As technological change mediates virtually every realm of human life, the role of the engineer is expanding significantly and it is important that engineering educators are helping students prepare the new roles.
While the foundation of a strong engineering education remains unchanged, the research tools that engineering graduates will employ throughout their careers are rapidly becoming more powerful and networked. As the engineering profession changes, however, advances in engineering education have been slow to come, despite prominent calls for change from bodies such as The National Academy of Engineering, ABET, and the National Science Foundation in the US.Watch webinar
Universities are ideal hubs for students to build knowledge synthesis and create skillsets. But, many undergraduate engineering students don’t take full advantage of the powerful information and resources that are available to them through institutional subscriptions.
However, there are pedagogical strategies faculty can adopt to grow learners’ capabilities through knowledge synthesis, including leveraging tools like Knovel, Engineering Village, and Elsevier’s game-based learning experience called Engineering Academic Challenge.Watch the webinar
The next edition of Elsevier’s Engineering Academic (EAC) Challenge featuring Knovel and Engineering Village starts September 10, 2018. Are your students ready to play? Join this webinar to learn more about game-based learning and see a sneak preview of the challenge.
This webinar is geared toward engineering faculty members and will focus on integrating Knovel and Engineering Village within engineering projects & assignments. Live demonstrations and practical tips on how to embed these trusted research platforms within engineering courses, projects, and assignments will be shared.
Academic institutions around the world use Knovel and Engineering Village to inspire and educate the next generation of engineers and produce scholarly research backed by validated resources. These tools, which contain journals, books, conference articles, dissertations and standards, are some of the most powerful tools in an engineer’s tool kit. By teaching good scholarly search practices, the EAC helps students prepare for careers in engineering and research.Watch webinar
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