2014 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition
2014 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Indianapolis, Indiana, June 15-18, 2014
This paper describes the author’s experiences in multi-mode (face-to-face and online) delivery of an introductory-level course on the topic of Naval Architecture geared towards anaudience of engineering and engineering technology undergraduate students with no previousmaritime background. The goal of this course is to expose talented undergraduate engineering students to the marine industry and to prepare those interested in pursing a career in this field with an introductory understanding of the complex nature of designing and building ships and other marine vessels. This course was offered in Spring 2013 and Fall 2013 to a group of engineering and engineering technology students. The course was offered as hybrid course with students enrolled both as on-campus and distance-learning students.The paper touches on experiences and feedback from the instructor and students related tolectures, labs, assignments, project-based learning and site-visits.
Original Publication Citation
Michaeli, J. G. (2014). Lessons in on-campus and distance learning delivery of an introductory naval architecture course. Paper presented at the 2014 ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Indianapolis, Indiana.
Michaeli, Jennifer G., "Lessons in On-Campus and Distance Learning Delivery of an Introductory Naval Architecture Course" (2014). Engineering Technology Faculty Publications. 91.