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The Role of Communication in Continuing Engineering Education

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The application of communication devices based on technology to undergraduate engineering education is accelerating. A question may be raised to what extent such devices are being used and can be used in continuing engineering education. A federal interagency committee is looking at this question. Herein is a synopsis of data developed through the activity of the committee. This paper is a challenge to educators, employers, officials of engineering and scientific societies, and government, in their combined efforts to improve the availability and quality of continuing engineering education.

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IEEE Transactions on Education  (Volume:11 ,  Issue: 4 )