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|Title:||Business computing - A shared curriculum proposal for the spanish-portuguese border under the auspices of the new european higher education area|
|Author(s):||García, Francisco J.|
Gomes, José A.
Pérez, José L.
European Higher Education Area
|Journal:||Proceedings - Frontiers in Education Conference, FIE|
|Citation:||F. J. Garcia, J. A. Gomes, L. Alonso, L. A. M. Amaral and J. L. Perez, "Business computing - a shared curriculum proposed for the Spanish-Portuguese border under the auspices of the new European higher education area," 34th Annual Frontiers in Education, 2004. FIE 2004., Savannah, GA, 2004, pp. S2B/14-S2B/19 Vol. 3, doi: 10.1109/FIE.2004.1408719.|
|Abstract(s):||The Bologna Declaration is leading to a change of paradigm in the context of higher education in many countries of the European Community; it has a significant impact at the level of curriculum and learning models. Therefore, any reflection and decision work on the processes of teaching/learning imposes the curricular reformulation of higher courses in an innovating way, supported by new references and assumptions. In the context of a project financed by European Community program Interreg III A, we have created a workgroup to o propose the reformulation of several courses that belong to Business Computing, from ESTiG-Portugal and from ESPZ-Spain, in an attempt to create harmony between both study plans, considering the socio-economic specific context of the border region between Braganca (Portugal) and Zamora (Spain). This article intends to describe a case-study related to the work done to achieve a curriculum for Business Computing; it describes the changes due to the recent recommendations of Bologna and governmental reflections of Portugal and Spain.|
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