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1966 - 1970
Teaching Engineering Fundamentals with a Project-Based Learning Approach
Recruiting and retaining students in the Engineering Technology area has been a major challenge to many of us in the Engineering Technology and Industrial Studies (ETIS) Department at Middle Tennessee State University...
The Future of Engineering Education IV: Learning How to Teach
This article discusses approaches to equipping current and future faculty members with teaching skills. Examples are given of successful courses and workshops on teaching and mentorship programs.
Implementing Simple Protocols in Multiple Processors Control Applications
Using microprocessor/microcontroller in various control applications is not only one of the major topics in Engineering Technology curricula, but also of interest in industry applications. To accomplish it correctly the...
Managing Senior Design Projects to Maximize Success: The TAT Team
The typical engineering technology curriculum culminates in a capstone senior design course or sequence. The goal of this course/sequence is to have students demonstrate their mastery of the concepts they have learned...
Building the Largest Cantenna in Kansas: An Interdisciplinary Collaboration between Engineering Technology Programs
This paper describes the design and development of a large 20 dBi (decibels isotropic) Wi-Fi antenna for a class project in the Communication Circuit Design course. This large antenna is based on smaller Wi-Fi antennas...
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