15th Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training
CSEET 2002 Feb 25 - Feb 27, 2002
"Instantiating Software Engineering Education"
Covington, Kentucky (Greater Cincinnati), USA
Call for Papers, Panels, and Workshops
Software Engineering education is beyond philosophical debates over relevance
or appropriateness. MS programs in Software Engineering are well established,
and undergraduate programs are coming on-line. It is time to turn to the hard
work of instantiating programs in Software Engineering as it is manifested in
different forms at different schools. This call asks for papers that will address
the following issues:
* How do we acclimate entering students to the community of practice of Software
* How do we assess and evaluate students and programs?
* What are the knowledge and skill sets we want to introduce to students early
and we want to introduce late in their programs?
* How do we balance process versus product considerations?
* What are the roles of closed ended concise problems and open-ended problems?
* How do we strike an appropriate balance between creativity and discipline?
* What are the needs for life-long learning of software engineering
* How do the requirements for accreditation, certification and licensure impact
Papers and proposals for panels and workshops addressing these issues and related
issues are welcome. As always, the conference's focus is on real solutions that
have been evaluated in the classroom or by some other means beyond anecdotal
subject line "CSEET SUBMISSION"
Submission due dates
* Workshop Proposals: August 16, 2001
* Release of workshop descriptions. Final solicitation of papers and panelists
for the workshops: August 30, 2001
* Research Papers, Experience Reports, Workshop panelist Position Papers,
Tutorial and Panel Proposals: September 20, 2001
* Notification of Acceptance: November 1, 2001
* Camera-ready copies due: December 13, 2001
SITE, University of Ottawa, 150 Louis Pasteur, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5 Canada
College of Computing , Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 30332-0280, USA
Rochester Institute of Technology, 134 Lomb Memorial Dr., Rochester, NY 14623, USA
Sponsorship/Support by the IEEE, ACM and SEI is anticipated.
Timothy C. Lethbridge, Associate Professor
SITE: School of Information Technology and Engineering
University of Ottawa, Canada, K1N 6N5 Office: 613 562-5800x6685
Fax: 613 562-5187 Home: 613 237-6642 Mobile: 613 859-9944
Co-author of McGraw Hill textbook -- Object Oriented Software Engineering:
Practical Software Development using UML and Java. http://www.lloseng.com