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    Title: Developing an engineering course for fostering future-oriented interdisciplinary team design skills.
    Authors: Mei-Di Chen;Shih-Yao Lai;Mei-Mei Song;Shang-Hsien Hsieh
    Keywords: Interdisciplinary Course Development;Futures Thinking;Engineering Education
    Date: 2014-08-22
    Issue Date: 2016-08-18 13:35:42 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The rapid advancement of technology and changes in society in recent decades have made future
    engineering challenges harder to predict than ever. On the other hand, some elements crucial to cultivating
    problem-solving abilities targeting future issues can be readily identified: teamwork, innovation across multiple
    disciplines, future-oriented thinking, and creativity. Therefore, it is necessary to help civil engineering students
    develop these abilities. This paper reports an ongoing effort in the Department of Civil Engineering at National
    Taiwan University (NTU) on developing a course that intends to foster future-oriented team design power among
    students with a variety of expertise. Professors and experts from the fields of civil engineering, architecture,
    mechanical engineering, futures studies, and education are invited to co-teach and help develop the course
    contents. A student-centered, project-based approach is employed for students to learn in teams, with a team
    project theme of how to make the NTU campus more sustainable through Building Information
    Modeling-enabled design.
    Relation: Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Design in Civil and Environmental Engineering
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