What's in a Programme?

Author: Cusack, B; Petrova, K

Date: 2011-08-12

Publisher: Computing and Information Technology Research and Education New Zealand (CITRENZ)

Type: Unclassified

Link to this item using this URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10292/1691

Auckland University of Technology


Teaching and research in information technology (IT) is always a reflection of the ever changing landscape of change and continuous innovation. IT programmes also show how content evolves over time, and the emphasis shifts. The current 'digital forensics' buzz-word is not different from the former programming, applications, security, eBusiness and other ubiquitous buzz-words of the past; in fact digital forensics has swept up many of the curriculum remnants of the last decade into a market driven package of law, professionalism and IT technicality.

Citation: ["Journal of Applied Computing and Information Technology (JACIT), vol.15(1)"]

Copyright: JACIT is an Open Access Journal, and individual authors retain their intellectual property rights.