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Engineering Librarians as Partners of Faculty in Teaching Scholarly Inquiry toUndergraduate Students through Curriculum Integration: The Biotextiles ProductDevelopment Course BlogAbstract: Group projects are frequently utilized in undergraduate textilesengineering course curricula at the NC State University College of Textiles toachieve a number of different learning objectives. Wordpress blogs are one ofthe many Web 2.0 components that can be used by librarians in collaborationwith faculty to enhance their students group learning processes. A Wordpressblog is a web communication and collaboration tool that can be utilized toengage textile engineering students in learning with others within a collaborativeenvironment and to enhance their technical communication competencies.This paper presents a case study of blog usage within academic curricula,investigates its contribution to various learning paradigms and examines thecurrent literature on blog use in higher education.
Tourino, G., & King, M. W. (2013, June), Engineering Librarians as Partners of Faculty in Teaching Scholarly Inquiry to Undergraduate Students through Curriculum Integration: The Biotextiles Product Development Course Blog Paper presented at 2013 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Atlanta, Georgia. https://peer.asee.org/19529
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