University project to investigate the teaching and management of engineering
The work began by investigating the use ofsimulation in teaching automation & robotics, including comparingindustrial simulation packages and In-House programming. That work improved on the use of industrialCAD and simulation packages and led to the introduction of Imagineering topromote creativity in engineering education. New computer based training (CBT) systems were created during this earlywork for use in engineering education.
Work moved on to analyse the functioning ofthe School of Systems Engineering and led to the introduction of voluntaryassessment of lecturing skills.
That all led to work to investigate changesin the management of engineering education more widely within the UK.
Finally, the requirement for integrated andsystems engineers for the future was considered.
- Simulation packages for teaching automation and robotics.
- Improved CAD and simulation packages for teaching automation and robotics.
- Computer based training (CBT) system for engineering education.
- Requirement for integrated and systems engineers.
- Complex and flexible future for engineering education.
- Assessment requirements for engineering.
-The new and competitive environment.
- Voluntary assessment of lecturing skills in the School of Systems Engineering.
- Imagineering to promote creativity in engineering education.
- Changes in the management of engineering education.
|Short title||Teaching Processes in Engineering|
|Effective start/end date||6/03/90 → 14/03/92|
- University of Portsmouth (lead)
- The Open University
- Jagiellonian University in Kraków