Check out ideas related to improving engineering education by visiting our events and activities page where you’ll find an archive of slides and videos. The Lightning Symposium has a link to ten 2-minute ideas that work!
Links to journals on engineering education, science education, and higher education
Computer science senior lecturer Lawrence Angrave gives advice to anyone teaching a large class, including a reminder that their classroom isn’t very far off Broadway, after all.
Physics professor Jose Mestre describes four teaching strategies validated by educational research: collaborative tests, interleaved versus blocked practice, distributed versus massed practice, and learning from worked examples.
Engineering IT Services offers support for learning management systems, lecture capture, and more.
Support for i-clickers is here.
For information about the computer-based testing facility, contact David Mussulman.
For information about PrairieLearn (online, adaptive system for problem-driven learning), contact Matt West.