Implementing Agile as an Instructional Methodology for Low-Code Software Development Courses.
The objective of traditional software development courses focuses on competencies of the programming languages and technical tools. Project methodologies and software development are typically taught as separate courses in Information Systems undergraduate programs and are not incorporated until the final Capstone course. Rather than teaching project methodologies as secondary to the learning phase of software development, these methodologies can be actively incorporated into the software development course, applying the theoretical concepts in the classroom. This research measures the outcome of instituting the project methodology, Agile, as an instructional tool for a low-code software development course using the Mendix platform.
Copyright © 2019, Information Systems & Computing Academic Professionals.
Poe, Laura F., and Lionel Mew. “Implementing Agile as an Instructional Methodology for Low-Code Software Development Courses.” In Proceedings of the EDSIG Conference, 5:4951. Cleveland, OH: Information Systems & Computing Academic Professionals, 2019. http://proc.iscap.info/2019/pdf/4951.pdf.