IT Education and the Knowledge Society an Australian Perspective

Penny Collings, Dharmendra Sharma, David WALKER

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    Abstract

    At the University of Canberra, we envision a society that has the capacity to act in a knowledgeable and responsible way that is continually enhanced by its sophisticated use of information technologies. In the School of Information Sciences and Engineering, we need to educate the IT professionals who facilitate such a society through the design of work practices, business processes and IT-based systems. In this paper, we present our understanding of the environment, the requirements of our clients, our new courses and our approaches to flexible learning. The primary requirement is to develop business analysts with the communication skills to bridge between software developers and business clients. We describe the new courses we designed to address this requirement and our approaches to flexible learning to support the needs of students.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationITI 3rd International Conference on Information and Communications Technology (ICICT2005): Enabling Technologies for the New Knowledge Society: Proceedings
    EditorsMohamed A Salem, Mahmoud T El-Hadidi
    Place of PublicationGiza, Egypt
    PublisherInformation Technology Institute
    Pages57-73
    Number of pages17
    ISBN (Print)0-7803-9270-1
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2005
    EventITI 3rd International Conference on Information and Communication - Cairo, Egypt
    Duration: 3 Dec 20056 Dec 2005

    Conference

    ConferenceITI 3rd International Conference on Information and Communication
    CountryEgypt
    CityCairo
    Period3/12/056/12/05

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    Collings, P., Sharma, D., & WALKER, D. (2005). IT Education and the Knowledge Society an Australian Perspective. In M. A. Salem, & M. T. El-Hadidi (Eds.), ITI 3rd International Conference on Information and Communications Technology (ICICT2005): Enabling Technologies for the New Knowledge Society: Proceedings (pp. 57-73). Giza, Egypt: Information Technology Institute. https://doi.org/10.1109/ITICT.2005.1609615
    Collings, Penny ; Sharma, Dharmendra ; WALKER, David. / IT Education and the Knowledge Society an Australian Perspective. ITI 3rd International Conference on Information and Communications Technology (ICICT2005): Enabling Technologies for the New Knowledge Society: Proceedings. editor / Mohamed A Salem ; Mahmoud T El-Hadidi. Giza, Egypt : Information Technology Institute, 2005. pp. 57-73
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    Collings P, Sharma D, WALKER D. IT Education and the Knowledge Society an Australian Perspective. In Salem MA, El-Hadidi MT, editors, ITI 3rd International Conference on Information and Communications Technology (ICICT2005): Enabling Technologies for the New Knowledge Society: Proceedings. Giza, Egypt: Information Technology Institute. 2005. p. 57-73 https://doi.org/10.1109/ITICT.2005.1609615