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Jim Vallino ; Rochester Institute of Technology

Multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary- these terms are all the buzz in engineering and computing curriculum design. Throughout their career, most graduates will work on project teams with people from multiple fields of expertise. The author mentions that engineering and computing educators must accordingly design curricula that require students to work outside of their own domain. This opportunity can range from small-group collaboration in a single course to large-scale efforts that span every program at an institution.

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Computer  (Volume:43 ,  Issue: 4 )