Dynamic data analysed: The SECS & IS poster results
Fielden, Kay; Young, Alison
Citation:Fielden, K., & Young, A. (2003). Dynamic data analysed: The SECS & IS poster results. In S. Mann & A. Williamson (Eds.). Proceedings of the 16th Annual NACCQ Conference, Palmerston North. Available from http://www.naccq.ac.nz/conference-2003
Permanent link to Research Bank record:http://hdl.handle.net/10652/1939
This paper reports back to NACCQ2003 the results obtained from the SECS & IS dynamic poster displayed at NACCQ2002. It appears that majority of computing academics who participated regard themselves as teaching in the core overlapping areas of Software Engineering (SE), Computer Science (CS) and Information Systems (IS), regardless of their professional affiliation. Most participants positioned themselves in IS subjects; very few positioned themselves in the exclusively CS or SE areas, or in the SE/CS overlap.