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Pages: 6677-6683
Publication year: 2021
ISBN: 978-84-09-27666-0
ISSN: 2340-1079
doi: 10.21125/inted.2021.1331

Conference name: 15th International Technology, Education and Development Conference
Dates: 8-9 March, 2021
Location: Online Conference

WHAT THE EYE DOES NOT SEE, THE HEART DOES NOT GRIEVE OVER - TEACHING WEB DEVELOPMENT AS A PROFESSIONAL - A CASE STUDY

S. Skulimowski, M. Badurowicz, K. Dziedzic

Lublin University of Technology (POLAND)
In the article, the authors present thoughts on the convergence and discrepancies in creating websites in educational and professional environments. The research, described and discussed in the article, was conducted in order to find answers to the questions: what is the cause of these differences, what they may mean for the future development of professional skills and whether it is related to students' IT specializations profiles. The authors confronted their professional experience as web developers with the observations from conducting academic classes in the field of web development.

The research was based on the analysis of results obtained using the questionnaires, the non-directive interviews and by notes of observations among students during the project-based and problem-based learning of web development. Data on the work and approach of students come from laboratory classes on the basics and technologies of e-economy, conducted using WordPress, carried out as part of the second-degree studies in the field of Computer Science at Lublin University of Technology. Moreover, the research process included collecting opinions from professional web developers (company employees and freelancers) in the form of CAWI and CATI.

The authors identified differences in the approach to the implementation of tasks, solving issues and coping with changing requirements and environment included in the development of the website. The differences in professional experience, knowledge of technology, area of interest and the project prioritized aspects were analyzed using the ANOVA method. The authors showed a strong relationship between overall experience (not domain or tooling knowledge) and the time of performing tasks, large discrepancies in group work of students and employees and small discrepancies in independent work of students and freelancers.
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S. Skulimowski, M. Badurowicz, K. Dziedzic (2021) WHAT THE EYE DOES NOT SEE, THE HEART DOES NOT GRIEVE OVER - TEACHING WEB DEVELOPMENT AS A PROFESSIONAL - A CASE STUDY, INTED2021 Proceedings, pp. 6677-6683.
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