Enjoyeering Junior: A hands-on activity to enhance technological learning in an engineering dynamics course

@article{Kojmane2016EnjoyeeringJA,
  title={Enjoyeering Junior: A hands-on activity to enhance technological learning in an engineering dynamics course},
  author={Jihane Kojmane and Ahmed Aboutajeddine},
  journal={2016 International Conference on Information Technology for Organizations Development (IT4OD)},
  year={2016},
  pages={1-6}
}
The 21st century global competition has emphasized design of innovative products and solutions as the core competency requested today in the job market for engineers. To produce good design thinkers, design activities must be implemented in engineering curriculums, and have to start at early years. This paper presents a cost effective activity untitled Enjoyeering Junior held in parallel with a course on mechanical dynamics and introduced early in the program, which aim to introduce junior… CONTINUE READING

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