Work in progress — Intervening to improve the dissertation of final year engineering research projects

@article{Goh2011WorkIP,
  title={Work in progress — Intervening to improve the dissertation of final year engineering research projects},
  author={Steven Goh and Harry Ku},
  journal={2011 Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE)},
  year={2011},
  pages={F3F-1-F3F-6}
}
This paper presents preliminary results of an investigative study into the final-year engineering research project. Final year students completing engineering research projects were surveyed pre- and post-intervention regarding their perception and ability to undertake a literature review in their research project. The pre-intervention survey provided an insight into the students' initial disorientation in starting the projects but also acted as an awareness mechanism for the student… CONTINUE READING

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