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Session T1A - Assessing Student Performance
  Assessing Computer Literacy and Achievement Using Self-Concepts ...................................................................................... 1
     William LeBold, Robert Montgomery, Dan Budny, Goranka Bjedov and Sherman Ward
  Time Monitoring for Students ................................................................................................................................................ 8
     David Carrington
  Incorporating Student Peer Review and Feedback into the Assessment Process .................................................................... 14
     Jack McGourty, Peter Dominick and Richard Reilly
  The Coupling of Performance and Assessment in Multidisciplinary Teamwork ..................................................................... 19
     Robert Thompson
  Understanding What “Success” Means in Assessment.......................................................................................................... 20
     Melinda Piket-May, J. Chang and J. Avery
Session T1B - Technology: Does it Work?
  Changing the Engineering Undergraduate Experience by Appropriate Use of Computer Technology ................................... 23
     Robert Green and David Huddleston
  Practical Evolution of IT in the College Classroom.............................................................................................................. 27
     Bob Siegmann
  Analysis of Computer Utilization in the Classroom............................................................................................................... 28
     Ronald Curtis
  The Learning Preferences of Engineering Students From Two Perspectives.......................................................................... 29
     Peter Rosati
  Where’s the Proof? A Review of Literature on Effectiveness of Information technology in Education .................................... 33
     Madhavi Kadiyala and Billy Crynes
Session T1C - Object Oriented Design
  An Undergraduate Course in Object-Oriented Software Design ........................................................................................... 38
     Cathy Bishop-Clark and James Kiper
  Preliminary Results of an NSF-Sponsored Software Engineering Pedagogical Laboratory ................................................... 43
     Stuart Rubin and Roger Lee
  OO Development Life Cycle – A Videotaped Teaching Resource .......................................................................................... 45
     Ivan Tomek and Judy Green
Session T1D - Special Session: Freshman Design Projects in the NSF Foundation Coalition
  Freshman Design Projects in the Foundation Coalition ....................................................................................................... 50
     Jim Richardson, Carlos Corleto, Jeffrey Froyd, P. Imbrie, Joey Parker and Ronald Roedel
Session T1E - Non-Traditional Approaches I
  Enhancing the Hardware Design Experience for Computer Engineers ................................................................................. 60
     Peter Maurer
  A Project Oriented Approach to Teaching Software-Hardware Integration of Microcontroller-Based Systems...................... 64
     José Cruz-Rivera
  Design Projects for Digital and Process Control Courses .................................................................................................... 69
     Gerson Beauchamp-Báez and Luis Meléndez-González
  Macroelectronics: Building the Perfect Beast....................................................................................................................... 73
     Stephen Dyer and John Schmalzel
  The Development of a New Core Electrical Engineering Course in Energy Processing Systems............................................ 79
     Leonard Bohmann, B. Mork, N. Schultz and D. Wiitanen
Session T1F - WWW Tools I
  Improving World Wide Web and Library Research............................................................................................................... 80
     James Stenger and Joanne Goode
  Comparative Analysis of Internet Search Methodology for Electrical Engineering Technology ............................................. 84
     Ronald Rockland
   A Framework and Reusable Tools for Developing Interactive Course Web Sites................................................................... 85
      Henri Naccache, Timothy Lindquist and Susan Urban
   Design and Development of a Hybrid Instruction Model for a New Teaching Paradigm ....................................................... 90
      Oge Marques, Jeffrey Woodbury, Sam Hsu and Stéphane Charitos
   An Interactive GUI-based Tool for Signal and Speech Processing Courses........................................................................... 95
      Hiren Bhagatwala, Edward Painter and Andreas Spanias
Session T1G - Faculty Issues
   Faculty Teaching Practices and Perceptions of Institutional Attitudes Toward Teaching at Eight Engineering
   Schools............................................................................................................................................................................. 101
      Richard Felder, Rebecca Brent, Thomas Miller, Catherine Brawner and Rodney Allen
   Managing the Human Processes in Curriculum Reform ..................................................................................................... 106
      Nigel Middleton and John Trefny
   Using Courseware Authoring to Mentor Faculty of the Future ........................................................................................... 111
      Brian Hoyt, Edward Mastascusa, Michael Hanyak, William Snyder and Thomas Rich
   Problems with Salary Equity Models for Engineering Faculty ............................................................................................ 116
      George Swisher
Session T2A - Institution-Wide Assessment Issue
   Strategies for Developing, Implementing, and Institutionalizing a Comprehensive Assessment Process for
   Engineering Education ...................................................................................................................................................... 117
       Jack McGourty
   Using the Assessment Center Approach for Faculty Assessment ......................................................................................... 122
       Jim Richardson
   Development of a School wide Assessment Plan - Questions Answered and Questions Raised............................................. 123
       Charles Yokomoto, Clifford Goodwin and David Williamson
   Asynchronous Assessment: Using Electronic Portfolios to Document and Assess Student Learning Outcomes..................... 129
       Gloria Rogers
Session T2B - Learning Technologies I
   Assessment of Student Understanding Using On-line Discussion Groups............................................................................ 130
       Theresa Hein and Sarah Irvine
   Experiment Substitution In-Class Discussions With Email Discussions............................................................................... 136
       Celia Schahczenski
   Assessment of Technology-Assisted Learning in Higher Education: It Requires new thinking by Universities
    and Colleges..................................................................................................................................................................... 141
       Sheri Sheppard, Derek Reamon, Larry Friedlander, Charles Kerns, Larry Leifer, Michele Marincovich and George Toye
   Intellectual Collectives - New Faculty Alliances for Collaborative Learning....................................................................... 146
       Richard Reis and Melissa Regan
Session T2C - Computing as a Profession
   Computing as a Profession: A Unifying Framework ........................................................................................................... 147
     Neal Coulter
Session T2D - Design Innovations
   Professor-Driven, Student-Driven, and Client-Driven Design Projects ............................................................................... 149
      Henry Ansell
   Modeling the New-Product Development Cycle: Open-ended Problem Solving with Design, Technical
   Communications and Test/Measurement Content for Electrical and Computer Engineering Seniors at
   The University of Texas at El Paso..................................................................................................................................... 155
      Jim Myers and Mike Acosta
   Graphical Representations of Engineering Design Behavior .............................................................................................. 160
      Justin Chimka and Cynthia Atman
   Experiences with Interdisciplinary Based Design Teams .................................................................................................... 166
      Morris Morgan, III, Christopher Washington and Bradford Grand
   Conceptual Design Using a Synergistically Compatible Morphological Matrix .................................................................. 171
      Richard Weber and Sridhar Condoor
Session T2E - Special Session: First-Year Integrated Curricula across Engineering Education Coalitions
   First-Year Integrated Curricula Across Engineering Education Coalitions......................................................................... 177
      Nizar Al-Holou, Nihat Bilgutay, Carlos Corleto, John Demel, Richard Felder, Karen Frair, Jeffrey Froyd, Mark Hoit,
   James Morgan and David Wells
Session T2F - WWW Courses I
   Engineering Economics on the Web - Progress Report ....................................................................................................... 198
       Jeff Goldberg
