EPICS: A Service Learning Program at Butler University

@article{Sorenson2005EPICSAS,
  title={EPICS: A Service Learning Program at Butler University},
  author={Josh Sorenson and P. K. Linos},
  journal={Proceedings Frontiers in Education 35th Annual Conference},
  year={2005},
  pages={F2F-F2F}
}
In this paper we present our experiences teaching EPICS (engineering projects in community service) at Butler University, a small, private university, from within the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering. The EPICS program began at Purdue University in 1995. The idea behind EPICS is to have undergraduate students earn college credit for working on long-term, multi-semester projects to benefit charity and non-profit organizations. The projects are student-driven, under faculty… CONTINUE READING

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