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In the second year of our degree program, DT228 students study a subject called Web Development. In this paper we describe our studio classroom based teaching approach to this subject and explain how using this approach has enabled us to expand the scope of the course to include the important concept of website engagibility. We present a summary of current theories on website engagibility and explain how we incorporated these theories into the course. We further describe an experiment which we carried out in order to encourage students to reflect on website engagibility and incorporate it into their continuous assessments.
Liqiang, P., Duggan, B. & Fitzpatrick, R. (2005). Experiences teaching website engagibility to computer science students. 3rd. China-Europe International Symposium on Software Industry-Oriented Education (CEIS-SIOE), Dublin Castle, Dublin, Ireland, February 6-7. doi:10.21427/3790-2r18