audience: Are we missing any important constituents?)
  • 10. What do the assignments look like?
    (Audience: Is this sufficient for you to get started?)
  • 11. Audience: Do you see any pitfalls?
    What has make this difficult?
  • 12. How are we preparing faculty?
    (Audience: What kind of training would you expect to receive?)
  • 13. How do the participants feel about the project?
  • 14. 14
  • 15. Are we doing the right thing?
    (Audience: What might the alternatives be?)
  • 16. How are we evaluating success?
    (Audience: What would drive you towards using our materials?)
  • 17. Is there something that we haven’t thought of?
    (Audience?)