Many engineering faculty have been involved in projects to improve teaching and learning using web-based resources. Information-based learning materials have proven to be adaptable and dynamic; they have enhanced the...
Reinventing Manufacturing Engineering: Refocusing and Exploring Future Opportunities for Students explores the issues of outsourcing and the decline in enrollment in manufacturing engineering and technology programs by...
The Greenfield Coalition is developing and deploying case studies to support its programs in manufacturing engineering and technology. Linking academic learning with real-world experiences motivates students and...
Use of Physical Simulation, Computer Simulation, and a Common Product in a Series of Courses to Illu
Use of Physical & Computer Simulation and a Standard Product in a Series of Courses to Illustrate Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Technology Principles This presentation will explain the use of Physical...
The implementation of lean thinking is complex, slow, incremental, and unpredictable. The process varies from case to case (Liker, 1998). For this article, two basic questions are proposed: In what ways are the current...
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