American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference Proceedings
2005 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition, Portland, Oregon, June 12-15, 2005
This paper describes the use of an Analytic Strategy Approach used in the development of a Virtual Automation and Controls Lab in the Mechanical Engineering Technology Program of the Engineering Technology Department at Old Dominion University. This paper looks at the three phases, as applied to the development of a virtual lab using an analytic strategy design:
(1) Formulation of the quantitative and qualitative approach to assist in decision process,
(2) Quantitative and qualitative analysis of the decision alternatives - within the decision context,
(3) Interpretation of the analysis results and implications for decision.
Original Publication Citation
Dean, A. W., Considine, C. L., & Crossman, G. R. (2005). Lessons learned and best practices for using an analytic strategy approach for the creation of virtual laboratories for distance learning in engineering technology. Paper presented at the 2005 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition, Portland, Oregon.
Dean, Anthony W.; Considine, Carol L.; and Crossman, Gary R., "Lessons Learned and Best Practices for Using an Analytic Strategy Approach for the Creation of Virtual Laboratories for Distance Learning in Engineering Technology" (2005). Engineering Technology Faculty Publications. 104.