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AuthorAbdulwahed M.
AuthorAhmad S.
AuthorHasna , Mazen
AuthorGhani S.
AuthorBenammar M.
Available date2022-04-26T11:06:50Z
Publication Date2014
Publication NameProceedings of 2014 International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning, ICL 2014
AbstractRecent studies emphasize the needs of a wider set of skills engineers require than ever thought. Engineering curricula have been frequently criticized. Engineering design experience is one remedial way of heavy theory oriented curriculum. Many Universities started to integrate more design experiences in their curriculum. While a straight forward implication of integrating engineering design in engineering education is the development of higher order of technical and core engineering skills, a significant side outcome of impact of engineering design on soft skills development is barely investigated. Shell Eco-Marathon is a complex engineering design process, and is a competition oriented learning experience. This paper reports on the findings of qualitative investigation of the SEM impact on soft skills development of engineering students, with a case conducted within the Asian context
PublisherInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Complex engineering
Engineering curriculum
Learning experiences
Qualitative analysis
Shell Eco-Marathon
Soft skills
Soft-skills development
Engineering education
TitleContribution of Shell Eco-Marathon engineering design experience to soft skills development: A qualitative analysis in the Asian context
TypeConference Paper

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