AC 2007-540: TEACHING ENGINEERING ECONOMY AS A HYBRID ONLINE COURSE: TOOLS, METHODS, ASSESSMENT, AND CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

@inproceedings{Rosenkrantz2007AC2T,
  title={AC 2007-540: TEACHING ENGINEERING ECONOMY AS A HYBRID ONLINE COURSE: TOOLS, METHODS, ASSESSMENT, AND CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT},
  author={Phil Rosenkrantz and Polytechnic University-Pomona},
  year={2007}
}
A traditional engineering economy course was converted to a hybrid (partially) on-line course in 2003. Sixty percent of the course is now on-line. WebCT is used as a course management system and content is delivered asynchronously using streamed, narrated PowerPoint presentations. Forty percent of the course is face-to-face in a classroom with computer workstations and projection system for instructor demonstrations, class presentations, and in-class WebCT quizzes. Active learning strategies… CONTINUE READING