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Designing multidisciplinary capstone courses — A knowledge engineering approach

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3 Author(s)
Asesh Das ; School of Business & Computer Technologies, Pennsylvania College of Technology [Penn State], Williamsport, 17701, USA ; Sandra Gorka ; Jacob Miller

The design and implementation of multidisciplinary capstone courses are treated as knowledge engineering activities, where IEEE STD 1471 and ISO/IEC 42010 help to address all stakeholders' concerns on different subject domains, varying viewpoints, and robust architecture. Storyboarding and metrics capture are utilized to integrate different stakeholders and their interest. As a consequence, outcome assessment becomes an integral part of knowledge engineering activities in a capstone course design.

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IEEE Southeastcon 2009

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5-8 March 2009