College of Engineering Research Symposium, Penn State University
Product dissection activities are widely practiced in engineering education and recent efforts have sought to develop and utilize virtual dissection tools, little data exists on how these tools impact the learning process. Therefore, this study investigates the impact of virtual dissection on student learning and self-efficacy to understand the effects of virtual dissection tools for enhancing engineering instruction.
Toh, Christine A.; Disco, Connor; and Miller, Scarlett, "The Impact of Virtual Dissection on Engineering Student Learning and Self-Efficacy" (2014). Interdisciplinary Informatics Faculty Publications. 36.
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