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Design, Implementation, and Assessment of WebCT-based CNC
Ismail Fidan§, Lauren L. Neal¶, Robert J. Clougherty, Jr.¶ § College of Engineering/¶The Institute for Technological Scholarship Tennessee Tech University Cookeville, TN 38505
Abstract In the 21st century, the Internet has become the dominant distribution system for distance education and training. Many faculty members are expanding their traditional delivery methods (lecture, laboratory, face-to-face discussion) to include educational options ranging from web- based course supplement to the complete delivery of courses online. The choices that faculty may consider range from simply posting a syllabus to creating web-based content to enhance classroom instruction to full online delivery.
While the primary focus of web-based delivery has been in the development of standalone web-based distance education courses, more faculty are beginning to use the web to supplement and enhance classroom instruction, creating “hybrid courses.”
The authors have chosen to supplement a traditional face-to-face on-campus CNC (Computer Numerical Control) course with an online component. WebCT-based CNC materials were developed in Spring 2002 and started being implemented in Fall 2002. The materials are currently used in a junior level, MIT3060 (Manufacturing and Industrial Technology 3060), ‘CNC Machining Practices’ course. The following modules are currently available in the WebCT system.
• Course Syllabus and Information • Lecture materials, supplements, and extra study materials • Calendar and Tips • Tests, labs, practice quizzes, and homework • CNC Glossary • Discussions, Chat, and E-mail • Grade Book
“Proceedings of the 2003 American Society for Engineering Education Conference & Exposition Copyright ©2003, American Society for Engineering Education”
Neal, L., & Clougherty, J. R. J., & Fidan, I. (2003, June), Design, Implementation, And Assessment Of Webct Based Cnc Paper presented at 2003 Annual Conference, Nashville, Tennessee. 10.18260/1-2--12396
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