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The second iteration

January 22, 2011

We’ve just completed the first week of our Advanced Software Engineering course.  I’m running this as a project course with very little lecture and mostly “doing”.  In the spirit of transparency, both the students and I are logging our efforts online. All students are required to create a project plan and log their progress. I am also journaling my observations from an instructors point of view. I have chosen to use the SoftHum site for student work as well as my journaling both to provide me a central location for course documents as well as for providing supporting evidence for the funding of the effort. Wish us luck, we’re off again!

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  1. January 23, 2011 1:43 am

    Good luck, Heidi! One thing that might be potentially useful at this point (not necessarily as an assignment, maybe an in-class exercise, or just an optional resource for people who are struggling to figure out what sort of framing to use) is the worksheet Dave Shein from RIT had his students do while looking at different FOSS communities at the start of class, when they’re figuring out what to contribute to.

    It’s at http://teachingopensource.org/index.php/Community_characterization_worksheet – all the usual open license-fu applies. 🙂

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