CITRENZ Speakers » Emre Erturk
Thurs 9th October, 4:00pm
A systems analysis and design course teaches a methodical approach to solving complex problems. A similarly meticulous and critical approach is necessary for a computing department to analyse and redesign its own systems analysis and design course. At the same time, pedagogical best practices and developments in e-learning are influencing learners, teachers, and institutions to take charge of their own resources and systems. The purpose of this paper is to find and recommend practical ideas to guide the delivery and content of a systems analysis and design course. This includes looking at the problem from three distinct and essential perspectives: effective student learning, improving the use of learning technology, and making informed decisions regarding the content of a systems analysis and design course. The paper concludes with a discussion of the findings, reflections on the course, and recommendations for future research.
Emre joined the EIT School of Computing in February 2011. Emre earned a PhD from the University of Oklahoma in 2007. Prior to joining EIT, Emre has taught both distance education and face-to-face with the University of Maryland