NCAA Issue For students first entering NCAA institutions on or after August 1, 2005, computer science courses cannot be used to meet initial-eligibility requirements. http://www.ncaa.org/eligibility/cbsa/academic.html Letter to NCAA Work collaboratively to identify problems and develop solutions
Modernizing the Education Board Responsible for leadership and oversight of ACM educational activities Membership and future leadership –Add younger members –Modify structure to widen participation Include other constituencies Education Council
Curriculum Initiatives Curriculum guidelines –Volume revisions more frequent –IT new addition –CS, IS, MSIS, CE TYCEC SE transfer curriculum guidelines –SE track in 2-year CS –Promote articulation agreements Overview volume (SE, IS, CS, CE, IT) http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=971470&coll=GUIDE&dl=GUIDE&ret=1#Fulltext
Curriculum Ontology project –Ed Board supports non-US members Java Task Force (Eric Roberts) –Materials for first-year computing students –Final report due June 2005 Great Principles of Computing project –Committee of 20 –Define computing field beyond programming
Build International Relationships British Computing Society Expand membership to other international organizations Joint meeting with BCS Conference presentations
Other Issues Accreditation Certification –(ICCP) Institute for Certification Computing Professionals
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