Resources, Research, and Best Practices for Computing Degree Transfer from Community College to 4-Year College/University
These slides present the Computing Transfer & Articulation Summit strategy developed by the Commonwealth Alliance for Information Technology Education (CAITE) to increase Computer Science and IT transfer in Massachusetts and demonstrate how the strategy can be adopted for other STEM degree programs.
This report summarizes the results of an experiment to design programs aiming to increase transfer student success in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)—in communities and regions in six states.
The goal of this study is to ascertain the level of literacy of community college students regarding their transfer readiness for obtaining a baccalaureate degree in STEM fields.
Lessons learned from a National Science Foundation-funded CPATH Community-Building Project.
A complete set of resources for strengthening the relationship between community colleges and 4-year institutions in order to increase the number of women and underrepresented minorities graduating with computer science (CS) or information technology (IT) baccalaureate degrees.
An informative presentation on articulation agreement particulars and process—NETA Professional Development Day September 16, 2011.
The Office of Community College Research and Policy (OCCRP) at Iowa State University http://www.cclp.hs.iastate.edu/research/occrp.html.
This presentation addresses the differences between perceived academic preparedness and actual performance in transfer students within STEM disciplines—State University of New York, the College at Brockport.
This study explores factors regarding female students in STEM academic majors who have successfully transferred from a community college to a 4-year institution.
This study conceptualizes Transfer Student Capital as the knowledge accumulation that helps students understand the complex web of educational policies and organizational structures, which mediate the transfer process from community college colleges to 4-year institutions.
Sponsored by CAITE an NSF CISE Broadening Participation in Computing Alliance
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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No.s NSF-0634412 and NSF-0837739. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.