Case study methodology in technology-focused Information Systems courses: Examining the students’ perspective
Conference Proceeding Article
Despite the increasing popularity of the case study teaching methodology in computing education, papers reporting on actual implementations of case study-based computing courses are still scarce. Moreover, most of this work focuses on the teacher's perspective, thus, largely missing out the learner's perspective. Over a period of four years, the author of this paper has been systematically observing, capturing and analysing students' input as to the use of the case study methodology in an undergraduate Information Systems course. This paper reports on the methods which were used to capture the data, and it presents a brief analysis of this data.
Computer Sciences | Higher Education
IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment and Learning for Engineering (TALE2013)
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Case study methodology in technology-focused Information Systems courses: Examining the students’ perspective. (2013). IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment and Learning for Engineering (TALE2013). Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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