HEA STEM (Computing): Teaching Computer Forensics Workshop

HEA STEM: Teaching Computer Forensics is the 8th workshop on Teaching Forensics, the last 4 of which have been held at Sunderland. The workshops have been successful at bringing academics together to discuss the particular challenges in teaching computer forensics, share best practice and discuss opportunities for collaboration in teaching and in research.

The focus for the 2014 event is to continue with the themes that have developed and evolved over the last few years and explore ways in which to enhance teaching and learning opportunities for students studying computer forensics, especially in assessment and feedback, employability and success. The workshop is an opportunity for academics and students in the computer forensics subject area to address the current issues and challenges in a number of themes including (but not exclusive to) student experience, student retention, computer forensics research, new technologies, new computer forensics themes, legal developments, ethics, accreditation and employability…

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