Beus-Dukic, Ljerka (2011) Final year project: a test case for requirements engineering skills. In: 6th International workshop on requirements engineering education and training (REET11) in conjunction with the RE’11, August 2011, Trento, Italy. IEEE, pp. 5-8. ISBN 9781457709548
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/REET.2011.6046272
This paper provides an overview of our approach to teaching a Requirements Engineering (RE) course which is offered as part of bachelor degrees in Software Engineering, Computing, and Mobile and Wireless. We describe our assessment diet and focus on a particular assignment - a report on student's final year project requirements. The rationale behind this assignment was to assess the students' abilities to apply what they have learnt in the RE course on a first complete non-trivial software project. In this position paper we discuss the benefits and challenges of using students' final year projects as an effective platform to assess their knowledge and skills in applying RE.
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