Type

Conference Proceedings

Authors

Eduardo Herranz
Ricardo Colomo-Palacios
Rory O'Connor
Mary-Luz Sanchez-Gordon

Subjects

Computer Science

Topics
game based learning very small entities game based training software engineering project managemen vse iso iec 29110 software development very small entity

Bridging the gap between SPI and SMEs in educational settings: a learning tool suporting ISO/IEC 29110 (2016)

Abstract The software development industry is dominated by a myriad of smaller organizations world-wide, including very small entities (VSEs), which have up to 25 people. Managing software process is a big challenge for practitioners. In 2011, due to the VSEs’ increasing importance, a set of ISO/IEC 29110 standards and guides were released. Although other initiatives are devoted to small entities, ISO/IEC 29110 is becoming the widely adopted standard. But it is an emerging standard and practitioners need to be actively engaged in their learning. In this sense, serious games offer the potential to entertain and educate. This study shows empirical evidence to support the overall applicability of the game proposed as learning tool. Moreover, the results indicate that the learning tool creates a positive experience, and therefore could be used as a strategy to promote the standard.
Collections Ireland -> Dublin City University -> Publication Type = Conference or Workshop Item
Ireland -> Dublin City University -> DCU Faculties and Centres = DCU Faculties and Schools: Faculty of Engineering and Computing: School of Computing
Ireland -> Dublin City University -> Status = Published
Ireland -> Dublin City University -> Subject = Computer Science: Software engineering

Full list of authors on original publication

Eduardo Herranz, Ricardo Colomo-Palacios, Rory O'Connor, Mary-Luz Sanchez-Gordon

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