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With the implementation of ABET Student Outcomes 1-7, programs will be looking for ways to incorporate the new requirements. KEEN (Kern Entrepreneurial Engineering Network) has available modules with associated assessment instruments that address several of the new design, project management, and communication requirements. Attendees will be introduced to the modules, and possibilities for using the modules to demonstrate ABET Student Outcomes will be discussed.
In order to demonstrate the method, attendees will then participate in an exercise to rate student work and use those assessment results to indicate attainment of Student Outcomes. Student pitches have been developed and recorded using the KEEN Elevator Pitch Module. The module is available for attendees to use at their home institution.
John Estell: John Estell is a Professor of Computer Engineering and Computer Science at Ohio Northern University. He has over 85 publications in various journals, book chapters, and conference proceedings, and is the recipient of several Best Paper awards from ASEE. John serves sas a Member-at-Large on the Commission’s Executive Committee. He also serves as a Program Evaluator for ABET’s Engineering Accreditation Commission. He is a Fellow of ASEE and has actively participated in the Capstone Design Conference for many years.
Patsy Brackin is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of Engineering Design at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. She has been involved with design for over 40 years and has taught design at all levels – from introduction to Capstone. In addition, she has been actively involved with ABET for the past 15 years as a PEV, Team Chair, and member of the Executive Committee of the EAC. She is a Fellow of ASME and a licensed professional engineer.
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