   A low-interaction C programming course on the WWW...................................................................................................... 199
       Sushil Louis and Yaakov Varol
   The Mobile Classroom Project........................................................................................................................................... 205
       Robert Cook
   An Internet-based Computer Laboratory for DSP Courses ................................................................................................. 206
       Axel Clausen and Andreas Spanias
   Web-based Learning of Engineering Mechanics for Undergraduate Students ..................................................................... 211
       Georges Van der Perre and Wim Van Petegem
Session T2G - Women and Minorities
   An Interactive CD ROM to Sensitize Engineering students to Diversity Issues .................................................................... 212
      Stephanie Blaisdell, Russel Jones and Constantine Andreyev
   Recruiting Women into Engineering Graduate Programs ................................................................................................... 216
      Mary White, Stephanie Blaisdell and Mary Anderson-Rowland
   Auburn University Minority Engineering Program: Overview, Lessons Learned, Future Challenges .................................. 220
      D. Weatherby, T. Shumpert and J. Fergus
   Predictors of Women’s Entry Into Engineering: Why Academic Preparation Is Not Sufficient............................................. 221
      Stephanie Blaisdell
   Industry Involvement in the Women in Applied Science and Engineering (WISE) Recruiting and Retention Programs......... 226
      Shawna Fletcher, Mary Anderson-Rowland and Stephanie Blaisdell
Session T2H - Writing and Communication I
   A Holistic Assessment of Writing in Design........................................................................................................................ 231
      Debra Larson, Sibylle Gruber, David Scott and Melvin Neville
   Using Writing to Enhance Collaborative Learning in Engineering Courses ........................................................................ 236
      Edward Wheeler and Robert McDonald
   Practical Problems in Organizing Students into Groups..................................................................................................... 242
      Thomas Schultz
   Enabling Effective Engineering Teams: A Program for Teaching Interaction Skills ............................................................ 246
      J. Elaine Seat and Susan Lord
Session T3A - Assessing First year Students
   The Effect of Course Sequence on the Retention of Freshmen Engineering Students: When Should the Intro
   Engineering Course be Offered?....................................................................................................................................... 252
      Mary Anderson-Rowland
   Understanding Student Confidence as It Relates to First Year Achievement........................................................................ 258
      Mary Besterfield-Sacre, Nancy Amaya, Larry Shuman, Cynthia Atman and Richard Porter
   Capturing Student’s Teamwork and Open-Ended Design Performance in an Undergraduate Multimedia
   Engineering Design Class.................................................................................................................................................. 264
      Ann McKenna, Lydia Mongia and Alice Agogino
   Pupils’ Attitudes to Technology: A Review of Studies which Have a Bearing on the Attitudes which Freshmen
   Bring with them to Engineering ......................................................................................................................................... 270
      John Heywood
   Assessment Issues in Elementary Numerical Analysis......................................................................................................... 274
      George Davis
Session T3B - Active Cooperative Learning I
   Design for a Network-Based Education system that Evolves by Peer and Instructor Interaction.......................................... 275
      Alvin Surkan
   Personal Reflections on PSI in Engineering Mechanics...................................................................................................... 280
      David Haws
   Technology-Assisted Instruction Applied to Cooperative Learning: The SHIECC Project ................................................... 286
      Sofiane Labidi and Jeane Ferreira
   Using “Beautiful Homework Solutions” to Foster Classroom Interdependence .................................................................. 292
      Elizabeth Eschenbach
Session T3C - Programming Languages
   A Java-based Environment for Teaching Programming Language Concepts....................................................................... 296
       Manfred Hauswirth, Mehdi Jazayeri and Alexander Winzer
   Teaching History of Programming Languages to Undergraduate Students ......................................................................... 301
       Manuel Pérez-Quiñones
   The Flowchart Interpreter for Introductory Programming Courses .................................................................................... 307
       Thaddeus Crews, Jr. and Uta Ziegler
   DORITOS (Distributed Object-based Real-time InsTructional Operating System); A Complete Package
   for Teaching Principles and Practices of Real-time Operating System ................................................................................ 313
       Jae Oh and Daniel Mosse
Session T3D - Creativity and Innovation I
   Picturing Signals ............................................................................................................................................................... 314
      Robert Yantorno and Julie-Ann McFann
   Real and Virtual Workshops in Mathematics ...................................................................................................................... 319
      Guillermo León de la Barra, Mario León de la Barra and Ana Urbina
   Experiences with Undergraduate Honors Theses in the Computer engineering Program at Brown University..................... 322
      Sumit Ghosh
   The evolution of an Introductory Computer Engineering Course ........................................................................................ 328
      William Hudson and Donald Gruenbacher
Session T3E - Computing and Communications Curricula
   New Degree Program on Information Engineering Technology at the University of Cincinnati with Distance
   Education Component ....................................................................................................................................................... 330
      Vladimir Uskov, Ashraf Saad and Maria Uskova
   The Laboratory Environment of the URI Integrated Computer Engineering Design (ICED) Curriculum ............................. 331
      Augustus Uht and Ying Sun
   Telecommunications Engineering and Technology: The Final Two Years ........................................................................... 337
      Ladimer Nagurney
   A Model for a Computer Engineering Program.................................................................................................................. 338
      Murali Varanasi, N. Ranganathan and Peter Maurer
Session T3F - WWW Courses II
   Distance Learning - How to Include Laboratory Experiments over the Internet? ................................................................ 339
      S. Manian Ramkumar
   Web Based Global Technology Management Education ..................................................................................................... 340
      Roxanne Jacoby and Jean Mee
   A Virtual Classroom Via Dataconferencing: A Multi-Institutional Experience .................................................................... 342
      Shelli Starrett, Anil Pahwa, Kraig Olejniczak, Mareisa Crow and Scott Sudhoff
   An Adaptive System Identification Java Simulation for Internet Based Courseware............................................................. 348
      Anand Xavier and Andreas Spanias
Session T3G - International I
   The WPI Global Perspective Program: Preparing for Assessment and ABET 2000............................................................. 354
       Richard Vaz and Natalie Mello
   Writing Competative Proposals for International Exchange Programs ............................................................................... 360
       T.R. Phillips
   International, Multidisciplinary Design Education ............................................................................................................. 365
       J. Marchman III
   The International Engineering Program at the University of Rhode Island ......................................................................... 371
      John Grandin
Session T3H - Writing and Communication II
   Designing Effective Writing and Presentation Assignments for Freshman Engineering Students ......................................... 372
      Elisabeth Alford and David Rocheleau
   Improving Writing Skills Through An Upper-Division Course ............................................................................................ 378
      Hal Tharp
   Learning Through Inquiry: A Creative Pilot Program for Teaching Communications in a Learner-Centered
   Environment...................................................................................................................................................................... 379
      Leslie Crowley
   Performing a Literature Review ......................................................................................................................................... 380
      Lois Reed
Session T4A - Special Session: CD Accreditation Status
