Sensemaking and Success in the Transition from Community Colleges to University IS/CS/CE Programs
Increasing the enrollment of women, minority, and other underrepresented populations in undergraduate information systems and computing programs is an important social issue. We explore ways of attracting and retaining community college transfer students—an important source of underrepresented students
—by examining their sensemaking efforts as they transition to four-year universities. We conducted a qualitative study to test sensemaking theory and develop recommendations for retaining community college transfer students in undergraduate information systems, computer science, and computer engineering programs.
Otondo, R. F., Pearson, R. A., Reese, D., Jones, B., Hodges, J., Bott, G., & Ndicu, M. (2018). Sensemaking and Success in the Transition from Community Colleges to University IS/CS/CE Programs. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 43, pp-pp. https://doi.org/10.17705/1CAIS.04329
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