Infusion of ABET specified Professional and Academic Content into Off-campus Work Experiences via Distance Learning Modules
School of Engineering
Padnos College of Engineering and Computing
Educating engineering students on ABET-required professional and nontechnical skills is usually a challenging task. The related challenges include finding a balance between the content, the delivery format, the time of delivery, and location in the curriculum for this material. This paper presents details on a pilot project to deliver professional and academic content to engineering students via distance learning during required co-op semesters. Assessment of this experience to solve multiple challenges simultaneously is also presented. Students were educated on engineering ethics, engineering economics, and project management, which are readily applied in workplace settings.
Frontiers in Education
Plouff, Chris and Barakat, Nael, "Infusion of ABET specified Professional and Academic Content into Off-campus Work Experiences via Distance Learning Modules" (2013). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 1094.
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