   Computer Science Accreditation: The Status of Criteria Modernization.............................................................................. 384
     Arthur Price, Della Bonnette, Lawrence Jones, Jr. and Kenneth Martin
Session T4B - Learning Tools
   Using Self-directed Work Group Concepts for Successful Classroom Group Experiences ................................................... 385
      Julie David and Carol Wellington
   BROCA: A Computer-Mediated Learning Tool for Teaching Scientific Reasoning and Writing........................................... 391
      Patricia Carlson
   Using Virtual Reality to Construct Knowledge ................................................................................................................... 392
      Steve Downey
   The Stanford University Electronic Learning Portofolios Project ....................................................................................... 393
      Richard Reis
   Using Hypermedia for Complex Technologies Education ................................................................................................... 394
      Maria Valdes, M. Moure, M. Valdes, L. Rodriguez and E. Mandado
Session T4C - Special Session: History in the Computing Curriculum
   Teaching History in Computing ......................................................................................................................................... 398
      John Impagliazzo, Gordon Davies, John Lee and Michael Williams
Session T4D - Capstone Innovations: Opening Session
   A Capstone Experience-Development of a Flexible Manufacturing System (FMS) using Smart Distributed
   Sensing System .................................................................................................................................................................. 399
       S. Manian Ramkumar
   Experimental Concepts in a Cross-Disciplinary Capstone Course for Mechanical Engineers.............................................. 405
       David Sawyers, Jr. and Clifford Mirman
   Manufacturing Across the Curriculum ............................................................................................................................... 411
       Charles Bartlett and Sunil Kumar
   Quantum Structure of Materials: A multi-faceted approach in teaching introductory solid state materials .......................... 412
       N. John DiNardo, M. Vallières, J. Vohs, W. Graham, R. Composto, F. Fontaine and T. Cumberbatch
   An Industry-Centered Capstone Experience for Aeronautical Management Technology Students at
    Arizona State University East............................................................................................................................................ 419
       Andrew Jackson
   Development of a Multidisciplinary Design Course via NASA’s Human-Powered Lunar Rover Design Competition ........... 425
       Christopher Pionke, David Irick, Shane Best, Katharine Ocker and Laura Ziegler
   Developing and Assessing Teamwork Skills in a Multi-disciplinary Course ........................................................................ 432
       Lueny de Ramírez, Jorge Vélez-Arocho, José Zayas-Castro and Miguel Torres
   A Cornerstone Course for Freshman Computer Science Students ....................................................................................... 447
       Philip Prins and Charles Burris Jr.
   Multidisciplinary Integration: A Decision Methodology and Procedure for Instruction....................................................... 450
       John Sutton and Robert Thompson
   Evolution of a Capstone Course: A Twenty-Year Perspective ............................................................................................. 456
       James Hales and Stanley Pisarski
   A Competition-Motivated, Interdisciplinary Design Experience.......................................................................................... 460
      James DeVault
   Senior Design Projects with Industry ................................................................................................................................. 466
      Craig Bergman
   A Comparison of Alternative Approaches to the Capstone Experience: Case Studies versus Collaborative Projects ............ 470
      William Neumann and Marvin Woodfill
Session T4E - Special Session: Building Your Own University
   Special Session: Building Your Own University.................................................................................................................. 475
      James Eifert
   Composing a New Electrical and Computer Engineering Program..................................................................................... 476
      John Schmalzel, Shreekanth Mandayam, R. Ramachandran, S. Chin and J. Tracey
Session T4F - Special Session: Distance Learning
   Using the Web to Support Distance Learning of Computer Science .................................................................................... 477
      Jacobo Carrasquel, Wanda Dann, Wendy Doube, Dennis Frailey, Chaya Gurwitz and David Sachs
   A Browser-based System to Support & Deliver DE............................................................................................................. 479
      Wendy Doube
   Implementing Novel Instructional Techniques Via the Web................................................................................................. 485
      Chaya Gurwitz
Session T4G - Retention
   Habitat for Humanity Freshman Design And Build Experience .......................................................................................... 488
       David Rocheleau
   A Successful Motivational Freshman Design Experience Using Attached Learning............................................................ 493
       Charles Yokomoto, Maher Rizkalla and Carol O’Loughlin
   Using a Roommate Preference Survey for Students Living on an Engineering Dorm Floor ................................................. 500
       Mary Anderson-Rowland
   Freshman Introductory Engineering Seminar Course: Coupled with Bridge Program Equals Academic
   Success and Retention ....................................................................................................................................................... 505
       Maria Reyes, Mary Anderson-Rowland and Mary McCartney
   Integrated Learning: Engineering Science, English, and Orientation.................................................................................. 511
       Rebecca Bennet, William Beston, Mary Dickson, John Gerty and Peter Ruggler
Session T4H - Writing and Communication III
   Learning Styles and Technical Communication: Improving Communication and Teamwork Skills ...................................... 512
      Julie Sharp
   Technical Writing Across the Curriculum: Process, Problems, and Progress...................................................................... 518
      Barbara Olds
   What About Ethics? ........................................................................................................................................................... 523
      Marilyn Dyrud
Session F1A - Special Session: Coalitions Lessons Learned in Assessment
   Assessment and Evaluation: Lessons Learned by Coalitions............................................................................................... 527
      Jack McGourty
Session F1B - EE Learning Tools
   An Analog Filter Design Software Package Using Mathematica......................................................................................... 528
      David Baez-Villegas and David Báez-López
   Digital Signal Processing for Electrical Engineering Technology Programs....................................................................... 533
      Massoud Moussavi
   A New Direction for Undergraduate Electromagnetics....................................................................................................... 535
      David Voltmer and Dion Garner
   GENESIS: An Educational Tool for Integrated Ciscuit system Generation.......................................................................... 540
      Guillermo Verdad and David Báez-López
   Multimedia Tutorial on Operational Amplifiers, Fundamentals, and Applications .............................................................. 541
      David Báez-López, Franz Sánchez and Guillermo Verdad
Session F1C - Software Engineering design
   Teaching Software Design and Testing .............................................................................................................................. 547
      David Carrington
   Using Robotics to Teach Software Engineering.................................................................................................................. 551
      David Gustafson
   An Interface Compositional Framework for Data Flow-Oriented Analysis and Design ....................................................... 554
      Mohammed Ghriga and Paul Kabore
   A Method for Teaching Software Engineering .................................................................................................................... 560
      N. Srinivas and George Smith
Session F1D - Focus on Capstone I
   A Capstone Experience-Development of a Flexible Manufacturing System (FMS) using Smart Distributed
   Sensing System .................................................................................................................................................................. 399
       S. Manian Ramkumar
   Experimental Concepts in a Cross-Disciplinary Capstone Course for Mechanical Engineers.............................................. 405
       David Sawyers, Jr. and Clifford Mirman
   A Cornerstone Course for Freshman Computer Science Students ....................................................................................... 447
       Philip Prins and Charles Burris Jr.
