Student Learning Experience with an Industry Certification Course at University

Publisher:
The Fifth Australasian Computing Education Conference, Fifth Australasian Computing Education Conference, Australian Computer Society
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Article
Citation:
Simmonds, A J (2003). Student Learning Experience with an Industry Certification Course at University, Proceedings of the Fifth Australasian Computing Education Conference, Fifth Australasian Computing Education Conference, Australian Computer Society, Sydney, pp.143-147
Issue Date:
2003
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This is an analysis of the computer generated feedback from an industry certification course, as taught as part of a university unit. A method for extracting useful information from the available course evaluation data is proposed, and the method is shown to be effective and reasonable. Conclusions for the particular unit are drawn. In particular it is shown that the unit was successful in giving a large cohort of students a good learning experience and that there is a high degree of correlation between student enjoyment and the professionalism of the instructor.
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