Teaching SAP’s ABAP Programming Language to IS Students: Adopting and Adapting Web-based Technologies

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Hawking, Paul, McCarthy, Brendan and Foster, Susan (2002) Teaching SAP’s ABAP Programming Language to IS Students: Adopting and Adapting Web-based Technologies. In: IS2002 : Informing Science + IT Conference : June 19-21, 2002 Cork, Ireland : Proceedings and Schedule. Informing Science Institute, Santa Rosa, California, pp. 995-1000.

Abstract

This paper describes the experiences of Victoria University in adopting and adapting web-based technology to enhance the teaching of SAP’s ABAP programming language. The involvement of SAP relates to Victoria University integrating Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems into their curricula and research programs through a strategic alliance with SAP. The SAP technical infrastructure facilitates the development of courses using Internet technology and has particular suitability to the teaching of programming. This paper describes the Web-based technologies used and how they have been adapted to improve both the teaching of programming and management of assessment. Each technology is discussed and advantages identified with possible future research developments put forward.

Item type Book Section
URI http://vuir.vu.edu.au/id/eprint/25192
Official URL http://proceedings.informingscience.org/IS2002Proc...
Subjects Current > FOR Classification > 1303 Specialist Studies in Education
Historical > Faculty/School/Research Centre/Department > School of Management and Information Systems
Keywords computer programming, enterprise resource planning systems, SAP, ABAP, Internet, web, educational technologies, business information systems, vocational education, Victoria University, Melbourne
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