Developing realistic capstone projects in conjunction with industry

@inproceedings{Gorka2007DevelopingRC,
  title={Developing realistic capstone projects in conjunction with industry},
  author={Sandra Gorka and Jacob R. Miller and Brandon J. Howe},
  booktitle={SIGITE Conference},
  year={2007}
}
The information technology (IT) industry has the expectation that graduates of IT programs should be productive from day one with little or no additional training. In order to provide graduates who can meet this expectation, experiential learning activities are essential for today's undergraduate student. Experiential learning activities are beneficial at all course levels; however, experiences that occur early in a program are limited by the students' lack of broad-based knowledge in the field… CONTINUE READING
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