From the Editor

ABSTRACT

This marks a fourth issue and the completion of a cycle. We are publishing five papers that again demonstrate the breadth of AEE. This issue’s peer-reviewed papers cover embedding laboratory experiences with lectures, using cognitive load theory to enhance computer programming skills, introducing experiential learning in mechanics of materials, using structured writing to improve the performance and attitudes of engineering teams, and using problem based learning to deliver digital electronics lectures. This last paper, from colleagues in India, once again demonstrates the reach of AEE and the international interest in improving engineering education…

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Larry J. Shuman Editor Advances in Engineering Education Senior Associate Dean University of Pittsburgh shuman@pitt.edu

Larry J. Shuman
Editor
Advances in Engineering Education
Senior Associate Dean
University of Pittsburgh
shuman@pitt.edu


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