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A Study on Efficient Software Education Donation Ecosystem

  • Kil, Hyunyoung (Dept. of Software, Korea Aerospace University) ;
  • Lee, Won Joo (Dept. of Computer Science, Inha Technical College) ;
  • Lim, Chunsung (Software Convergence Policy Lab., Software Policy & Research Institute)
  • Received : 2018.02.28
  • Accepted : 2018.03.17
  • Published : 2018.04.30

Abstract

In this paper, we propose a software education ecosystem model for activating software education donation. First, in order to investigate current software education donation status, we will conduct a survey on software education donors and analyze the results. 39.6% of the software education donors responded that they were introduced to software education donation activities through their affiliated companies, institutions, organizations. Therefore, it can be seen that the promotion of software education donation activities is the most effective by promoting through software companies, organizations, and organizations and using human networks. The subjects of software education donation activities were the highest at middle school students (73.9%), and the contents of software education donations were the highest at programming practice (63.3%). Donors' satisfaction with software education donation activities was 57.9%. The social support for SW education donors was in the order of software education contents support, activity cost support, equipment and network support, and place sponsorship. 87.4% of donors were willing to continue to donate to software education. The reason why they did not want to continue donating software education was 'lack of personal time' (65.4%). Therefore, it is necessary to develop appropriate social support and incentive system to overcome shortage of personal time in order to activate software education contribution. In order to promote sustainable software education donations, it is essential to establish a virtuous circle of software education donation ecosystem based on cooperation and solidarity with various organizations such as government, corporations, institutions, universities and civil society organizations.

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 소프트웨어정책연구소

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