Robert H. Barbour

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Information technology infrastructure is a critical element in modern day communication. Businesses, organizations, individuals, governments and other social services all rely on global IT infrastructure for reliable and timely communication. At the heart of this infrastructure are numerous hardware and software components, and the performance of each(More)
Professional doctorate candidates engage in discipline specific investigations linking practical questions with current developments and creating new knowledge in computing and information technology as an outcome. Course content and a constructivist pedagogy is described and exemplified for a professional doctorate in computing and information technology(More)
Projecting computing education trends forward into the near future in order to better understand the implications of present changes is a postmodern education research agenda. Such speculations are informed by present day events. Setting observed changes in computing education policy and practice against a constructivist theoretical framework based on(More)
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