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International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS'01)
Stamford, Connecticut
July 06-July 07
ISBN: 0-7695-1209-7
Table of Contents
The ABET Criteria
The EDM and Bee Projects at CMU: Meeting the ABET Criteria (Panel)
Teaching vs. Preaching: EC2000 and the Engineering Ethics Dilemma
Multidisciplinary Perspectives
Curriculum Development within Computing
Adrian Bardon, Commonwealth College University of Massachusetts at Amherst
pp. 0067
The Humanities within the Curriculum
Human-Environment Interactions: An Organizing Principle for the Liberal Arts Component of Engineering Education
Economic Issues
Policy Issues
Issues in Expert Knowledge
Formation of Knowledge Societies in the Developing World: Empowerment and Governance
Humble Analysis: The Prctice of Joint Fact Finding
Fostering Guarded Trust in Collaborative Filtering Systems
Dramatic Reading of 'Mourning Becomes Electric'
Keynote Address
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Ethics Education for Engineers
John W. Shelton, Ethics Director NE&SS-Surface Systems, Morestown
Kathy McCaffrey, Ethics Advisor, NE&SS Surfaces Systems
Janet Rochester, Lead Member Engineering Staff (Moderator)
pp. 0149
The Engineering Profession
G. Moriarty, San Jose State University
Y. Julliard, University of Karlsruhe
pp. 0177
History of Technology
EC2000 Outside Engineering
Opportunities and Challenges for the Teaching of the Humanities and Social Sciences to Engineering Students
Standards-Based Assessment of Humanities/Social Science (H/SS) Programs in the Liberal Education Division
Re-inventing the Humanities and Social Sciences in Engineering Education under to ABET 200 Accreditation Standards
ABET's Engineering Criteria 2000 and Engineering Ethics: A Status Report
Faculty and Curriculum: Roles and Development
Development and Assessment of the Innovative Curriculum: Required Online Courses
Issues in Accreditation
Assessments Studying of Communication Modes and Content Used by Engineering Students in a Special Project Course (Panel)
Models in Teaching and Learning
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