Experience Management Wikis for Reflective Practice in Software Capstone Projects

@article{Ras2007ExperienceMW,
  title={Experience Management Wikis for Reflective Practice in Software Capstone Projects},
  author={E. Ras and R. Carbon and B. Decker and J. Rech},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Education},
  year={2007},
  volume={50},
  pages={312-320}
}
Software engineering curriculum guidelines state that students should practice methods, techniques, and tools. A capstone project is one possibility to address this aim. A capstone project helps the students to increase their problem solving competencies, improve their social skills (e.g., communication skills), and gather practical experience. A crux of such projects is that students perform ldquoreflectiverdquo practice in order to learn from their experiences. The authors believe that… Expand
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