Towards Understanding the Non-technical Work Experiences of Recent Australian Information Technology Graduates

Publisher:
Australian Computer Society
Publication Type:
Conference Proceeding
Citation:
Computing Education 2008. Proc. Tenth Australasian Computing Education Conference (ACE 2008). CRPIT. 78, 2008, pp. 103 - 112
Issue Date:
2008-01
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This paper is a part of an education research degree study where the main objective of the research is to describe and analyse the nontechnical work experiences of recent Information Technology (IT) graduates with a view to generating a substantive theory of the relationship between non-technical work experiences of IT graduates and their University studies. It discusses the findings from the seven in-depth interviews conducted so far. The findings from the pilot study provide an insight into understanding graduate perceptions of the practical relevance of their University courses to the development of knowledge and non-technical skills applicable to their work experience.
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