Letter from the Guest Editor

  title={Letter from the Guest Editor},
  author={Steven Youra},
  • Steven Youra
  • Published 1999
In winter, 1998, LLAD circulated a Call for Proposals soliciting brief descriptions of potential articles for a special issue on Communications Across the Engineering Curriculum. If nothing else, the large number of responses we received confirms that this topic is generating much current interest, energy, and activity. Most of the proposals focused on a particular instructional experiment, program, or strategy. Other proposals took a somewhat broader perspective, placing engineering issues… CONTINUE READING

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