Engineering design thinking, teaching, and learning

@article{Dynn2006EngineeringDT,
  title={Engineering design thinking, teaching, and learning},
  author={C. L. Dynn and Alice M. Agogino and Ozgur Eris and Daniel D. Frey and Larry J. Leifer},
  journal={IEEE Engineering Management Review},
  year={2006},
  volume={34},
  pages={65-65}
}
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