Join us for an engaging workshop at REFSQ: Education & Training in Requirements Engineering!
The new education & training track at REFSQ is a spicy melange to let industry practitioners and academic researchers as well as education and training professionals share their best practices, tools and engage in open discussions about challenges and opportunities.
Experience an intensive exchange and gain valuable knowledge and enhance your skills and competencies while connecting with experts and other professionals.
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Format of the Event
The intended outline of the day includes two sessions for inspirational talks and two sessions for active collaboration and discussion in moderated open spaces with templates for harvesting conversations in a meaningful way so you bring home new ideas and tools.
Call for Submissions
We are pleased to announce the introduction of the new Education & Training track at REFSQ, which aims to provide a platform for industry practitioners, academic researchers, education and training professionals, and professors to share their best practices, tools, and insights. This track also offers an open space for fruitful discussions on challenges and opportunities in the field.
The primary goal of this track is to foster an intensive exchange among participants, facilitating the sharing of new trends and best practices. By doing so, we aim to enhance competence in Requirements Engineering and promote continuous improvement in education and training approaches.
All submissions should focus on the exchange between research institutes, industry, and higher education institutions with the aim to improve the practical application of Requirements Engineering. We invite submissions related to the following topics (but not limited to):
- Best practices in Requirements Engineering education and training
- Experience reports in Requirements Engineering education and training
- Tools and techniques for effective teaching and learning in Requirements Engineering
- Case studies from industry practitioners and academic researchers
- Innovative approaches to curriculum development in Requirements Engineering
- Challenges and opportunities in bridging the gap between academia and industry in Requirements Engineering education and training
- Current training practices, tools, and techniques that are relevant in industry
- Best practices and experience reports on defining requirements for AI-based systems
- Best practices and experience reports on constructively addressing sustainability and/or social justice in early phases
- Experiences in setting up internal organizational communities to improve Requirements Engineering skills
- Submissions should be in the form of extended abstracts (up to 2 pages), full papers (up to 6 pages), or presentations.
- All submissions will undergo a review process by the Education & Training track committee.
- Accepted submissions will be presented during dedicated sessions at the workshop.
- Please note that submissions of the type “presentations” within this track will not be included in the publication of the proceedings.
We encourage professionals and researchers in the field of Requirements Engineering education and training to contribute to this exciting track. Share your experiences, insights, and ideas to enrich the community and collectively improve the competency in Requirements Engineering.
- Submission due date: Friday, 9 Feb. 2024
- Notification of acceptance: Monday, 19 Feb. 2024
- Camera-ready submission: Friday, 1 March 2024
- Conference dates: 8-12 April 2024
We look forward to your valuable contributions and lively discussions at the Education & Training track of REFSQ!
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Please submit full papers of up to 6 pages (excluding references and appendices), which may include best practices, research trends, or experience reports on challenges related to education and training in the context of Requirements Engineering. Full papers will be included in the publication of the proceedings.
Please submit abstracts of up to 2 pages (excluding references and appendices) that provide practical experiences or visionary insights. We encourage authors to share their firsthand experiences and best practices related to education and training in the context of Requirements Engineering. Extended abstracts will be included in the publication of the proceedings.
Participants, particularly from the industry or training companies, are invited to share their experiences through presentations consisting of 2-3 slides that convey the main message of their contribution. Please note that the presentations will not be included in the publication of the proceedings.