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An Open Call to Establish an  Interdisciplinary Data Science Education Journal
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An Open Call to Establish an Interdisciplinary Data Science Education Journal

In this blog, we describe our vision for a journal that would focus on data science education from the interdisciplinarity perceptive.

The Skills Students Gain in Online Learning
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The Skills Students Gain in Online Learning

The Corona Year as an opportunity for science and engineering students to practice 21st century skills.

The Cross-Sectorial Collaborative Shared Value Strategy
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The Cross-Sectorial Collaborative Shared Value Strategy

A new strategy – cross-sectorial collaborative shared value – aims to increase the impact of the organization’s social investments.

Is Computer Science More or Less Suitable for Distance Learning?
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Is Computer Science More or Less Suitable for Distance Learning?

How undergraduate computer science students perceive the discipline based on their distance learning experience during the 2020 Spring semester – the Corona Semester...

Determining CS Student Preferences During the Corona Semester
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Determining CS Student Preferences During the Corona Semester

What does the Corona Semester reveal about computer science students’ preferences when learning computer science?

Agile Management of the Corona Crisis in the Start-Up Nation
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Agile Management of the Corona Crisis in the Start-Up Nation

Is there an efficient management solution for this crisis?

Implications of Online Learning for Novice Students
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Implications of Online Learning for Novice Students

The case of the Introduction to Computer Science course.

Can Machine Learning Algorithms Replace Exams?
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Can Machine Learning Algorithms Replace Exams?

Radical thoughts on exams in times of COVID-19.  

Can Research Universities Become Exponential?
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Can Research Universities Become Exponential?

We argue that exponential research and exponential teaching may exert mutual influence and foster each other, creating together the exponential research university...

Ten Challenges of Data Science Education
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Ten Challenges of Data Science Education

We highlight 10 challenges of data science education, clustered into three categories: (a) Discipline, (b) Skills, and (c) Environment.  

The Advantages of Teaching Soft Skills to CS Undergrads Online
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The Advantages of Teaching Soft Skills to CS Undergrads Online

On the added value of teaching an online soft skills course to undergrad computer science students.

Is A (Nearly) Zero-Cost Model Plausible for Science and Engineering Programs?
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Is A (Nearly) Zero-Cost Model Plausible for Science and Engineering Programs?

Is a skill-based, multi-level win-win, and (almost) zero-cost model for undergraduate science and engineering programs in a research university plausible?
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