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The Dynamics Concept Inventory (DCI) was developed over 15 years ago as a tool for instructors teaching Dynamics to assess their students’ gains in conceptual understanding of the material. Since its initial release, there have been hundreds of downloads of the instrument, and the initial papers presenting the instrument have been referenced over 100 times. In this paper, we will 1) present a brief history of the development of the DCI, 2) evaluate the ways it has been used since its release with the hope of encouraging more engineering faculty members to use it, 3) summarize results from those who have used it, and 4) present plans for future development and distribution.
Cornwell, P., & Self, B. P. (2020, June), The Dynamics Concept Inventory (DCI) – The Past, Present, and Future Paper presented at 2020 ASEE Virtual Annual Conference Content Access, Virtual On line . 10.18260/1-2--35304
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