SECTION I Invited Presentations.- "Opening Remarks".- "Software Engineering Education in IBM".- "A Post-Mortem Analysis of the Software Engineering Programs at Wang Institute of Graduate Studies".- SECTION II Refereed Papers.- 1 Undergraduate Software Engineering Education.- Synopsis of Presentation by Ray Buhr.- Questions for Ray Buhr.- "Undoing The Sequential Mindset: The Sofware-CAD Approach".- "Adding Reviews, Prototyping, and Frequent Deliveries to Software Engineering Projects".- "Producing Software Using Tools in a Workstation Environment".- "A First Course in Computer Science: Mathematical Principles for Software Engineering".- "A Support Tool for Teaching Computer Programming".- "Stalking The Typical Undergraduate Software Engineering Course: Results from a Survey".- 2 Teaching Project Courses.- Synopsis of Presentation.- Synopsis of Presentation.- Synopsis of Presentation.- Synopsis of Presentation.- On the Project Panel Course Questions and Answers.- "Some Observations on Teaching a Software Project Course".- "Two Complementary Course Sequences on The Design and Implementation of Software Products".- "The System Factory Approach to Software Engineering Education".- "Performing Requirements Analysis Project Courses for External Customers".- "An Academic Environment for Undergraduate Software Engineering Projects".- "A Project-Based Software Course: The Myth of The 'Real-World'".- 3 Graduate Level Software Engineering Education.- Synopsis of Presentation.- Questions for Caroline M. Eastman.- "Education for Research in Software Engineering".- "Accommodating the Software Engineering Evolution in Education".- "The Evolution of Wang Institute's Master of Software Engineering Program".- "Teaching a Software Design Methodology".- "Software Engineering at Monmouth College".- 4 Industrial Education and Training.- "A Synergy of Industrial and Academic Education".- "IAI Corporate Software Engineering Training and Education Program".- "Software Engineering: Industry Meets Academia".- "The Computer Science Education Program at AT&T Bell Laboratories, Merrimack Valley".- "Formal Education Within The Software Life Cycle".- "The Challenge of Technology Transfer".- SECTION III Panel Sessions.- 1 Four Models of Industry/Academia Interfaces.- Panel Discussion on Four Models of Industry/Academia Interfaces.- Questions and Answers on the Industry/Academia Panel.- 2 Ada in Software Engineering Education.- Panel Sessions on Ada in Education.
This volume combines the proceedings of the 1987 SEI Conference on Software Engineering Education, held in Monroeville, Pennsylvania on April 30 and May 1, 1987, with the set of papers that formed the basis for that conference. The conference was sponsored by the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) of Carnegie-Mellon University. SEI is a federally-funded research and development center established by the United States Department of Defense to improve the state of software technology. The Education Division of SEI is charged with improving the state of software engineering education. This is the third volume on software engineering education to be pub lished by Springer-Verlag. The first (Software Engineering Education: Needs and Objectives, edited by Tony Wasserman and Peter Freeman) was published in 1976. That volume documented a workshop in which educa tors and industrialists explored needs and objectives in software engineering education. The second volume (Software Engineering Education: The Educational Needs of the Software Community, edited by Norm Gibbs and Richard Fairley) was published in 1986. The 1986 volume contained the proceedings of a limited attendance workshop held at SEI and sponsored by SEI and Wang Institute. In contrast to the 1986 Workshop, which was limited in attendance to 35 participants, the 1987 Conference attracted approximately 180 participants.
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