IJEE

Vol 38 No. 5B

Contents

Abstracts

 

Special Issue

Engineering Education Everywhere: Good Practices for Emergency Situations and Remote Regions – Part 3

Guest Editors

Andrés Díaz Lantada – Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Industriales,

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

José Luis Martín Núñez – Instituto de Ciencias de la Educación,

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

 

Guest Editorial

Andrés Díaz Lantada & José Luis Martín Núñez

A Framework for Engineering Education for Tertiary Learners in Displacement

Claudio Cesar Silva De Freitas and Jennifer DeBoer

Service Learning as a Teaching Strategy of Seismic Vulnerability during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Orlando Arroyo, Carlos H. Barreto-Tovar and Dirsa Feliciano

Practice and Exploration of a Task-Based Method for the Online Teaching of Undergraduate Geophysics Courses

Yue Guo, Huan Ma and Li Wang

Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Engineering Education: Case Study with the Online Laboratory NCSLab

Zhongcheng Lei, Hong Zhou, Wenshan Hu and Guo-Ping Liu

Remote Laboratories for Automated System Education: Design, Evaluation, and Outreach

Sheng-Jen Hsieh

The Telepresence Laboratory for a New Campus Life Since the Covid-19 Crisis

Ratchatin Chancharoen and Gridsada Phanomchoeng

Teaching Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer in Hands-on and Virtual Settings with Low Cost Desktop Learning Modulesć

Olivia M. Reynolds, Bernard J. Van Wie, Heidi Curtis, Jacqueline Gartner, Katelyn Dahlke, Olusola O. Adesope and Prashanta Dutta

Tracking Students’ Visual Attention During E-Learning in the Time of COVID-19

Zˇeljko Gavrić, Miroslav Minović and Vanja Mišković

Assessing the Effectiveness of Virtual Workshops with Active Learning Approaches in Construction Education

Yewande S. Abraham, Bilge Gokhan Celik, Max Spaan and Natalie Mansson

Is Team-Based Online Learning Activities Enhances Critical Thinking Skills of Engineering Students or Not? An Exploratory Study During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Asad Abbas, José Luis Martín-úñez and Kamran Iqbal

The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Development of Engineering Students’ Professional Skills

Douglas W. Stamps

Scaffolding of Practical Learning in Bioprocess Engineering and its Contribution to Soft and Specific Skills

M. L. Castelló, A. Heredia**, J. Calvo-Lerma, A. Asensio-Grau and P. J. Fito

Evaluating the Influence and Modification for Environment and Sustainability Learning Outcome in Environmental Engineering Course During COVID-19 Pandemic

Nurmin Bolong and Ismail Saad

Architectural Engineering Students’ Perception of Knowledge Acquisition in a Senior Project Course Delivered Synchronously Online Due to COVID-19

Shaher Rababeh, Seyedali Abolmaali, Nadine Al-Bqour, Michael Zaretsky Juan A Balderrama, Mohammad S Rababeh, Toleen Alzubi and Palisha Shthapit

Emergency Remote Learning: Developing an Understanding about Online Learning Features and Students’ Feelings

Oenardi Lawanto, Assad Iqbal, Wade Goodridge, Angie Minichiello and Muhammad Asghar

Engineering Students’ Social Networks and Alters During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Julie P. Martin, Amanda C. Emberley, Kerrie Douglas and Rene Soto-Perez

COVID-19 in Spain: Transition from Face-to-Face to Emergency Remote Teaching for an Industrial Electronics and Automation Engineering Degree

Pilar I. Vidal-Carreras and Lourdes Cano´s-Daro´s

The Unequal COVID-19 Epidemic Effect: Minorities Gap in Engineering Education in Israel 

Avshalom Danoch and Neta Kela Madar

Rethinking Authentic Assessments – A Peer-Assessed Virtual Conference for Online Collaborative Learning

Susann Beier, William Armour, Xinxing Chen and Irene Renaud-Assemat

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