ACM CCECC IT Project. Refresh of Phase 1 & Update on Phase 2 Elizabeth K. Hawthorne, Chair ACM Committee for Computing Education in Community Colleges (acmccecc.org) March 2013. Associate-Degree IT Curricular Guidance. Refresh of Phase 1. Summary of Phase 1.
Refresh of Phase 1 & Update on Phase 2
Elizabeth K. Hawthorne, ChairACM Committee for Computing Education in Community Colleges
Refresh of Phase 1
Produce IT curricular guidance that is:
Update on Phase 2
US Dept. of Labor IT competency model
EU ICT Competencies
EMC’s 5 pillars of IT
SIGITE’s IT Pillars
(Computer Science Standards)
ASSECT Model for Computational Thinking in IT
(NSF CCF 0939089)
Knowledge of Information Technologies (fundamental concepts, systems, platforms, tools, and technologies), IT industries (hardware, software, and services), the widespread application of IT in other industries, and the common roles of IT professionals.
The use of technology to control and safeguard the collection, organization, structure, processing and delivery of data.
The processes, hardware, and software employed to facilitate communication between people, computer systems and devices.
The process of designing, writing, testing, debugging/troubleshooting, and maintaining the source code of computer programs and of managing and maintaining software in an organization.
The range of services providing assistance and technical support to help users implement and solve problems related to information technology.
Conveyance of ideas and information in forms such audio, text, pictures, diagrams, video, photos, maps, 3D models, etc.
The standards, processes, and procedures in place to ensure products, services, and practices comply with legal and regulatory requirements.
The standards, issues, and applications used to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information and information systems.
B & I subject matter experts (SME):
Community College Faculty :
Achievement Level based on Bloom’s Revised Tax.