Performance and progression of first year ICT students

@inproceedings{Sheard2008PerformanceAP,
  title={Performance and progression of first year ICT students},
  author={J. S. Sheard and Angela Carbone and Selby Markham and A. John Hurst and Des Casey and Chris Avram},
  booktitle={ACE '08},
  year={2008}
}
In 2006 the Computing Education Research Group from Monash University conducted a study that explored the perceptions students bring into ICT degrees and the perceptions that staff have of student expectations. Students and staff from first year undergraduate ICT degrees on the five Victorian campuses of Monash University participated in a series of data collections. The research was conducted using a mixed quantitative and qualitative research design. This paper reports on that aspect of the… CONTINUE READING
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