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Curriculum Innovation Through the Integration of Manufacturing Related Automation Standards

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With the development of global economy, standards are playing an increasingly important role in manufacturing, business, public bodies, and other organizations. However, standards education is not a priority issue among the schools in the US. The aim of this study is to create sustainable learning modules, that can be integrated into engineering curriculum, to strengthen education about engineering standards. A manufacturing automation course will be used as the pilot course. Anonymous surveys will be used to judge the students on their mastering levels of standard’s knowledge and ability to solve problems using standards.

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Jan 25th, 8:30 AM Jan 25th, 10:00 AM

Curriculum Innovation Through the Integration of Manufacturing Related Automation Standards

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With the development of global economy, standards are playing an increasingly important role in manufacturing, business, public bodies, and other organizations. However, standards education is not a priority issue among the schools in the US. The aim of this study is to create sustainable learning modules, that can be integrated into engineering curriculum, to strengthen education about engineering standards. A manufacturing automation course will be used as the pilot course. Anonymous surveys will be used to judge the students on their mastering levels of standard’s knowledge and ability to solve problems using standards.