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A common core for noninformatics majors

  • Monique Grandbastien
  • Richard LeBlanc
  • Hubert Christiaen
  • Charles Duchâteau
  • Peter Juliff
  • Hajime Ohiwa
  • Harriett Taylor
  • Eric van Ammers
  • Piet van der Kamp
  • Roland Vollmar
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Part of the IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology book series (IFIPAICT)

Abstract

Virtually all students in modern higher education programs should be exposed to informatics, not only in its applications but also in its core concepts. In this focus group paper we propose an introductory informatics course with six important themes, covering the full breadth of the discipline. The course can be implemented in various ways, depending on the audience. In any case there should be ‘construction experience’ and problem solving activity. This can be achieved through the conventional programming approach, but equally through alternatives that are more attractive for noninformatics majors.

Keywords

Informatics other disciplines noninformatics majors curriculum (core) 

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© IFIP 1998

Authors and Affiliations

  • Monique Grandbastien
  • Richard LeBlanc
  • Hubert Christiaen
  • Charles Duchâteau
  • Peter Juliff
  • Hajime Ohiwa
  • Harriett Taylor
  • Eric van Ammers
  • Piet van der Kamp
  • Roland Vollmar

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