Juric, Radmila and Lees, Patrick and Ptohos, Tasos (2003) Experiences of revalidating the undergraduate and postgraduate courses within the information systems curricula at University of Westminster, UK. In: Budin, Leo, (ed.) ITI 2003 : proceedings of the 25th International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces : Silver interfaces: computer at the university : June 16-19, 2003, Cavtat, Croatia. SRCE University Computing Centre, Zagreb, Croatia, pp. 51-58. ISBN 9539676967
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Information systems (IS) is the commonly accepted title for academic programs focusing on applied information technology provided by a range of Universities in the UK. The University of Westminster based in central London has successfully run BSc and MSc courses in IS for more than a decade. The courses underwent a major revision in 2002 focusing on subject content, construction of courses and teaching/learning strategies. We address the purpose of course reviews within the UK higher education (HE) environment, gives a rationale for our curriculum changes, describes the revalidated IS courses at both BSc and MSc levels including our teaching and assessment strategies, and comments on our progress to date.
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