Since the 1990s, nationwide enrollment in engineering technology programs has been declining. It has become increasing difficult to attract and retain students. A number of reasons have been attributed to this trend...
An Assessment of the Impact of Exploring Engineering Through An Experiential Learning Course on Student Attraction and Retention
With funding from National Science Foundation, a project-based experiential course has been introduced at the freshman level to acquaint students with the engineering field, and to attract students into engineering...
USB Data Acquisition Units Provide New Measurement and Control Options for Engineering Technology Students
The Universal Serial Bus (USB) has become a ubiquitous technology for computer peripherals. It is available on virtually every new computer and in most cases provides a seamless connection method for a variety of...
A CET Videotaped Laboratory in Materials Testing: An Evaluation and Comparison with On-campus Delivery Methods
This paper evaluates the videotaped version of the Materials Testing Laboratory course and compares it to the on-campus version of the course. The videotaped version was first offered in the summer of 1999 and has been...
Mechatronics continues to gain currency throughout the world as a unique field of study. As this happens, more and more universities within the United States are expanding their offerings to include this valuable...
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