Professional field involvement in ICT curricula at the Dutch UaS

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This paper analyses Dutch accreditation reports in the field of information and communication technology (ICT) to assess the degree of reported involvement of the professional field in the curricula of universities of applied sciences. Qualitative content analysis of the reports of all the ICT programs in the country indicates loose coupling in reporting on mechanisms of interaction. This means that whereas the involvement of the professional field is strongly suggestive at the strategic levels, there is an underrepresentation of university-industry interaction on operational levels which suggests the need to explore the real interaction taking place between the professional field and the universities of applied sciences, and possible implications for the future of the profession.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationA New Culture of Learning: Computing and next Generations
EditorsA. Brodnik, C. Lewin
Place of PublicationVilnius, Lithuania
PublisherVilnius University, Lithuania
Pages104-111
ISBN (Print)9786099576008
Publication statusPublished - 2015
EventIFIP TC3 Working Conference “A New Culture of Learning: Computing and next Generations” - Vilnius, Lithuania
Duration: 1 Jul 20153 Jul 2015

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ConferenceIFIP TC3 Working Conference “A New Culture of Learning: Computing and next Generations”
Period1/07/153/07/15

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Frederik, J. A. (2015). Professional field involvement in ICT curricula at the Dutch UaS. In A. Brodnik, & C. Lewin (Eds.), A New Culture of Learning: Computing and next Generations (pp. 104-111). Vilnius, Lithuania: Vilnius University, Lithuania.
Frederik, J.A. / Professional field involvement in ICT curricula at the Dutch UaS. A New Culture of Learning: Computing and next Generations. editor / A. Brodnik ; C. Lewin. Vilnius, Lithuania : Vilnius University, Lithuania, 2015. pp. 104-111
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Professional field involvement in ICT curricula at the Dutch UaS. / Frederik, J.A.

A New Culture of Learning: Computing and next Generations. ed. / A. Brodnik; C. Lewin. Vilnius, Lithuania : Vilnius University, Lithuania, 2015. p. 104-111.

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Frederik JA. Professional field involvement in ICT curricula at the Dutch UaS. In Brodnik A, Lewin C, editors, A New Culture of Learning: Computing and next Generations. Vilnius, Lithuania: Vilnius University, Lithuania. 2015. p. 104-111