Model course syllabus: Management of security issues in wearable technology
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Managing Security Issues and the Hidden Dangers of Wearable Technologies
©2017, IGI Global. This chapter briefly introduces some historical and contemporary context before proposing a model course syllabus to implement a course in Management of Security Issues in Wearable Technology. The course syllabus is developed in line with the IS2010 curriculum recommended by the peak bodies (ACM and AIS) for a degree in Information Systems, Computer Information Systems or Management Information Systems. The design further follows the guidelines developed by the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET) that advocates that Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) be developed for the list of topics covered by the material. In addition, the syllabus provides a basis for enterprise training relevant to managers and security specialists. The chapter also provides some general pedagogical guidelines on how each topic can be discussed and activities appropriate to the learners. It also uses Gluga et al.'s (2013) assessment criteria, based on Bloom's (1956) taxonomy to measure the depth of knowledge.
Computer Sciences | Education
Curricula, Education, Engineering education, Information management, Personnel training, Teaching, Assessment criteria, Computer Information Systems, Engineering and technology, Learning outcome, Modeling course, Security issues, Wearable technology
Antero, Michelle C., "Model course syllabus: Management of security issues in wearable technology" (2016). All Works. 2421.
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