Curricula recommendations – an update from IDCnet
online resourceposted on 2006-03-07, 16:40 authored by Colette Nicolle, Jenny Darzentas, Christophe Strobbe, Paivi Tahkokallio, Carlos Velasco
This paper summarises some of the key findings and recommendations of the Inclusive Design Curriculum Network (IDCnet) project, under the EU Information Society Technologies (IST) Programme. These findings include a description of the taxonomy of core knowledge and skills for model curricula for information and communication technologies, the piloting of experiences in using the taxonomy, examples of teaching material, work on the optimal graduate profile, and recommendations for higher education and research policy and strategy.
CitationNICOLLE, C.A., 2005. Curricula recommendations – an update from IDCnet. IN: Proceedings of International conference on inclusive design, 5-8 April, London
Publisher© Helen Hamlyn Research Centre, Royal College of Art and the authors
NotesThis is a conference paper. This paper is also available at: http://www.hhrc.rca.ac.uk/programmes/include/2005/proceedings/.