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Robotics as a Vehicle for Engineering Education

@inproceedings{Needel2007RoboticsAA,
  title={Robotics as a Vehicle for Engineering Education},
  author={Gregory E. Needel},
  year={2007}
}
An important factor in an engineering education is the students' ability to apply their theoretical knowledge to solving real world problems. Unfortunately, many schools are unable to provide full laboratories for experimental experiences due to a variety of constraints. This is a serious problem for educators who wish to provide practical learning for their students. One of the more commonly employed methods of providing a “hands-on” approach to learning is through the use of educational kits… 

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