   Manufacturing Across the Curriculum ............................................................................................................................... 411
       Charles Bartlett and Sunil Kumar
   Quantum Structure of Materials: A multi-faceted approach in teaching introductory solid state materials .......................... 412
       N. John DiNardo, M. Vallières, J. Vohs, W. Graham, R. Composto, F. Fontaine and T. Cumberbatch
   An Industry-Centered Capstone Experience for Aeronautical Management Technology Students at Arizona
   State University East ......................................................................................................................................................... 419
       Andrew Jackson
   Development of a Multidisciplinary Design Course via NASA’s Human-Powered Lunar Rover Design Competition ........... 425
       Christopher Pionke, David Irick, Shane Best, Katharine Ocker and Laura Ziegler
Session F1E - First Year Curricula
   An Integrated First-year Engineering Curricula................................................................................................................. 561
       James Morgan and Robert Bolton
   An Integrated First-Year Engineering Curricula ................................................................................................................ 566
       Stan Napper, Jim Nelson, Bill Elmore, Jenna Carpenter and Bill Deese
   The Revised Core Curriculum for Engineering and Science Programs at the Colorado School of Mines ............................. 567
       Nigel Middleton
   Efficient Development and Implementation Of An Integrated First Year Engineering Curriculum....................................... 573
       Nick Pendergrass, Raymond Laoulache, John Dowd and Robert Kowalczyk
   Integrated Mathematics and Physical Science (IMPS): A New Approach for First Year Students at
    Dartmouth College ........................................................................................................................................................... 579
       Eric Hansen
Session F1F - WWW Tools II
   HWSAM: A Web-based Automated Homework Submission System ..................................................................................... 580
      Sam Hsu
   Mathematics and Equations on the WWW .......................................................................................................................... 583
      Marion Hagler
   A Web-Based Computer Assisted Statistical Software Learning Environment...................................................................... 587
      Bih-Yaw Shih and Wan-I Lee
   The Design, Development and Evolution of Web-Based Materials Featuring Computer-Animated Simulations ................... 588
      Sam Villareal, Clint Wynn, Dawn Eastwood and Behbood Zoghi
   Web-based Interactive Course Homepage Builder.............................................................................................................. 594
      Bijan Mobasseri and Xiaoqin Fei
Session F1G - International II
   The Internationalization of Undergraduate Programs: A Model Program Using Reciprocal Distance
   Education, Traditional Study Abroad Programs and International Internships ................................................................... 595
      Nancy Holland and Guillermo de Velasco
   Visualization and Interactive Experiment of Some Electromagnetic Problems Considering Cognitive
   Features of Chinese Students ............................................................................................................................................. 600
      Luo Yingli, Zhang Jianhua, Chen Xiqiang, Liu Xiaofang, Ma Bo, Liu Lianguang, Qu Henan and T. Yang
   A Comparison of the Learning Style and Creative Talents of Mexican and American Undergraduate
   Engineering Students......................................................................................................................................................... 605
      Joanne Ingham, R. Miriam Ponce Meza and Gary Price
   Improvement of Student Laboratories in Electrical and Computer Engineering .................................................................. 611
      H. Akiyama, T. Fujiyoshi, T. Fukusako, S. Katsuki, T. Kita, K. Ogata, M. Sasaki and H. Shimizu
   A New Type of Simulation System Combining Operation Training and Knowledge Training ............................................... 615
      Zhang Jianhua, Liu Lianguang, Luo Yingli, Zhou Qiong, Tao Hongzhu, Qu Henan and T. Yang
Session F1H - Learning Models I
   Electrical Design Automation: An Essential Part of a Computer Engineer’s Education ...................................................... 620
       Peter Maurer
   A New Metrics for Assessing Quality in Graduate Courses in Computer science & Engineering ......................................... 628
       Sumit Ghosh
   Virtual Classroom with the use of a Learning Module ........................................................................................................ 634
        Joseph Cataldo
   Experiments with Various Teaching Methodologies............................................................................................................ 635
       John Reis
   New Learning Models in Accelerated CIS Program............................................................................................................ 641
       Catherine Wyman and Nancy LaChance
Session F2A - Testing and Student Feedback
   Assessment of Engineering/Engineering Technology Students ............................................................................................ 642
      Eric McKell
   Using Active Student Feedback in the Learning Environment ............................................................................................. 643
      J. Chang, Melinda Piket-May and J. Avery
   The Wave Concepts Inventory - An Assessment Tool for Courses in Electromagnetic Engineering ...................................... 647
      Ronald Roedel, S. El-Ghazaly, Teri Rhoads and E. El-Sharawy
   Tough Assessor or Santa Claus: Rationalizing the Assessment Process............................................................................... 654
      Robert Brown
   College to Work Transitions: Students Draw Their Futures................................................................................................ 657
      Lisa Lancor and Barbara Karanian
Session F2B - Learning technologies II
   How Articulate Virtual Labs can Help in Thermodynamics Education: A Multiple Case Study............................................ 663
      Julie Baher
   Fundamentals of Manufacturing - MultiMedia Modules for Contextual Learning ............................................................... 669
      Charles Weinberger and Raj Mutharasan
   Motor Workshop: The Role of Interactivity in Promoting Learning..................................................................................... 672
      Derek Reamon and Sheri Sheppard
   Problems Encountered when Substituting the Traditional Drawing Tool for CAD Systems in Engineering
   Graphics Courses.............................................................................................................................................................. 677
      Raul Herrera
Session F2C - Special session: Software Engineering as a Profession
   The Current Status of the Joint IEEE-CS and ACM Task Force for Software Engineering Curriculum ................................ 678
      Laurie Werth, Dennis Frailey, Gerald Engel and Robert Dupuis
Session F2D - DSP Applications
   Considerations of Computer Based Education in Acoustics and Signal Processing ............................................................. 679
      Martti Rahkila and Matti Karjalainen
   Course On DSP Design Using MATLAB ............................................................................................................................ 685
      Marcelo Joaquim, Joseph Pereira and Vilma de Oliveira
   Using the ADSP-21061 SHARC EZ-KIT in Undergraduate DSP Oriented Courses............................................................. 691
      Carl Wick and George Piper
   Crystal Radios or DSP First? ............................................................................................................................................ 695
      Mark Yoder, James McClellan and Ronald Schafer
Session F2E - Special Session: Coalition Lessons Learned: Mechanical Dissection
   A Hands-on Discussion of “Dissection”: Coalitions Lessons Learned ................................................................................ 700
      Alice Agogino
Session F2F - Virtual University
   CoVE, Jersey, MUM - Can Virtual Environments be the Next Step? ................................................................................... 701
       Ivan Tomek and Rick Giles
   Virtual Universities: Are Dual Mode Universities the Solution? ......................................................................................... 705
       Gordon Davies and Elizabeth Stacey
   The Virtual Learning Environment System ......................................................................................................................... 711
       Anup Kumar, Raj Pakala, R. Ragade and J. Wong
   Yet Another Virtual Classroom over the Internet ................................................................................................................ 717
       Sam Hsu, Abhi Pandya and Rajesh Patel
Session F2G - International III
   The University-Industry Gap and its Effect on Research and Development in Developing Countries ................................... 722
      A. Zaky and M. El-Faham
   RUNESTONE, an International Student Collaboration Project .......................................................................................... 727
      Mats Daniels, Marian Petre, Vicki Almstrum, Lars Asplund, Christina Björkman, Carl Erickson, Bruce Klein and Mary
   Last
   Educational Revolution in Norway II ................................................................................................................................. 733
      Trond Clausen
   Innovations in Bulgarian Higher Education in Electronics through Development of a Simulation-Based,
   Project Driven Learning Environment ............................................................................................................................... 737
      Elena Shoikova and Slavka Tzanova
   Towards the International Engineer Manager.................................................................................................................... 742
      Hans Guendner, Malcom Allan and Bryan Temple
Session F2H - Learning Models II
   A Perspective from Industry on Characteristics of Life Long Learning ............................................................................... 743
      Val Hawks
   Teaching in Realtime Wireless Classrooms ........................................................................................................................ 748
      James Griffioen, W. Brent Seales and James Lumpp Jr.
