Symposium Logo 7th China – Europe International Symposium on Software Industry Orientated Education: 23-24th May 2011, University of Northampton : University of Northampton
 
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9-10:30

Registration and Coffee

Photograph

10:30-12:00

Welcome and Keynote

12:00-13:00

Lunch

13:00-14:30

Session 1a papers (10mins) and  questions at the end

NW208

Chairs: Kassel & Zhu

 

Title

Author

A Multidimensional Program Assessment Method

Li Xiukun, Wu Yan

Discussion and Practice of Graduation Design Guidance for Software Engineering

Chen Yin

Applying Online Judge and Anti-Plagiarism to Improve Programming Courses

Sun Zhigang, Che Wanxiang, Wang Yuying and Su Xiaohong

Universal design is sustainable design, but how is it measured?

Damian Gordon, Ciaran O’Leary

Programming, problem solving ability training and assessment with AutoLEP

Wang Tiantian, Su Xiaohong, Wang Yuying, Ma Peijun

 

 

Session1b papers (10mins) and  questions at the end

NW210

Chairs: Rosen & Fu

 

Title

 

Author

E-Learning and support tools for Information and Computer Sciences,

Tina Wilson and Giselle Ferreira,

 

 

A participatory approach to improve the management of E-waste in Nigeria

Margaret P Bates a, Kathleen M Holley a and Oladele Osibanjo b

Software Industry and Talents Cultivation in China

 

Chen Dongming, Zhu Zhiliang

The Exploration and Practice of University-Enterprise Collaboration in Industrial Practice - A Factual Instance of the Excellent Engineer Plan

Peijun MA  Shu LIU  Jingchun XU  Xiaofei XU

14:30-15:00

Coffee

15:00-17:00

Session 2a papers (10mins) and  questions at the end.

NW208

Chairs: Picton & Xu

 

Title

 

Author

Junkbots

Scott Turner

Assessing the Coverage of Standards for Quality International Education

Ciarán O’Leary

An Interoperability Case Development for Joint UB1-HIT Master Programme

Zhiying TU[a], Gregory ZACHAREWICZ[b], David CHEN[c],

Experience of teaching “algorithm design and analysis” targeted at application

WU Yan,  LI Xiukun

Teaching High Level Information Requirements: A case study on a succesful undergraduate course

Gianmario Motta

The explore and practice on the cultivation of software talents

Liyong Ren, Ruhai Lu

Session 2 papers (10mins) and  questions at the end.

NW210 Chairs:

Mahey & Sun

 

Title

 

Author

Towards a Sustainable Computing Education

Kamal Bechkoum(1), Keith Straughan(2) and Kevin Scobell(3)

 

 

Tutor Accountability System in Software School of UESTC

Xuemei Li, Ting Zhong, Shijie Zhou

Case Study of a UK Student Placement in China

C.C.H. Rosen & C. Lord

Innovation and Practice on the Intensive Cultivation and Management Pattern of Software Engineering Talent

Yi Qu,  Xue-qing Li , Ti Zhou Li-xin Li

Experiences of Teaching Product Data Management:  Lessons learned from teaching product lifecycle management in a holistic way

S. Kassel

 

 

19:00

Conference dinner (Sedgebrook Hall)

 

 

Day 1: Immersive environment demonstrations

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13:00-14:30

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15:00-17:00

NVision demonstrations please book at reception

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