Defining the outcomes: a framework for EC-2000

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The “new” Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology criteria, EC-2000, has caused engineering educators to focus on 11 intentionally undefined outcomes as a necessary step in the accreditation process. As part of a large study sponsored by the National Science Foundation, a framework, based on Bloom’s taxonomy, has been developed for better… (More)
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@article{BesterfieldSacre2000DefiningTO, title={Defining the outcomes: a framework for EC-2000}, author={Mary Besterfield-Sacre and Larry J. Shuman and Harvey Wolfe and Cynthia J. Atman and Jack McGourty and Ronald L. Miller and Barbara Olds and Gloria M. Rogers}, journal={IEEE Trans. Education}, year={2000}, volume={43}, pages={100-110} }