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2002 iNEER Special Volume

212 pages, 2002

ISBN 1-56700186-6

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Advances in communication technologies and interest by nations to upgrade their engineering education programs have helped to fuel the recent upturn in emphasis on international cooperation. Other factors include increasing trans-national parity for international cooperation created by heightened investments in science and engineering by many countries, and by the greater number of international students returning to their homelands to help build the national economies. The purpose of this book is to chronicle the recent progress made by the global engineering education community. The book contains nineteen chapters. The countries of origin of the first authors of the chapters are as follows: USA (6 chapters); United Kingdom (4); Norway (2); Canada (2); Germany (1); Denmark (1); Singapore (1); Slovenia (1); Spain (1).

Chapter topics deal with advances in multimedia teaching tools; distance learning; work-based professional development; active collaborative learning; assessment of teaching and learning; international accreditation and mutual recognition of engineering programs; and other areas.