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International Journal of Engineering Pedagogy

Sep 29, 2017 Volume 7, Number 3

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Number of articles: 8

  1. Designing Solutions by a Student Centred Approach: Integration of Chemical Process Simulation with Statistical Tools to Improve Distillation Systems

    Isabel Joao, ADEQ, ISEL РInstituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa, Instituto Polit̩cnico de Lisboa, Portugal. CEG-IST, Instituto Superior T̩cnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal; Joao Silva, ADEQ, ISEL РInstituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa, Instituto Polit̩cnico de Lisboa, Portugal. CATHPRO-CQE, Instituto Superior T̩cnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

    Projects thematically focused on simulation and statistical techniques for designing and optimizing chemical processes can be helpful in chemical engineering education in order to meet the needs of... More

    pp. 4-18

  2. Engineering Courses on Computational Thinking Through Solving Problems in Artificial Intelligence

    Piyanuch Silapachote & Ananta Srisuphab, Faculty of Information and Communication Technology, Mahidol University

    Computational thinking sits at the core of every engineering and computing related discipline. It has increasingly emerged as its own subject in all levels of education. It is a powerful... More

    pp. 34-49

  3. Experimental Evaluation of Internet of Things in the Educational Environment

    Amr Elsaadany, Pharos University; Mohamed Soliman, Pharos University in Alexandria

    In the trials of utilization of technology for the society, efforts have shown benefits of the ICT use in facilitating education from different perspectives based on different waves of... More

    pp. 50-60

  4. Stirring up Engineers’ Systems Intelligence: A Case Study of Life-Philosophical Pedagogy

    Pia Lappalainen, Aalto University

    In their role as problem solvers, engineers are expected to take responsibility for the grand societal challenges that require technical expertise and innovation. This urges them to broaden their... More

    pp. 61-72

  5. Assessment and Evaluation Framework with Successful Application in ABET Accreditation

    Issam Damaj, Ashraf Zaher & Jibran Yousafzai, American University of Kuwait

    The development of reliable and easy-to-deploy assessment plans are a world-wide concern of academic programs. The cultivation of a culture of assessment or engaging in an accreditation effort is... More

    pp. 73-91

  6. Emerging Business Models in Education Provisioning: A Case Study on Providing Learning Support as Education-as-a-Service

    Loina Prifti, Marlene Knigge, Alexander Löffler, Sonja Hecht & Helmut Krcmar, Technical University of Munich

    This study aims to give a deeper understanding on emerging business models in the context of education. Industry 4.0/the Industrial Internet in general and especially recent advances in cloud... More

    pp. 92-108

  7. Assessing Improvement and Professional Career Skills in Senior Capstone Design through Course Data

    Robert Stwalley, Purdue University Agricultural & Biological Engineering

    An objective internal departmental review of course data indicates that a one credit hour fall seminar course which allows many preparatory topics to be engaged by the senior capstone teams makes... More

    pp. 130-146

  8. How Can We Find Out What Makes a Good Requirements Engineer in the Age of Digitalization?

    Yvonne Sedelmaier & Dieter Landes, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics Friedrich-Streib-Str. 2 96450 Coburg

    Good requirements are commonly viewed as a key success factor for IT (and non-IT) projects, but still there seems to be insufficient insight into which competences requirements engineers need to... More

    pp. 147-164