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Title: A framework for designing information technology programmes using ACM/IEEE curriculum guidelines
Authors: Adegbehingbe, Oluwakemi D. 
Eyono Obono, Seraphim Desire 
Keywords: Information Technology;ACM/IEEE-IT;Education;Curriculum
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: International Association of Engineers
Source: Adegbehingbe, O.D. and Eyono Obono, S.D. 'A Framework for Designing Information Technology Programmes using ACM/IEEE Curriculum Guidelines.' Proceedings of the World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science. 1 (2012).
Abstract: 
The aim of this paper is to present a framework
for the design of Information Technology (IT) curriculum
programmes. This aim is achieved by identifying key models
for curriculum design in general. The identification of these
models was the result of a systematic literature review of
existing work on designing and renewing curricula in various
disciplines. The main result of this paper was obtained by
merging the above mentioned curriculum models, and by
incorporating ACM/IEEE-IT curriculum guidelines into the
merged model. The resulting model includes the following six
key phases for IT curriculum design: Information Collection,
Goal Identification, Design, Model Testing, Implementation,
and Evaluation. These key phases were finally designed in
terms of the core aspects of ACM/IEEE-IT curriculum
guidelines, the various options presented by these guidelines,
and their ability to be customized. The novelty of this study
can be credited to its use of systematic review of existing
literature to achieve its aim.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10321/827
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