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Title: Optimising learning outcome via project-baased learning in the production of technicians.
Authors: Oyedokun, Zacchaeus
Keywords: Electrical Engineering
Project based learning - Namibia
Engineering graduates
Technicians - Namibia
Polytechnic of Namibia - Project based learning
Conferences and workshops
Polytechnic of Namibia - Department of Electrical Engineering
Electrical engineering programmes - Namibia
Engineering Education Conference, 9th, 2006, San Juan PR
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Session M3G
Citation: Oyedokun, Z. (2006). Optimising learning outcome via project-baased learning in the production of technicians. Paper presented at the 9th International Conference on Engineering Education, M3G-23, 23-28 July 2006, San Juan PR.
Abstract: The Department of Electrical Engineering runs a multi-exit level programs where student can obtain a National Diploma or the Bachelor of Technology. One of the requirements of the program is for graduates to be industry-ready and globally marketable. Project-based learning was adopted in the Department to produce graduates that are nationally relevant, industry compliant and globally marketable. Design Project 3 is one such course that gives the graduates an apex outcome and a cutting edge advantage in the market place. This was designed to improve employability of the graduates.
Description: Paper presented at the 9th International Conference on Engineering Education, M3G-23, 23-28 July 2006, San Juan PR.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10628/256
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