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Electrical Engineering Education in 1975

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Out of the needs of man brought about by automation, the population explosion, the expansion of human expectations, continued peace in the world, and scientific discovery are derived the influences on engineering practice and electrical engineering education for the next decade. Scientific discovery and the provision of quantitative models for environmental systems will have a profound effect on the profession. In engineering education, research in pedagogy, especially in terms of the expanded use of audio-visual methods and computer-aided instruction, will alter the teaching of engineering as it is known today.

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Education, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 2 )