Conference Proceeding Article
Capstone project courses give students experience solving a substantial problem using concepts that span several topic areas in the program of study. Having 280 students graduate every year, requires a substantial effort towards sourcing appropriate projects from the industry and academia that provide hands-on opportunity to apply IT solutions to problems. This paper presents two sourcing models for supporting the sourcing of capstone projects. For each model, the various project origination sources, the distinct attributes, the challenges and lessons learnt are discussed.
Science Education, Workforce Education, Engineering Education
Computer Sciences | Higher Education
Learning and Information Systems Education
SITE 2015: 26th International Conference of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education: March 2-6, Las Vegas: Proceedings
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GAN, Benjamin and SHANKARARAMAN, Venky.
Project Sourcing for Capstone Course Experience from an Undergraduate Program. (2015). SITE 2015: 26th International Conference of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education: March 2-6, Las Vegas: Proceedings. 2795-2799. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/sis_research/2946
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