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On Providing Successful Research Experiences for Undergraduates
By Reynold J. Bailey and Hans-Peter Bischof and Minseok Kwon and Tracy Miller and Rajendra K. Raj
Published in Proceedings of the 41st ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE 2011) (Thursday, September 30, 2010)


The discussion of a philosophy of engineering and/or engineering education has encouraged the community to try and bring some coherence to the field. This select and annotated bibliography is one resource intended to enhance and continue the conversation. In conjunction with a preparatory review, this bibliography introduces the 2011 FIE special workshop on the subject of exploring the philosophies of engineering and engineering education. This work extends what has been done during the 2007, 2008, and 2009 FIE conferences. Focus is brought to bare on research and theoretical readings that discuss a philosophy of engineering education; the engineering identity crisis; differentiating engineering, science, and technology; engineering science verse engineering design, engineering epistemology, philosophy and practice of the engineering curriculum; philosophy in the engineering curriculum; engineering ethics; and engineering culture. Each of the focus areas is introduced with a list of annotated references that present current ideas, beliefs and findings related to these areas.

CCRG Authors

Bischof, Hans-Peter

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