Vol 32-2A




Contributions in: Student Reasoning, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Interdisciplinary

Programs, Multidisciplinary Teams, Active Learning, Learning Styles, Teaching Practices,

Outreach, Academia and Industry, Plagiarism Detection, Assessment, Design Process,

Parallel Computing, Virtual Learning, Robotics, Digital Signal Processing, Wireless

Programming, Radar and Radiolocalization, Chemical Engineering, Sociology



Ahmad Ibrahim


Steven Zemke

Developing a Coding Framework to Analyze Student-to-Student Reasoning Based on Mental Models Theory

Qu Jin, Shannon K. Gilmartin,Helen L. Chen, Sara K. Johnson, Michelle B. Weiner, Richard M. Lerner and Sheri Sheppard

Entrepreneurial Career Choice and Characteristics of Engineering and Business Students

Adrian Holzer, Isabelle Vonèche Cardia,Samuel
 Bendahan, Alexis Berne, Luca Bragazza, Antonin Danalet, Ambrogio Fasoli, Jérôme N. Feige, Denis Gillet,Siara Isaac, Ingrid Le Duc, Delphine Preissmann and Roland Tormey

Increasing the Perspectives of Engineering Undergraduates on Societal Issues through an Interdisciplinary Program

Mark Steiner and Junichi Kanai

Creating Effective Multidisciplinary Capstone Project Teams

Nilanjan Raghunath and Timothy Li

Unlearning Anxieties of the Unfamiliar: Teaching Advanced Sociological Topics to Engineering Students

Baba Abdul, Olusola O. Adesope, David B. Thiessen and Bernard J. Van Wie

Comparing the Effects of Two Active Learning Approaches

Eutiquio Gallego, Virginia Díaz Barcos,

Eva Cristina Correa Hernando, Elvira

Sánchez Espinosa and Antonio Callejo Ramos

Influence of the Perceived Workload of Students on the Academic Performance Rates

Agnieszka Szewczyk-Zakrzewska and Stanislav Avsec

Predicting Academic Success and Creative Ability in Freshman Chemical Engineering Students: A Learning Styles Perspective

David B. Knight, Ian T. Cameron, Roger G. Hadgraft and Carl Reidsema

The Influence of External Forces, Institutional Forces, and Academics’ Characteristics on the Adoption of Positive Teaching Practices across Australian Undergraduate Engineering

Lorenzo Salas-Morera, María A. Cejas-Molina, José L. Olivares-Olmedilla, María S. Climent-Bellido and Laura GarcíaHernández

Preparing Students for Success in Engineering Degrees: A Combined Strategy Between High School and University

Peter D. Conradie, Cesar Vandevelde,Jolien De ville and Jelle Saldien

Prototyping Tangible User Interfaces: Case Study of the Collaboration between Academia and Industry

Marko Mišić, Zˇivojin Šuštran and Jelica Protić

A Comparison of Software Tools for Plagiarism Detection in Programming Assignments

Pedro Company, Jeffrey Otey, Manuel Contero, Maria-Jesus Agost and Arnau Almiñana

Implementation of Adaptable Rubrics for CAD Model Quality Formative Assessment

Roman Žavbi, Nuša Fain and Janez Rihtaršič

Using Computer-Generated Design Aids to Facilitate Alternative Concept Embodiments

Ali Yazici, Alok Mishra and Ziya Karakaya

Teaching Parallel Computing Concepts Using Real-Life Applications

Yun-Wu Wu, Li-Ming Young and Ming-Hui Wen

Developing an iBeacon-based Ubiquitous Learning Environment in Smart Green Building Courses

Zeljko Stojanov and Dalibor Dobrilovic

Qualitative Evaluation of Software Maintenance Services Integrated in a Virtual Learning Environment

Stanislav Avsec, David Rihtaršic and Slavko Kocijancic

The Impact of Robotics-Enhanced Approach on Students’ Satisfaction in Open Learning Environment

Maja Lutovac Banduka

Robotics First—A Mobile Environment for Robotics Education

Jon Zarrajeria and Begoña García Zapirain

Using Actual Cases of Pathological Speech Improvement to Teach Digital Signal Processing

Petre Ogrutan, Florin Sandu and Carmen Gerigan

Using Students Own Mobile Phones in Teaching Wireless Programming Techniques Laboratory

Yuri Álvarez López

Innovative Approach to Teaching Radar and Radiolocalization Course


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