Software Engineering Education Workshop
Co-located with

The 21st Asia Pacific Software Engineering Conference (APSEC)
JEJU, KOREA,
December 1,2014

Call For Participation and Submission

Software Engineering Education Workshop (SEEW) co-located with The 21th Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference (APSEC 2014) invites educators and researchers in the area of SE Education to submit a 1-2 page write-up on topic(s) of interest within the scope of SE Education, a position statement and a brief bio. SEEW @ APSEC 2014 is not a paper-presentation based workshop and is a discussion and brainstorming oriented workshop. The workshop will involve keynote speeches, sub-group discussions and submission of the notes compiled in the form of a technical report or paper to ACM Software Engineering Notes (SEN). Due to the nature and format of the workshop, the number of participants will be arounrestircted to 25 or so.

Important Dates:

Submission Deadline: October 15 EXTENDED: 30th October

Notification of Acceptance: October 31EXTENDED: 7th November or before

Topics of Interest

  • Assessment

  • Assimilation of recent technology developments in teaching

  • Certification

  • Challenges in teaching software engineering (SE) courses

  • Curriculum

  • Degree in Software Engineering

  • Distance Education

  • Educational innovations

  • Industry issues/needs/demands

  • Industry-academia collaboration/partnership

  • Innovations in on-line courseware or e-learning

  • Innovative use of social media for knowledge management

  • Minimum knowledge required from the graduates who have undertaken SE courses

  • Observations based on real-life experience in the classroom

  • Offering software engineering projects to UG and PG students

  • Pedagogical issues

  • Reporting rigorous experiments or surveys on teaching, teaching methods or practices

  • Teaching methods, practices

  • The future of Software Engineering Education

  • Use of the Software Engineering Body of Knowledge (SWEBOK)


  • Submission details:

    Participants will be selected based on the position statements. The selection will be made to ensure a good mix of views, opinions and experiences rather than any quality measure of the statements. Selection will be done by the workshop organisers. The workshop will be restricted to maximum 25 participants for effective discussion. Participants must adhere to submission format of ACM SIG guidelines available here. Please submit the position statements in PDF at EasyChair.