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Teaching environment for the education of engineering students

Anderl, Reiner and Vogel, Uwe R. (1999):
Teaching environment for the education of engineering students.
In: Interactive learning environments, Routledge, pp. 195-208, 7, (2&3), ISSN 1049-4820,
[Online-Edition: http://www.informaworld.com/openurl?genre=article&issn=1049%...],
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Abstract

The engineering students of today must be educated and trained in the foundations and methods that are necessary for the efficient use of modern technologies and tools, in teamwork and in the procurement and management of information. These goals can only be achieved in a sophisticated course environment that enables the individual work of each student as well as teamwork with data sharing, release procedures, communication, and coordination and which gives access to exercises and exams. All exercises and exams as well as their approval or rejection are done within this environment. The information that is needed for the task is either supplied in the form of lecture material or standards, or it must be found somewhere else on the Web. Within this environment, methods for the application of modern technology and tools are taught and practiced in a “simulated” product development process. This article describes this environment in the mechanical engineering facult y at the Darmstadt University of Technology (http://www.iim.maschinenbau.tu-darmstadt.de).

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 1999
Creators: Anderl, Reiner and Vogel, Uwe R.
Title: Teaching environment for the education of engineering students
Language: English
Abstract:

The engineering students of today must be educated and trained in the foundations and methods that are necessary for the efficient use of modern technologies and tools, in teamwork and in the procurement and management of information. These goals can only be achieved in a sophisticated course environment that enables the individual work of each student as well as teamwork with data sharing, release procedures, communication, and coordination and which gives access to exercises and exams. All exercises and exams as well as their approval or rejection are done within this environment. The information that is needed for the task is either supplied in the form of lecture material or standards, or it must be found somewhere else on the Web. Within this environment, methods for the application of modern technology and tools are taught and practiced in a “simulated” product development process. This article describes this environment in the mechanical engineering facult y at the Darmstadt University of Technology (http://www.iim.maschinenbau.tu-darmstadt.de).

Journal or Publication Title: Interactive learning environments
Volume: 7
Number: 2&3
Publisher: Routledge
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Department of Computer Integrated Design (DiK)
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
Date Deposited: 19 Nov 2008 16:19
Official URL: http://www.informaworld.com/openurl?genre=article&issn=1049%...
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DOI: 10.1076/ilee.7.2.195.7434

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