   Bringing Real-World Case Studies into Manufacturing Engineering Curriculum ................................................................ 754
      Nizar Al-Holou and Faroog Ibrahim
   Distance Education Systems for English Learning on the Internet ...................................................................................... 760
      Phanwoo Park and Katsuhiko Shirai
   An Industry Needs Driven Degree in Manufacturing Engineering....................................................................................... 766
      William Peterson
Session F3A - Assessment Tools
   Using Intelligent Computer Technology to Measure the Intellectual Development of Engineering Students ......................... 767
      Ronald Miller, Barbara Olds and Michael Pavelich
   Assessing Computer Proficiency ........................................................................................................................................ 772
      Lorraine Parker
   Goals, Objectives, & Performance Criteria: A Useful Assessment Tool for Students and Teachers...................................... 773
      Sarah Duerden and Jeanne Garland
   Detailed Assessment of Engineering Curricula................................................................................................................... 778
      Robert Johnson and Edward Wheeler
Session F3B - Active Cooperative Learning II
   Comparison of Teaching Styles in Chemical Engineering................................................................................................... 783
     A. Kititke Johnson and Stephen Beaudoin
  Design and Development of a Peer Evaluation Instrument for “Student Learning Teams”.................................................. 784
     Robert Martinazzi
  Ten Myths of Cooperative Learning in Engineering Education ........................................................................................... 790
     Doug Jacobson, James Davis and Barb Licklider
  See One, Do One, Teach One… Two Faculty Member’s Path through Student-centered Learning....................................... 795
     Doug Jacobson, James Davis and Barb Licklider
Session F3C - Software Curriculum
  Teaching Software Engineering Early - Experiences and Results........................................................................................ 800
     Renée McCauley and Ursula Jackson
  An Undergraduate Software Engineering Program…Within Electrical Engineering ........................................................... 805
     Stephen Frezza
  RIT’s B.S. Program in Software Engineering: Initial Experiences ...................................................................................... 806
     Michael Lutz
  A Software Engineering Curriculum Incorporating an Operational Formal Method ........................................................... 807
     Ann Sobel
  An Inter-Disciplinary Software Engineering Track Emphasizing Component Engineering .................................................. 811
     David Cordes, Allen Parrish, Brandon Dixon, Richard Borie, Jeff Jackson, David Hale, Joanne Hale and Shane Sharpe
Session F3D - Focus on Capstone II
  Developing and Assessing Teamwork Skills in a Multi-disciplinary Course ........................................................................ 432
     Lueny de Ramírez, Jorge Vélez-Arocho, José Zayas-Castro and Miguel Torres
  Multidisciplinary Integration: A Decision Methodology and Procedure for Instruction....................................................... 450
     John Sutton and Robert Thompson
  Evolution of a Capstone Course: A Twenty-Year Perspective ............................................................................................. 456
     James Hales and Stanley Pisarski
  A Competition-Motivated, Interdisciplinary Design Experience.......................................................................................... 460
     James DeVault
  Senior Design Projects with Industry ................................................................................................................................. 466
     Craig Bergman
  A Comparison of Alternative Approaches to the Capstone Experience: Case Studies versus Collaborative Projects ............ 470
     William Neumann and Marvin Woodfill
Session F3E - Non-Traditional Approaches II
  The Engage Program: Renovating the First Year Experience at the University of Tennessee............................................... 814
     Fred Gilliam, P. Gary Klukken, J. Roger Parsons, Christopher Pionke, Tom Scott, J. Elaine Seat, Fred Symonds, Fred
  Weber and Daniel Yoder
  An Integrated Freshman Engineering Curriculum for Pre-calculus Students ...................................................................... 820
     Matthew Whiteacre and César Malavé
  A Concept Oriented Freshman Introductory Course Utilizing Multimedia Presentations and Group
  Laboratory Experience ...................................................................................................................................................... 824
     Sally Wood
  Auburn University Integrated Pre-engineering Curriculum (IPEC): A Half-time Report ..................................................... 830
     T. Shumpert and P. Zenor
  An Applications-oriented Freshman-level Electrical Circuits Course.................................................................................. 831
     David Scott and Jerry Hatfield
Session F3F - WWW Courses III
  Computer Based training Telecommunications Courseware ............................................................................................... 836
     Michael Khader
  Multimedia Collaborative Content Creation - the MSU LectureOnline System.................................................................... 841
     Gerd Kortemeyer and Wolfgang Bauer
  Do We Have To Come To Class? Experiences Teaching a Web-Assisted Microprocessor system Interfacing Course........... 847
     Russel Meier
  Wood and Masonry on the Web: A Civil Engineering Design Course Goes Virtual ............................................................. 851
     Debra Larson
Session F3G - Special session: Deans’ Issues
Session F3H - Learning Models III
   Using Learning Contracts for Improved Teaching and Student Involvement ....................................................................... 852
      Ron Goodnight, Gary Randolph and Tom Ziekel
   A Review of Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman: Implications for Technical Education .......................................... 855
      Dick Culver
   On Chunks and All That: Concept Learning in Engineering Education. Toward Quality in Teaching.................................. 861
      John Heywood
   Improving Learning as a EC 2000 Process ........................................................................................................................ 865
      Jeffrey Froyd
   Course Portfolios: A Systematic Mechanism to Document Teaching and Learning ............................................................. 866
      Jodi Reeves, Kevin Hugo, Robert Heussner, Ahmed Hala, Bulent Sarlioglu, Steve Bialek and Sandra Courter
Session F4A - Special Session: ABET 2000
   ABET EC2000 Visits: Preparation, Implementation, and Impact ........................................................................................ 870
       Edwin Jones, Jr.
