From Technology Enhanced Learning to Ethics and Critical Thinking as part of the Engineering Education: Skill Driven with Humanities Comprehension Editorial
Keywords:Technology Enhanced Learning, Engineering Education, Skill Driven, Humanities Comprehension
It is a great pleasure to contribute some words to the debate about Engineering Education as well as to broaden the discussion about the future evolution of this discipline in which we were involved in the last fifteen years. One of us is in his last period of a professional life full of research and the other one still in the early stages of a career in engineering education. Both of us come from different backgrounds and have different visions which are complementing each other. Therefore, we are striving to develop new actions and activities inside this amazing discipline.
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