|dc.identifier.citation||Technical Report No: Lero TR20015_01. Retrieved from: http://www.lero.ie/sites/default/files/Protocol-Teaching_GSDSLR.pdf||en_NZ
|dc.description.abstract||This SLR we are conducting traverses the many options available to Computer Science (CS) educators
teaching CS courses involving global collaboration. The challenges and solutions in conducting global
software engineering courses will be addressed. While there is a rich source of literature covering this
topic, there is limited consolidated guidance available for CS educators wishing to implement a global
course, in collaboration with other institutions. So building upon the existing knowledge in the literature
in the area will help to produce a report that will serve as a broad ranging resource for global software
The SLR focusses on two areas:
1. Learning GSE Theory: Developing courses based on GSE theory. I.e. How to teach students
about developing software across multi-site teams (to include things like cultural training – i.e.
how to build trust amongst a team that hasn’t met face to face, etc.).
2. Learning GSE by doing: Developing courses that show how to apply GSE methods in the
classroom. E.g. where students develop software in multi-site teams (where the software
developed is not really the focus, but ‘how’ to develop the software is what we would be
We also include studies that take a hybrid approach by including a combination of theory and practice.
I.e. research that presents experiences of running hybrid courses aimed at developing student capabilities
in working as global professionals which have varying degrees of cross-site collaboration, and theorypractice
|dc.publisher||LERO, The Irish Sofware Research Centre||en_NZ
|dc.rights||Section 8 of the Freedom of Information Act 2014, requires Freedom of Information FOI bodies to prepare and publish as much information as possible in an open and accessible manner on a routine basis outside of FOI, having regard to the principles of openness, transparency, and accountability.||
|dc.title||Challenges and Recommendations for
the Design and Conduct of Global
Software Engineering Courses: A
|aut.publication.place||University of Limerick, Ireland,||en_NZ
|aut.relation.reportnumber||Technical Report No: Lero TR20015_01||en_NZ