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Electrical and Computer Engineering programs across the nation are seeing a decrease in engineering student enrollment and retention. Electronic systems and components these days are far too small and complex to allow...
It is well-known that involving students in activities and courses within their major early in their academic careers has a positive impact on student retention. We have developed several programs targeted at involving...
Recent improvements in the design of microcontrollers and the availability of free development tools now allow each student to have access to state of the art development tools and hardware. Students must be provided...
This paper discusses the development and assessment of an integrated curriculum in electrical engineering (EE). The underlying spiral curriculum philosophy seeks to reduce the compartmentalizing of sub-disciplines...
The embedded industry is one of the least studied high-tech arenas on the planet, despite the vast number of products we produce that change people's lives. Embedded.com conducts surveys from time to time, as does VDC...
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