Facilitating Hybrid and Flipped Classes in ECpE via a Library of Cross-cutting Learning Modules

Project Leader: George Amariucai, Electrical and Computer Engineering (pictured)
Collaborators: N/A
Courses Impacted: CPRE: 185, 288, 308, 309, 310, 483, 488, 489, 530, 531, 533, 536, 566; EE: 201, 224, 321, 324, 332, 414, 418, 422, 432, 442, 448, 507, 514, 520, 532
Annual Enrollment: 2390
Estimated Completion: Fall 2015

This proposed project will oversee the development and maintenance of a database of crosscutting learning modules covering core concepts from electrical and computer engineering (ECpE). The database will enhance the ECpE program quality, will promote an online education component in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and will set the foundation for future flipped and hybrid course development. The project will directly and immediately impact multiple courses, and will establish a strategic piece of infrastructure suitable for addressing multiple educational challenges, from different learning styles and knowledge gaps to the sustainability of the program quality in the face of increased enrollment.