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Engineering Education, Is Problem-Based or Project-Based Learning the Answer
Dr Nathan Scott Dept. of Mechanical & Materials Engineering The University of Western Australia 35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley 6009 Western Australia nscott@mech.uwa.edu.au Assoc. Prof. Roger HadgraftExpand
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Developing an international framework for BIM education in the HE sector
There has been an increased use of Building Information Modelling (BIM) over the past decades by the global construction industry. The increased use has been contributed to governments, largeExpand
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I still wanna be an engineer! Women, education and the engineering profession
Women's low enrolment in post-school engineering degrees continues to be a problem for engineering faculties and the profession generally. A qualitative interview-based study of Australian womenExpand
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‘Yes, I do belong’: the women who stay in engineering
Despite considerable work to encourage girls and women to enter the profession, engineering continues to be heavily male dominated, a situation which has implications for quality and gender equity.Expand
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Gender Inclusive Engineering Education
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An experimental investigation of crumb rubber concrete confined by fibre reinforced polymer tubes
Abstract Due to the known loss of compressive strength experienced by crumb rubber concrete (CRC) compared with conventional concrete, there have been few applications explored to date for theExpand
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Multiple assessment strategies for capstone civil engineering class design project
The Civil Engineering Design Project at the University of South Australia is a final year, final semester project undertaken by all civil engineering students. The capstone course is focussed aroundExpand
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Flawed Policy, Failed Politics? Challenging the Sexual Politics of Managing Diversity in Engineering Organizations
In Australia, as in most other developed countries, women constitute less than 10 per cent of engineers and they are leaving the profession faster than men. Engineering organizations have taken upExpand
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CREW Revisited in 2007 the Year of Women in Engineering: An Update on Women's Progress in the Australian Engineering Workforce
This report revisits a study that was carried out in 1999, the Careers Review of Engineering Women (CREW). The original review showed that women engineers were generally less happy with their careerExpand
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‘Oh you must be very clever!’ High‐achieving women, professional power and the ongoing negotiation of workplace identity
This paper uses a gender perspective to problematise the connection between high educational achievement and a fulfilling professional career. Drawing data from an Australian study of women workingExpand
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