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iBistro: A Learning Environment for Knowledge Construction in Distributed Software Engineering Courses

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iBistro: A Learning Environment for Knowledge Construction in Distributed Software Engineering Courses
We have taught several distributed software engineering project courses with students and real clients [4]. During these projects, students in Pittsburgh and Munich, Germany collaborated on the development of a single system. Our experiences showed that software development is communication intensive and requires the collaboration of many stakeholders. Communication is challenging in distributed contexts: participants do not all know each other and work at different times and locations; the number of participants and their organization change during the project; participants belong to different communities. Hence, to deal with the global market place, it is critical to provide students with distributed collaboration skills. To improve the teaching of collaboration in software engineering, we propose iBistro [2], an augmented, distributed, and ubiquitous communication space. iBistro aims to overcome problems resulting from miscommunications and information loss in informal or casual me...
Andreas Braun, Allen H. Dutoit, Andreas Harrer, Be
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Type Conference
Year 2002
Where APSEC
Authors Andreas Braun, Allen H. Dutoit, Andreas Harrer, Bernd Brügge
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