Watching Videos Improves Learning? An Effective Use of Short, Simple, Instructor-Made Videos in an Engineering Course
Keeping up with trends in technology use among students is always a challenge. Students, like much of society, are increasingly pulling their desired content from the web (news, entertainment, etc.) rather than simply...
A significant portion of the curriculum in construction management (CM) requires an understanding of and appreciation for techniques in management and technology that are impacted by the conditions and context of the...
A first-year seminar for surveying students in the college of engineering was added to the surveying engineering curriculum in 1998. The course is used to introduce students to college academics, the scholarly community...
In 2006 and 2007 Drexel's College of Engineering restructured their freshman and sophomore curricula. As part of that restructuring two introductory sophomore-level courses were to be delivered in each engineering...
Rapid highway system development in the United States in the 1960s and 1970s has resulted in a large number of bridges reaching a stage in need of repair, rehabilitation, or replacement. Truck loads have also been...
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