DIGITAL KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING-BASED LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR DEVELOPING SOFTWARE ENGINEERING TECHNICAL SKILLS
Digital Knowledge Engineering-based Learning give students the opportunity to create knowledge, publish, distribute and sharing knowledge with instructors and specialists with digital technology which was consisted of six parts; 1) Knowledge Creation, 2) Knowledge Storage, 3) Knowledge Acquisition, 4) Knowledge Access, 5) Knowledge Sharing, and 6) Knowledge Application. It could be used to teach students to solve problems in the software development process, and to provide software engineering technical skills that are as follows: 1) Software Requirements Skills, 2) Software Design Skills, 3) Software Construction Skills, 4) Software Testing Skills, and 5) Software Sustainment Skills.
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