Physiology is a core element of an undergraduate biomedical engineering curriculum, although programs differ in whether the biomedical engineering faculty or biology faculty teach these courses, and in whether...
PittKit and the Breadboard Laboratory Interface Processor (BLIP): An Educational Apparatus Centered on the Individual Student
We describe a kit of electronics tools, components, and equipment developed for the required one-semester instrumentation course in the Bioengineering Department at the University of Pittsburgh. The kit is owned by each...
Adding Biomedical Context to a Traditional Engineering Course in a Biomedical Engineering Curriculum
The interdisciplinary nature of Biomedical Engineering programs requires that biomedical engineering students learn many traditional engineering subjects. The inclusion of biomedical context is then necessary for a...
Using a Concurrently Collaborative Spreadsheet to Improve Teamwork and Chemical Engineering Problem Solving
A project investigating the viability of a concurrently collaborative online spreadsheet to improve the effectiveness of student teams when solving chemical engineering problems is described. Students in two classes...
A potential project management involving time used of a project can always be tradeoff by additional resources input. Such a tradeoff may come from different options of the activity of the project which can be choice....
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