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CTGDSD 2013 : Collaborative Teaching of Globally Distributed Software Development - Community Building Workshop


When May 25, 2013 - May 25, 2013
Where San Francisco
Submission Deadline Feb 7, 2013
Notification Due Feb 28, 2013
Final Version Due Mar 7, 2013
Categories    computer science   software engineering   distributed development

Call For Papers


Submissions due February 7, 2013 through EasyChair

CTGDSD3 is a one day workshop associated with ICSE 2013.


Software engineering project courses where student teams are geographically distributed can effectively simulate the problems of globally distributed software development. (DSD) However, this pedagogical model has proven difficult to adopt or sustain. It requires significant pedagogical resources and collaboration infrastructure. Institutionalizing such courses also requires compatible and reliable teaching partners.

The purpose of this workshop is to continue building on our outreach efforts to foster a community of international faculty and institutions committed to developing, teaching and researching DSD. Foundational materials presented will include pedagogical materials and infrastructure developed and used in teaching DSD courses along with results and lessons learned. The third CTGDSD workshop will also focus on publishing workshop results and collaborating with the larger DSD community. Long-range goals include: lowering adoption barriers by providing common pedagogical materials, collaboration infrastructure, and a pool of potential teaching partners from around the globe.


Submit through EasyChair:

We solicit short position papers of 3 or 5 pages from all attendees. Position papers of up to three pages may be submitted for discussion and workshop participation. Longer papers will be eligible for publication in the workshop proceedings subject to peer review.

Focus on the attendee’s expected contribution to and participation in the workshop. Papers topics include:

* Experience in teaching a DSD course including lessons learned, tool, projects, and pedagogical materials.
* Developing or using infrastructure supporting collaborative development and teaching including collaborative environments, pedagogical materials, and suitable projects.
* Industry experience in collaborative development or interest in supporting DSD courses.
* Proposed research relevant to the community.
* Proposed outreach and community building efforts.

Prospective authors may find it useful to read contributions to CTGDSD 2 (2011) and CTGDSD 1 (2010) on the workshop web site.

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