Evolving Technologies and Trends for Innovative Online Delivery of Engineering Curriculum
For more than a decade, engineering educators have been exploring innovative way to use the internet to improve engineering education. With a renewed emphasis on active learning, and a drive to provide more affordable access to textbooks and curriculum content globally, engineering educators have turned to the promises of the internet for solutions to these challenges. These solutions have taken the form of online content repositories and authoring tools for providing innovative curriculum to thousands of individuals and schools, as well as virtual and remote laboratories that bring the promise of active learning to a wider variety of students. This paper discusses the new trends and technologies under development to help fulfill the promise of the internet in revolutionizing engineering education.
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