Mini workshop - Real World Engineering Projects: Discovery-based curriculum modules for first-year students

@inproceedings{Williams2011MiniW,
  title={Mini workshop - Real World Engineering Projects: Discovery-based curriculum modules for first-year students},
  author={Stephen Williams and Masoud Agah and Luiz A. Dasilva and Kamyar Dezhgosha and Allen B. Mackenzie and Nicky Mostert-Phipps and Sanjay Raman and Javier Resano},
  booktitle={FIE},
  year={2011}
}
This mini workshop is organized to provide an interactive forum for the introduction of a set of five new curriculum modules developed under IEEE's Real World Engineering Projects (RWEP) program. The modules, which are representative of a larger collection of curriculum modules available to the public via an open-access RWEP web portal, are designed for use in the first-year engineering and computer science classroom, and are hands-on, team-based projects that emphasize the societal impact of… 

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