Remote Instruction

Designing Remote Labs in Outcome based Education using Digital Twin and Metaverse

Engineering programs running in major universities of the world found it difficult to perform experiments online during the Covid-19 outbreak. The theory portion of most programs was conducted online [1]. However, for lab sessions, no alternative was found. The students were asked to physically appear in labs in smaller groups [...]

IBM Research and the Global University Programs department university support resources

For decades major technology companies have supported university education. This started with hardware donations for research and classrooms, and now, with a more software oriented society, this has grown to offer schools access to important technologies such as Hybrid Cloud, AI, applications, and education for faculty in leading-edge computer applications. [...]

By |2022-02-02T11:22:32-05:00December 2nd, 2021|Remote Instruction|

Case Study – Teams and Engineering Courses: Supporting Their Success

It’s no secret that teams are an integral part of undergraduate engineering courses. In my last two decades of teaching engineering and technical communication courses, I’ve been asked to help in many engineering courses where student groups were struggling. I’m going to be plainspoken: engineering students struggle (and hate) working [...]

By |2021-05-14T11:15:34-04:00May 5th, 2021|Remote Instruction|

Unfolding the Educational Digital Divide

Abstract: The digital divide was once understood as a generational divide created by the challenges of integration of digital technology into daily life. As computers are becoming the basis for many educational practices, it unfolds itself as a possible educational problem, as students without access to hardware and an internet [...]