This issue was originally published in hardcopy format as one of the publications of the National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications (NACCQ). In 2010 NACCQ was changed to Computing and Information Technology Research and Education New Zealand (CITRENZ), and at this time JACIT and its sister publication the Bulletin (BACIT) were merged to form a single publication JACIT.
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Since 1997 the National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications (NACCQ) has published 16 issues of this journal (there were two issues in 1998 and again in 2001). A total of 197 papers have appeared (see Table 1), with the most common topics being Education (53%), System Development (16%), Hardware/Networks (8%) and Business (7%).
Sue Chard, Brenda Lloyd, George Tongariro
Capstone project processes and assessment methodologies continue to be problematic. Experience has led us to review our assessment rubrics and methods with every iteration in an attempt to refine and improve the practice and outcomes. This review has surveyed a broad range of capstone projects describing approaches to practice, assessment and sizing.
|Editor||Dr. Donald Joyce, Unitec, New Zealand|
|Deputy Editor||Dr Noel Bridgeman, Unitec, New Zealand|
Dr Tony Clear, AUT |
Dr Clare Atkins, NMIT
Mike Mullany, North Tec Te Tai Tokerau Wananga (Web)
Dr Christo Potgieter, Waikato Institute of Technology