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PKAL 2001 Change Agents Roundtable1 How Can Information Technology (IT) Enhance Undergraduate
 

Summary: PKAL 2001 Change Agents Roundtable1
How Can Information Technology (IT) Enhance Undergraduate
Science, Mathematics, Engineering & Technology (SME&T)
Education?
Alice M. Agogino
Faculty Assistant to the Executive Vice Chancellor & Provost
Roscoe and Elizabeth Hughes Professor of Mechanical Engineering
University of California at Berkeley
Over the last decade I have been involved in a number of projects aimed at reforming
undergraduate education in SME&T disciplines (e.g. the Synthesis Undergraduate
Engineering Education Coalition www.synthesis.org, the SMETE digital library project
www.smete.og and an integrated SMET curriculum project2
).The development of
instructional design and learning models for effective use of instructional technologies
has played an important role in these initiatives. In implementing these reforms on my
own campus I learned a lot about infrastructures needed to promote and support such
reforms. I briefly address each of these issues below:
Instructional Design and Learning Models
Campus Infrastructures to Support Effective Use of Information Technology
1. Instructional Design and Learning Models

  

Source: Agogino, Alice M. - Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of California at Berkeley

 

Collections: Engineering