Informatics in higher education: views on informatics and non-informatics curricula : IFIP TC3/WG3.2 International Conferences on Informatics (computer science) as a Discipline and in Other Disciplines: what is common? 17-20 August 1997, Enschede, The Netherlans

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Chapman & Hall on behalf of the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP), May 31, 1998 - Business & Economics - 251 pages
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This book addresses two main themes. The first is, the discipline of informatics. Two major questions will be discussed: how can we obtain and keep track of a systematic and objective overview of the vast landscape in higher informatics education, both nationally and internationally? and would it be useful to rationalize and redesign the informatics curricula, leading to less fragmentation and more communality? The second theme is the relation between informatics and other disciplines, with the following main questions: what informatics do we need to offer a coherent curriculum which suits the needs of the actual information society with respect to specific disciplines? what is relevant in informatics and CIT to provide to others? and what informatics concepts, methods and techniques form the hard core needed in every other discipline?

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A J Turner J Hughes et al
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A common core of concepts for informatics majors
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Computing and education at the university level
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