   Preparing Engineering Programs Under ABET EC200 Criteria: Recommendations for Institutions ................................... 871
       Karan Watson, Patricia Daniels and Sherra Kerns
   A Student’s View of the ABET 2000 Criteria ...................................................................................................................... 872
       David Peters
   Implementation of Outcomes Assessment in a Large Engineering Program ........................................................................ 876
       Joseph Hughes and William Sayle
   Evaluating Engineering Programs Under ABET EC2000 Criteria: A Perspective from ABET Program Visitors ................. 877
       Patricia Daniels, Sherra Kerns and Karan Watson
   Our Experience Developing CQI Procedures for ABET2000 Accreditation......................................................................... 878
       Richard Enbody
   Information-based Engineering Design and the ABET 2000 ............................................................................................... 884
       Guangming Zhang
Session F4B - Learning Technologies III
   Interconnected Learning in construction Education............................................................................................................ 890
       Amitabha Bandyopadhyay
   Modern Tools and Methods in Undergraduate Astronautics Education............................................................................... 891
       Ronald Madler
   Development of Personal-Computer-Based Instructional Aids for Introductory Technology Courses:
   Initial Accomplishments..................................................................................................................................................... 892
       Howard Smolleck
   Stimulating Introductory Engineering Courses with Java ................................................................................................... 897
       Ronald Danielson and Sally Wood
   A Teaching Environment for the Development of Parallel Real-Time Programs.................................................................. 903
       Célio Morón, José Ribeiro and Nilton da Silva
Session F4C - Special Session: Guidelines for Software Education
   Guidelines for Software Education: Meeting the Needs of the 21st Century ........................................................................ 909
      Donald Bagert, Thomas Hilburn, Gregory Hislop and Susan Mengel
   The Challenge of Curriculum Modeling for an Emerging Discipline: Software Engineering ............................................... 910
      Donald Bagert
   Guidelines Proposal for Undergraduate Software Engineering Education.......................................................................... 916
      Susan Mengel
Session F4D - Integrated Design Experiences
   Integrated Design - The Scenario-Based Four Year Experience.......................................................................................... 920
       Norman Dennis, Jr., Mark Gross, Kevin Hall, John Schemmel and David Knowles
   An Integrated Upper Division Course in Electronic Materials and Electromagnetic Engineering –
   “Wave Phenomena for Electrical Engineers” .................................................................................................................... 921
       Ronald Roedel, S. El-Ghazaly and J. Aberle
  A Report on Integrating Design Projects in Mechanical Engineering ................................................................................. 927
     Richard Layton and Samuel Owusu-Ofori
  The Integrated Teaching and Learning Lab........................................................................................................................ 932
     J. Avery, J. Chang, Melinda Piket-May, J. Sullivan, L. Carlson and S. Davis
  An Integrated Approach for Electrical Engineering Laboratories....................................................................................... 937
     John Hung and Stuart Wentworth
Session F4E - Integrated Learning environments
  Instructional Technology for Cross-Disciplinary Learning ................................................................................................. 943
      Thaddeus Crews, Jr.
  Communications Track for Systems Engineering Majors .................................................................................................... 949
      Svetlana Avramov-Zamurovic, Carl Wick and Terry Dwan
  Progress with B.A. in Engineering (ELITE) at the University of Arizona............................................................................. 953
      Suvrajeet Sen, Jeff Goldberg, Julia Higle and Russ Ferrell
  What’s New in Curriculum Design: Working with Industry ................................................................................................ 954
      Doris Lidtke
Session F4F - Hands on the Premiere Software
Session F4G - Open Forum: International Issues
Session F4H - Learning Models IV
  A Design Based Introduction to Electrical Engineering...................................................................................................... 955
      G. Paskusz
  Block Diagram in Undergraduate Engineering Courses Other Than Control Systems......................................................... 958
      Laszlo Hideg
  Mathematical Modeling In Engineering Education............................................................................................................. 963
      Massoud Moussavi
  Teaching Circuit Analysis in the Studio Format: A Comparison with Conventional Instruction........................................... 967
      A. Carlson, W. Jennings and P. Schoch
  Interdisciplinary Curriculum Development in Electronics Packaging Using course Segmentation....................................... 971
      Martin Becker, J. Holmes and L. Meekisho
Session S1A - Evaluation and Outcome Assessment
  Views about Writing Survey - A New Writing Attitudinal Survey Applied to Engineering Students....................................... 973
     Teri Rhoads, Sarah Duerden and Jeanne Garland
  Student Self-Assessment in Upper Level Engineering Courses ............................................................................................ 980
     Diane Rover and P. David Fisher
  Measuring the Success of Virtual Tutoring......................................................................................................................... 987
     Avi Wiezel
  An Undergraduate Curriculum Evaluation with the Analytic Hierarchy Process................................................................. 992
     Les Frair, Jessica Matson and Jack Matson
  Assessing the Effectiveness of Integrated Freshman Curricula in Engineering .................................................................... 998
     Susan Haag and Teri Rhoads
Session S1B - Learning Technologies IV
  Improving Engineering Communication through the Long-distance Classroom .................................................................. 999
     Marian Barchilon and Robert Baren
  A New Approach for Continuing Engineering Education on Information and Communication
  Technology in Flanders ................................................................................................................................................... 1003
     Wim Van Petegem and Georges Van der Perre
  On-line Team Project Communication Tool Set................................................................................................................ 1004
     Halvard Nystrom and Diego Risco
  Experience Developing Wireless Networks for Interactive Multimedia Instruction ............................................................ 1005
     James Griffioen, W. Brent Seales, James Lumpp Jr. and Tom Kay
Session S1C - Software Engineering Labs
  Emphasizing Software Quality in Undergraduate Programming Laboratories .................................................................. 1011
    David Gustafson and Matt Dwyer
   Implementation Issues for CS Majors and Non-Majors in a Senior CS Capstone Sequence ............................................... 1012
      Andrew Hamilton and Anthony Ruocco
   An Integrated Software Engineering Workshops Program ................................................................................................ 1016
      María Feldgen and Osvaldo Clua
   The Draw-Bot: A Project for Teaching Software Engineering .......................................................................................... 1022
      Martin Mohrenschildt and Dennis Peters
Session S1D - Creativity and Innovation II
   Teamed Courses: Two Case Studies................................................................................................................................. 1028
       Michael Bowman, Elaine Cooney and Kenneth Reid
   A Broad-Based, Privately-Funded Program To Enhance Engineering Education.............................................................. 1033
       A. Wayne Bennett and William Smyer
   Stimulating Creativity: Teaching Engineers to Be Innovators ........................................................................................... 1034
       Larry Richards
   Improving the Effectiveness of Undergraduate Teaching by Integrating a Historical Perspective...................................... 1040
       M. Morcos and D. Soldan
   Summer Program to Enhance Engineering Concepts Through Collaboration ................................................................... 1041
