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Spring 2010 | Volume 2 | Issue 1

Table of Contents

  1. From the Editor
    Larry Shuman
  2. Guest Editorial
    Jack Zable
  3. Where Are We Now? Statistics on Capstone Courses Nationwide
    Susannah Howe
  4. Multidisciplinary Capstone Design at the University of Houston
    Richard Bannerot, Ross Kastor, and Paul Ruchhoeft
  5. A Service Learning Structural Engineering Capstone Course and the Assessment of Technical and Non-technical Objectives
    David W. Dinehart and Shawn P. Gross
  6. Improving a Capstone Design Course Through Mindmapping
    Marjan Eggermont, Robert Brennan, and Theo Freiheit
  7. Development of a Supplemental Evaluation for Engineering Design Courses
    Glen A. Livesay, Renee D. Rogge, and Kay C Dee
  8. Evolution of Technical Writing in Senior Design—A Case History
    Nirmala Gnanapragasam
  9. Design and Validation of a Web-Based System for Assigning Members to Teams Using Instructor-Specified Criteria
    Richard A. Layton, Misty L. Loughry, Matthew W. Ohland, and George D. Ricco
  10. Student and Instructor Perceptions of the Usefulness of Computer-Based Microworlds in Supporting the Teaching and Assessment of Computer Networking Skills: An Exploratory Study
    Nada Dabbagh and Mark Beattie
  11. Effect of Integrating Hydrologic Scaling Concepts on Students Learning and Decision Making Experiences
    Majdi R. Abou Najm, Rabi H. Mohtar, Keith A. Cherkauer, and Brian F. French
  12. Closing the Competency Gap in Manufacturing Processes as it Applies to New Engineering Graduates
    Mukasa Ssemakula, Gene Liao, and Darin Ellis
  13. Improving Engineering Students’ Cognitive and Affective Preparedness with a Pre-Instructional E-Learning Strategy
    Seung Youn (Yonnie) Chyung, Amy Moll, Brian Marx, Megan Frary, and Janet Callahan