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Student Competitions: The Benefits and Challenges
Intercollegiate design competitions are a popular means to engage students in design activities that extend beyond the curriculum. When students gather around a project in their spare time and use their classroom skills...
Using RFID in the Classroom to Teach Information Systems Principles
This paper describes a strategy for using an inexpensive RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) reader and tags in the classroom to teach a variety of basic principles of information technology to students taking an...
Development and Dissemination of a Microelectronics Laboratory Curriculum Using On-Line Technology
The Arizona State University (ASU) campus at Mesa, Arizona received an Advanced Technology Education (ATE) grant from the National Science Foundation to develop a series of six laboratory curriculum modules in the area...
Using Hollywood Movies as a Supplementary Tool to Teach Manufacturing Processes
Introductory courses on manufacturing processes are difficult to teach and it is challenging to deliver the information in an interesting or entertaining way. As one of the attempts to promote students learning,...
Rapid Prototyping of Printed Circuit Boards Using an Engraving Laser
Lack of a good system for rapid prototyping of printed circuit boards has been a major bottleneck in Senior Design at the University of Texas at Tyler. A simple method using artwork printed on toner-transfer paper and...
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