Classifying information systems education by method engineering
Method engineering (ME) deals with the selection and assembly of situation-specific methods for information systems development. In this short paper we propose to use ME with an educational goal, that is to evaluate information systems curricula.
KeywordsInformation systems curriculum (general) taxonomies educational profiles
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