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Projects That Matter

Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in Engineering

Edited by Edmund Tsang
January 2000
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    Stylus Publishing
  • Published
    1st January 2000
  • ISBN 9781563770197
  • Language English
  • Pages 192 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"
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December 2011
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  • Publisher
    Stylus Publishing
  • Published
    30th December 2011
  • ISBN 9781620360378
  • Language English
  • Pages 192 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"

This book represents the 14th in the Service-Learning in the Disciplines Series and concentrates on how service-learning can be successfully incorporated in engineering programs, a discipline to which is it relatively new. Contributors to the volume are experienced in using service-learning and address issues of concern to engineering educators. As one peer reviewer commented, "The audience for this [book] is the engineering education community--that community will expect practical applications of the theory that will lead to improved engineering education."

About This Series—Edward Zlotkowski
Introduction—Edmund Tsang

Part One: Service-Learning in Engineering Education
What I Never Learned in Class: Lessons From Community-Based Learning—Gerald S. Eisman
Service-Learning as a Pedagogy for Engineering: Concerns and Challenges—Edmund Tsang
Service-Learning Reflection for Engineering: A Faculty Guide—Jennifer Moffat and Rand Decker
How to Institutionalize Service-Learning Into the Curriculum of an Engineering Department: Designing a Workable Plan—Peter T. Martin. and James Coles
Professional Activism: Reconnecting Community, Campus, and Alumni Through Acts of Service—Rand Decker

Part Two: Service-Learning Course and Program Models
EPICS: Service-Learning by Design—Edward J. Coyle and Leah H. Jamieson
Service-Learning in a Variety of Engineering Courses—John Duffy
Integrating Service-Learning Into Computer Science Through a Social Impact Analysis—C. Dianne Martin
Service-Learning: A Unique Perspective on Engineering Education—Marybeth Lima
Integrating Service-Learning Into “Introduction to Mechanical Engineering”—Edmund Tsang
Service-Learning and Civil and Environmental Engineering: A Department Shows How It Can Be Done—Peter T. Martin
Cross-Cultural Service-Learning for Responsible Engineering Graduates—David Vader, Carl A. Erikson, and John W. Eby

Part Three: Additional Resources
Assessment of Environmental Equity: Results of an Engineering Service-Learning Project—Richard Ciocci
Service-Learning in Engineering at the University of San Diego: Thoughts on First Implementation—Susan M. Lord

Annotated Bibliography—Edmund Tsang
Contributors to This Volume

Edmund Tsang

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engineering; civic engagement; higher education; community engagement; service learning; community building; public engagement; community partnerships; AAHE