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Help, Instructor Overload!: The Pros and Cons of Distance Education and Interactive Video Conferencing Formats forInstruction in an Engineering Graphics/Design ComputerLaboratory Course

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8-19-2015 12:00 AM

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To meet the exponential demands of enrollment in engineering, instructors have resorted to alternative formats of instruction. This session will discuss the experiences and challenges of introducing an engineering graphics course using broadcast technology. The work presented emphasizes the challenges and benefits associated with creating a curriculum and teaching experience in a freshmen engineering course, while considering the intricacies of teamwork projects and teaching a graphics software program during class.In this session, you will learn about best practices from engineering educators seeking to implement broadcast technology into their classes. Issues of coordination, recording constraints, teacher assistant training, and time and technology management will be discussed, and recommendations will be provided.

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Aug 19th, 12:00 AM

Help, Instructor Overload!: The Pros and Cons of Distance Education and Interactive Video Conferencing Formats forInstruction in an Engineering Graphics/Design ComputerLaboratory Course

To meet the exponential demands of enrollment in engineering, instructors have resorted to alternative formats of instruction. This session will discuss the experiences and challenges of introducing an engineering graphics course using broadcast technology. The work presented emphasizes the challenges and benefits associated with creating a curriculum and teaching experience in a freshmen engineering course, while considering the intricacies of teamwork projects and teaching a graphics software program during class.In this session, you will learn about best practices from engineering educators seeking to implement broadcast technology into their classes. Issues of coordination, recording constraints, teacher assistant training, and time and technology management will be discussed, and recommendations will be provided.