Join ECEDHA and Quanser for a complimentary Webinar
Making sense of the "flipped" campus with new approaches to hands-on labs
Register for the event below.
The so-called "flipped" campus prescribes that mechanical details of engineering concepts be learned independently while classroom experience be focused on application of core concepts.
This webinar presents the case that modern interpretations of traditional undergraduate labs offer a great opportunity for schools to efficiently flip their classrooms and trigger improvements in education and research.
Tom Lee, PhD
Chief Education Officer
Tom Lee directs the academic strategy for Quanser, a leading producer of lab systems for control, mechatronics, and robotics education and teaching. He is a recognized authority in modern engineering pedagogy and the application of advanced technology in teaching and learning. His technical background is in the field of dynamic modelling, simulation, and control. He earned his Ph.D. From the University of Waterloo where he currently serves as adjunct professor.
Title: Making sense of the “flipped” campus with new approaches to hands-on labs
Date: Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Time: 11:00 am PT / 2:00 pm ET
Duration: 1 hour