Analysis of Student and Staff Experience in Industrial Projects

Conference paper


Alexis, S., Kretsis, M. and Malik, G. 2009. Analysis of Student and Staff Experience in Industrial Projects. Proceedings International Conference of Education. Research and Innovation (ICERI 2009) Madrid
AuthorsAlexis, S., Kretsis, M. and Malik, G.
TypeConference paper
Abstract

Engagement with industry is a topical issue within the computing academic community. Such engagement can take a variety of forms including the traditional year-long student industrial placement but also short term projects, many of which are publicly funded. This paper describes the experiences of both students and staff within the School of Computing, IT and Engineering at the University of East London and the various industrial activities in which they have been engaged. The paper will investigate how industrial engagement can benefit the various stakeholders and identify some of the challenges and opportunities presented by the various types of industrial engagement.

KeywordsIndustry engagement; university industry experiences; knowledge transfer
Year2009
ConferenceProceedings International Conference of Education
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CC BY-ND
Publication dates
Print16 Nov 2009
Publication process dates
Deposited07 Dec 2009
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10552/424
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Citation:
Alexis, S.; Kretsis, M; Malik; G. (2009) ‘Analysis of Student and Staff Experience in Industrial Projects’ Proceedings International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (ICERI 2009), Madrid, 16 - 18 November, 2009..

Place of publicationMadrid
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