Requirements Engineering Education and Training: Key Challenges and Practical Solutions

@article{Zowghi2009RequirementsEE,
  title={Requirements Engineering Education and Training: Key Challenges and Practical Solutions},
  author={Didar Zowghi},
  journal={2009 17th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference},
  year={2009},
  pages={358-358}
}
Academics and practitioners alike have long recognized the key challenges of requirements engineering education and training. This panel attempts to discuss these key challenges in details and provide an opportunity for a meaningful dialogue between academics and practitioners for identifying effective pedagogical paradigms, practical techniques and tools for teaching and learning requirements engineering principles. 

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