Using an integrated platform for learning™ to reinvent engineering education

  title={Using an integrated platform for learning™ to reinvent engineering education},
  author={Roger L. Traylor and Donald Heer and Terri S. Fiez},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Education},
The most pressing and critical needs for engineering graduates in 2013 and beyond are to be natural innovators who are able to integrate their knowledge to solve complex engineering problems. This paper introduces an integrated platform for learningTM as a solution to meet these needs. The platform for learning provides an environment for innovation, while integrating a curriculum into a coherent whole. 
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