Cloud Computing Curriculum: Developing Exemplar Modules for General Course Inclusion


The accelerating evolution and adoption of cloud computing services is generating increased demand for job skills in this domain. To address this growth, higher education has identified the importance of cloud computing courses that are practical and compatible with this rapidly changing field. This is especially relevant as cloud services are becoming common computing resources for many new computational approaches and advanced subjects such as machine learning and data science. The ability to incorporate specific components of cloud computing teaching content into a variety of courses has become important. However, the lack of availability of high-quality teaching material that is easy to integrate, when teaching rapidly evolving cloud-related concepts continues to be a challenge for instructors. This working group will try to address this challenge.

Proceedings of the 2020 ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ITiCSE 2020)
Mark Hills
Mark Hills
Associate Professor

My research interests include programming languages, program analysis, and software engineering.