Using Non-Profit Partners to Engage Students in RE

Provided by: RWSoftware
Topic: Software
Format: PDF
To improve requirements engineering education and training, experience reports serve as guidance on how courses can be taught and which methods and approaches work with specific types of audiences. One problem when teaching undergraduate audiences is often a lack in motivation for the course because of misconceptions about requirements engineering as well as simple work overload by the curricula or other imposing constraints with regard to the students' time budget. A way to overcome this motivational problem and to make students want to actively contribute to a requirements engineering class project is to let them perform a case study on a socially relevant system in collaboration with an industrial partner.

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