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    Title: Development of an interdisciplinary participatory design course with futures thinking for engineering students.
    Authors: Chen, M. D.;Lai, S. Y.;Song, M. M.;Hsieh, S. H.
    Keywords: Interdisciplinary course development;Participatory design;Engineering Education
    Date: 20151030~20151031
    Issue Date: 2016-08-18 13:35:48 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: In the future, engineers are expected to have innovative thinking and abilities of
    interdisciplinary and integration. Therefore, we combined three courses from Department of
    Civil Engineering, Graduate Institute of Building and Planning and Department of Mechanical
    Engineering at National Taiwan University (NTU). The courseware was designed and developed
    jointly by instructors from fields of Civil Engineering, Architecture, Mechanical Engineering, and
    Futures Studies. In this study, students were asked to develop an environment-improving proposal
    for an old community in Taipei city. The reflection from teachers as well as the feedbacks from
    students on teaching and learning were collected and analyzed. The material can be served as
    references to curriculum development and improvement for future work. After courses, we
    provided commands of interdisciplinary and courses design. Students did demonstrate abilities of
    interdisciplinary thinking, long-term planning, team work, and innovative design. Interdisciplinary
    communication and peer learning were the biggest gain of courses.
    Relation: Paper presented at the “Fourth International Workshop on Design in Civil and Environmental Engineering”
    Appears in Collections:[Master's Program, Graduate Institute of Futures Studies] Proceeding

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