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OERs: over 4000 views

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A selection of the open educational resources that have been released from the School of Science and Technology at the University of Northampton. Based on 14/6/2016 figures.



viewsdownloads C Programming11065477Summary of Evolutionary Algorithms737320Problem-Solving583859Pollution And Pollutants6091301Properties of Ultrasonic Waves680709Sustainability: Environmental Business Imperatives3011
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Pollution And Pollutants
Authors: Paul Cox and Nigel Freestone

Student experience and programming chapters

Two chapters

Enhancing Computing Student Employability Skills Through Partnership Working in STEM Outreach - Springer:
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-29166-6_10

Scott Turner



Published in Software Engineering Education Going AgilePart of the series Progress in IS pp 67-71

Abstract Student volunteering is growing in the UK and elsewhere, and there is an ongoing debate about whether it is really “self-evidently a ‘good thing’” or there is a greater need for reflection to determine whether this statement is true (Holdsworth and Quinn, Studies in Higher Education, 35(1), 113–127, 2010). This paper presents a personal reflection of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) volunteering as a potential route to increasing Computing student’s employability.

References

1. STEMNet (2015) Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Network [online] Available at: http://​www.​stemnet.​org.​uk/​ Accessed on: 24thJanuary 2015


2. Sinclair J, Allen A, Davis L, Goodchild T, Messenger J, Turner S (201…