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June 14, 2015
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How We Teach: Transport Phenomena and Related CoursesAbstractIn 2014, the AIChE Education Division’s Course Survey Committee supervised a survey on howTransport Phenomena and related courses are taught by different institutions. Faculty membersfrom chemical engineering departments who have taught these courses during the 2013-2014academic provided the responses. The survey, which was conducted online using the softwareQualtrics, was disseminated to the faculty members by department administrators who weresolicited via email. The survey covered topics ranging from course content, student learningobjectives, and textbook preferences. In this paper, statistical results from the survey areprovided, as well as a comparison with results obtained from related surveys previouslyconducted in 1977, 1978, and 1987.
Lepek, D., & Vigeant, M. A., & Silverstein, D. L., & Keith, J. M. (2015, June), How We Teach: Transport Phenomena and Related Courses Paper presented at 2015 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Seattle, Washington. 10.18260/p.24201
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