       M. Catharine Hudspeth, John Biddle, Vladimir Glozman and Osbaldo Castellanos
Session S1E - Non-Traditional Approaches III
   An Accelerated Associates Degree Program in Electronics Technology: A Case Study ..................................................... 1046
      Peter Schuyer and Doug Sherman
   Flexible Post-Calculus Engineering Mathematics Electives.............................................................................................. 1047
      M. Maron, P. Ralston and L. Tyler
   Problem-Solving Tools for Engineering Students.............................................................................................................. 1050
      Bruce Dewey
   Developing Freshman-Year Experience in Electrical Engineering: Primary Functions and Possible Features .................. 1056
      Mahmood Nahvi
   An Integrated, Project-Based, Spiral Curriculum for the First Year of Chemical Engineering........................................... 1062
      William Clark, David DiBiasio and Anthony Dixon
Session S1F - Introducing Design into the Laboratory
   Design of a Low Cost Trainer for Flow Control ............................................................................................................... 1063
      James Rehg
   Design in an Undergraduate Controls Laboratory ........................................................................................................... 1068
      Milton Cone
   Laboratory for Telecommunications Software Technologies at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and
   Computing at Zagreb....................................................................................................................................................... 1073
      Marijan Kunstic, Miljenko Mikuc and Oliver Jukic
   Teaching Undergraduate Computer Science and Engineering Students Techniques for the Design and
   Analysis of Real-Time Applications.................................................................................................................................. 1079
      Matt Mutka and Aleksandar Bakic
   COMNET III: A Network Simulation Laboratory Environment For A Course In Communications Networks ..................... 1085
      Sanjay Ahuja
Session S1G - Special Session: Sloan Career Cornerstone Project
   The Sloan Career Cornerstone Project: Multimedia Career Education for Undergraduates in Engineering,
   Math, and Science ........................................................................................................................................................... 1089
      David Green, Kenneth Laker and Peter Wiesner
Session S2A - Open forum: Accreditation Issues
Session S2B - EE Software Applications
   VISCP: A Virtual Instrumentation and CAD Tool for Electronic Engineering Learning .................................................... 1095
      L. Rodriguez Pardo, M. Moure, M. Vallières and E. Mandado
   New Software for Learner-Centered Circuits Instruction.................................................................................................. 1100
      Michael Ciletti
   The Use and Misuse of Circuit Simulation in Electronics Courses .................................................................................... 1101
     Jennifer Ross
  Active Learning using Inexpensive Sound Cards for Circuits and Communications Experiments....................................... 1102
     David Mehrl and Marion Hagler
Session S2C - Software Applications for Computer Science
  Teaching Computer Architecture/Organization Using Simulators..................................................................................... 1107
     Herbert Grünbacher
  Laboratories for Data Communications and Computer Networks ..................................................................................... 1113
     Rohit Goyal, Steve Lai, Raj Jain and Arian Durresi
  An Extended Model for Interactive Learning systems ....................................................................................................... 1119
     Marco Scherer
  An Electronic Student Observatory .................................................................................................................................. 1120
     Peter Thomas, Malcolm Macgregor and Michael Martin
Session S2D - Special session: Coalitions Lessons Learned in Freshman Design
  Freshman Design Projects: Lessons Learned in Engineering Coalitions........................................................................... 1121
     Dhushy Sathianathan, Sheri Sheppard, Roland Jenison, Nihat Bilgutay, John Demel, Prasad Gavankar, Jeff Lockledge, Raj
  Mutharasan, Howard Phillips, Corrado Poli and Thomas Richardson
Session S2E - Undergraduate Research Experiences
  Faculty Mentoring and Failure Case Studies in Civil Engineering Education ................................................................... 1122
      Norbert Delatte
  Effective Research Experience of Electrical Engineering Technology Students ................................................................. 1123
      Shamala Chickamenahalli, Clashow Barker and Abdul Khodor
  Genesis of an Undergraduate Research Experience ......................................................................................................... 1127
      Ronald Madler
  Innovative Research and Laboratory Experiences for Undergraduate Students................................................................. 1128
      Kathleen Kitto
  Meeting the Challenge of Expanding Participation in the Undergraduate Research Experience........................................ 1133
      Ann Gates, Patricia Teller, Andrew Bernat, Nelly Delgado and Connie Della-Piana
Session S2F - Laboratory Development and Usage
  Animating Programs and Students in the Laboratory ....................................................................................................... 1139
     James Korsh and Raghvinder Sangwan
  Experiences with a Laboratory-Intensive Curriculum in Electrical Engineering ............................................................... 1145
     T. Martin and W. Brown
  Product Development and Manufacturing Center at Oakland University .......................................................................... 1149
     Patrick Dessert
  An Integrated Junior-Year Laboratory Based on an Autonomous Mobile Robot Platform ................................................. 1154
     John Hung
Session S2G - Special session: Industry - Industry - Government Roundtable
  Industry University Government Roundtable for Enhancing Engineering Education ......................................................... 1160
     Ted Okiishi
Session S2H - K-12 Interactions
  Project Lead the Way - A Model Program for Initiating, Funding and Maintaining a Successful
  Pre-Engineering Program in the Nation’s High Schools.................................................................................................. 1161
     Gary Adelson and Richard Blais
  A Model to Promote the Study of Engineering through a Capstone Course for Pre Service Secondary
  Science and Mathematics Teachers................................................................................................................................. 1166
     M. Robinson and M. Sami Fadali
  A Computer-Based Learning Environment for Teaching High-School Students Feedback Control through Design............ 1172
     Joyce Ma
  A Contemporary Science and Engineering Education Program for 8 th and 9 th Grade Students ...................................... 1173
     Sohail Anwar
  ASL and ES Delivering a Complete 2-Yr Engineering Science Curriculum in Asynchronous Mode ................................... 1178
     William Beston
Session S3B - Active Cooperative Learning III
   Cooperative Learning: Introduced in Three Different Levels of Electrical Engineering Courses at a
   Military Institution .......................................................................................................................................................... 1179
      Ellen Wooten
   Project-Based Learning Practices in Computer Science Education................................................................................... 1185
      Sally Fincher and Marian Petre
   Microelectronics - An Introduction to Formal Cooperative Learning................................................................................ 1192
      Benjamin Flores and Connie Della-Piana
   Cooperative and Collaborative Learning in University Aviation Education ...................................................................... 1193
      Merrill Karp
   Group Discussion Techniques in a Technical Course ....................................................................................................... 1199
      Glenn Blackwell
Session S3C - Computer Science Education
   Integrating Computing Science Undergraduate Education ............................................................................................... 1202
       Richard Paweska
   An Integrated Computer Architecture Experience ............................................................................................................ 1208
       Eric Johnson and P. Douglas Tougaw
   Providing for Practice in Computer Science I .................................................................................................................. 1212
       Amruth Kumar
   Using Verilog LOGISCOPE to Analyze Student Programs ............................................................................................... 1213
