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The Process of Updating Engineering Management Science in an Australian Regional University Excellence in Developing E-Learning
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European Journal of Engineering Education Volume 32, Number 5, ISSN 0304-3797

Abstract

The aim of the current paper is to share the processes in revising the courseware of the course of "Engineering Management Science" coded as ENG4004, in the Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical, Mechatronics, Electrical and Electronic, Computer Systems, Instrumentation and Control), Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Mechanical, Building and Construction Management) programmes offered by the University of Southern Queensland (USQ), a regional Australian University with excellence in developing e-learning. The paper describes how the authors review the courseware of the course. The needs for the review are also explained. The assessments of the course were also studied and revised. The authors also estimated the costs involved in reviewing the course. At the same time, the paper also predicts the benefits that will be offered to students and the community including employers who are going to employ USQ graduates. It is finally concluded that the review is worthwhile and the actual costs to the university are minimal. (Contains 8 tables and 2 figures.)

Citation

Ku, H. & Fulcher, R. (2007). The Process of Updating Engineering Management Science in an Australian Regional University Excellence in Developing E-Learning. European Journal of Engineering Education, 32(5), 527-538. Retrieved December 5, 2022 from .

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