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|Title:||Computer science curriculum 2013: Reviewing the strawman report from the ACM/IEEE-CS task force|
Cuadros Vargas, Ernesto
|Keywords:||Computer engineering;Computer science curricula;Computing curricula;CS2013;Curricular guidelines;Task force;Undergraduate program;Information systems;Software engineering;Curricula|
|Abstract:||Beginning over 40 years ago with the publication of Curriculum 68, the major professional societies in computing - ACM and IEEE-Computer Society - have sponsored various efforts to establish international curricular guidelines for undergraduate programs in computing. As the field has grown and diversified, so too have the recommendations for curricula. There are now guidelines for Computer Engineering, Information Systems, Information Technology, and Software Engineering in addition to Computer Science. These volumes are updated regularly with the aim of keeping computing curricula modern and relevant. In the Fall of 2010, work on the next volume in the series, Computer Science 2013 (CS2013), began. Considerable work on the new volume has already been completed and a first draft of the CS2013 report (known as the Strawman report) will be complete by the beginning of 2012. This panel seeks to update and engage the SIGCSE community in providing feedback on the Strawman report, which will be available shortly prior to the SIGCSE conference. © 2012 Authors.|
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