       Susan Mengel and Joseph Ulans
Session S3D - Innovative Approaches to Design
   Student Selected Microcontroller and Digital Design Projects.......................................................................................... 1219
      Maurice Aburdene
   CPLD-Oriented Design Projects for the First Course in Digital Systems .......................................................................... 1220
      David Ahlgren
   Nondestructive Evaluation of Aircraft Skin: Product Design and Development in the Sophomore
   Engineering Clinic .......................................................................................................................................................... 1224
      Shreekanth Mandayam, Anthony Marchese and John Schmalzel
   American Electric Power’s Project Probe - Enhancing Power Engineering Education through
   Industrial-Academic Cooperation .................................................................................................................................... 1230
      David Bayless and Richard Pawliger
Session S3E - Non-traditional Approaches IV
   A Novel Approach for Teaching Statics............................................................................................................................ 1236
       Mark Palmer, Eric Sandgren, Robert Heinz, Anil Chatterji and Thomas Haas
   A Design Project Based Approach to Teaching Automatic Control Theory to Mechanical Engineers ................................ 1242
       Jeffrey Newcomer
   A New Framework for Engineering Science Education..................................................................................................... 1246
       Donald Richards
   Transition of An Innovative Teaching Approach Between Two Institutions ....................................................................... 1247
       R. Pieri
   Information Engineering Across the Professions, A New Course for Students Outside EE................................................. 1248
       John Orr and David Cyganski
Session S3F - DSP Laboratories
   Design Experiences in Digital Signal Processing Laboratories ........................................................................................ 1254
      Julie Dickerson
   MATLAB Based Image Processing Lab Experiments ........................................................................................................ 1255
      Carlos Zuria, Juan Ramírez, David Báez-López and G. Espinosa Flores-Verdad
   Analog and Digital Filter Design using MATLAB ............................................................................................................ 1259
      David Báez-López and Tomas Escalante
Session S3G - Special Session: Lifelong Learning for Engineers
   Training is Part of Your Job ............................................................................................................................................ 1260
       Steve Prough
   JACME2T: An Industry - Academic Consortia to Enhance Continuing Engineering Education......................................... 1261
       Charles Elliott
   Lifelong Learning and The Virtual Campus -A Proposal for Asynchronous Learning........................................................ 1262
       Rod Ibieta
   Teaching New Software Skills and Business Processes to Q&R Engineers ........................................................................ 1267
       John Samota
   Becoming the Total Quality Manager (TQM) ................................................................................................................... 1268
       Jack Re Velle127
Session S3H - K-12 II
   A Web-Based C++ Course Project .................................................................................................................................. 1272
      Robert Cook
   The Pre-College Engineering Program at the University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez: Methods and Assessment.................. 1274
      Gerson Beauchamp-Báez, José Cruz-Rivera and W. Lugo-Beauchamp
   Service-Learning’s Effect On Engineering Students And K-12 Teacher Partnership In An “Introduction to
   Mechanical Engineering” Course.................................................................................................................................... 1279
      Edmund Tsang and E. Jean Newman
   Technological Literacy Counts: Outcomes of a Workshop to Enhance Technological Literacy of K-12 Students................ 1283
      Chalmers Sechrist, Constantine Anagnostopoulos, Peter Lewis and Barbara Coburn
Session S4A - New faculty Fellows: Views of the Frontiers
Session S4B - ME Software Applications
   Understanding Calculations Through Experiments With Functions .................................................................................. 1284
      Jerzy Piotrowski
   Innovative Equation Management Techniques for Implementation in Kinematics and Dynamics Courses.......................... 1285
      Carla Egelhoff, D. Blackketter and J. Glumbik
   Basic Machine design Software........................................................................................................................................ 1291
      Ratan Kumar
Session S4C - Software Engineering Process Issues
   Process and Product in a Software Engineering Course: Simulating the Real World ........................................................ 1292
       Pearl Brazier
   Integrating Process Improvement Practices into an Undergraduate Software Engineering Course ................................... 1298
       James Collofello
   The Acquisition of Expertise in Software Engineering Education...................................................................................... 1302
       Judith Sims-Knight and Richard Upchurch
   Instilling a Defect Prevention Philosophy ........................................................................................................................ 1308
       Laurie Williams
Session S4D - Design by the Year
   Simulating Corporate Project Engineering for Freshmen ................................................................................................. 1313
       Eric Wang, Richard Wirtz and Miles Greiner
   Mentoring Freshmen Through Design.............................................................................................................................. 1319
       Michael Pavelich and Robert Knecht
   Assessing the Impact of Changing a “Senior” Design Course From Two To Three Semesters........................................... 1323
       Thomas Schultz
   Integrating Writing and Critical thinking in a Freshman Design course ........................................................................... 1324
       Stuart Kellogg, Jon Kellar and Michael McDonald
Session S4E - Non-Traditional Approaches V
   Sharing Innovation: The NSF Foundation Coalition......................................................................................................... 1325
      Karen Frair and David Cordes
   Quantitative Ethics Problem Examples ............................................................................................................................ 1326
      John Pearce
   Towards a Global Improvement of Engineering Maths Teaching...................................................................................... 1327
      Mario León de la Barra, Guillermo León de la Barra, Ana Urbina and Bernardo León de la Barra
   Sound and Music at the University of Hartford................................................................................................................. 1332
      Alan Hadad
Session S4F - Special Session: Computer Science Laboratories
   Now for the Laboratory Experience! The View From Four Different Undergraduate Computer Science Curricula............ 1337
     Jane Prey, Douglas Baldwin, Margaret Reek and Jeffrey Popyack
Session S4G - Special Session: Semiconductor manufacturing
   An Overview of Curriculum Module Development in Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology...................................... 1339
      Lyn Mowafy
   Vacuum systems Laboratory Development ....................................................................................................................... 1343
      David Hata
   A Laboratory Approach to Semiconductor Process Technology........................................................................................ 1347
      Mary Willis
   A Laboratory Approach to RF Power Technology for Semiconductor Manufacturing ....................................................... 1352
      Randy Smith
Session S4H - K-12 III
   The Development and Employment of Formative Evaluation Instruments to Enhance Students’ Opportunity
   to Learn .......................................................................................................................................................................... 1355
       Kevin Blot, Gabriel Della-Piana and Wyona Turner
   Development of Statewide Engineering Head Start Program ............................................................................................ 1361
       Hugh Bruck, David Rocheleau and Craig Rogers
   Toying With Technology in Elementary Education ........................................................................................................... 1365
       Lawrence Genalo, Charles Wright and Kara Wright

				
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