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Frerich, Sulamith

Engineering Education 4.0

Frerich, Sulamith - Engineering Education 4.0, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Virtual Learning Environments

1. Measurement of the Cognitive Assembly Planning Impact
Christian Büscher, Eckart Hauck, Daniel Schilberg, Sabina Jeschke

2. Selfoptimized Assembly Planning for a ROS Based Robot Cell
Daniel Ewert, Daniel Schilberg, Sabina Jeschke

3. RUB-Ingenieurwissenschaften expandieren in die virtuelle Lernwelt
Sulamith Frerich, Eva Heinz, Kristina Müller

4. Massive Open Online Courses in Engineering Education
Ute Heckel, Ursula Bach, Anja Richert, Sabina Jeschke

5. Using E-Portfolios to Support Experiential Learning and Open the Use of Tele-Operated Laboratories for Mobile Devices
Dominik May, Claudius Terkowsky, Tobias Haertel, Christian Pleul

6. Virtual Production Intelligence—A Contribution to the Digital Factory
Rudolf Reinhard, Christian Büscher, Tobias Meisen, Daniel Schilberg, Sabina Jeschke

7. Teaching Professional Knowledge to XL-Classes with the Help of Digital Technologies
Valerie Stehling, Ursula Bach, Anja Richert, Sabina Jeschke

8. Intensifying Learner’s Experience by Incorporating the Virtual Theatre into Engineering Education
Daniel Ewert, Katharina Schuster, Daniel Johansson, Daniel Schilberg, Sabina Jeschke

9. Entwicklung von Remote-Labs zum erfahrungsbasierten Lernen
Tobias Haertel, Claudius Terkowsky, Dominik May, Christian Pleul

10. Bringing Remote Labs and Mobile Learning Together
Dominik May, Claudius Terkowsky, Tobias Haertel, Christian Pleul

11. Virtual Production Intelligence – Process Analysis in the Production Planning Phase
Daniel Schilberg, Tobias Meisen, Rudolf Reinhard

12. Virtuelle Produktion - Die Virtual Production Intelligence im Einsatz
Daniel Schilberg, Tobias Meisen, Rudolf Reinhard

13. Mobile Learning in der Hochschullehre
Daniela Schmitz, Dominik May, Karsten Lensing

14. Verbesserung der Lernerfahrung durch die Integration des Virtual Theatres in die Ingenieursausbildung
Katharina Schuster, Daniel Ewert, Daniel Johansson, Ursula Bach, René Vossen, Sabina Jeschke

15. Chances and Risks of Using Clicker Software in XL Engineering Classes – From Theory to Practice
Valerie Stehling, Ursula Bach, René Vossen, Sabina Jeschke

16. Fostering the Creative Attitude with Remote Lab Learning Environments – An Essay on the Spirit of Research in Engineering Education
Claudius Terkowsky, Tobias Haertel

17. Integrating Remote Labs into Personal Learning Environments – Experiential Learning with Tele-Operated Experiments and E-Portfolios
Claudius Terkowsky, Dominik May, Tobias Haertel, Christian Pleul

18. Virtual Labs and Remote Labs: Practical Experience for Everyone
Sulamith Frerich, Daniel Kruse, Marcus Petermann, Andreas Kilzer

19. Shifting Virtual Reality Education to the Next Level – Experiencing Remote Laboratories Through Mixed Reality
Max Hoffmann, Tobias Meisen, Sabina Jeschke

20. Bridging the Gap Between Students and Laboratory Experiments
Max Hoffmann, Katharina Schuster, Daniel Schilberg, Sabina Jeschke

21. Development of a Tele-Operative Testing Cell as a Remote Lab for Material Characterization
Tobias R. Ortelt, Abdelhakim Sadiki, Christian Pleul, Christoph Becker, Sami Chatti, A. Erman Tekkaya

22. A Web-Based Recommendation System for Engineering Education E-Learning Systems
Thorsten Sommer, Ursula Bach, Anja Richert, Sabina Jeschke

23. A Web-Based Recommendation System for Engineering Education E-Learning Solutions
Thorsten Sommer, Ursula Bach, Anja Richert, Sabina Jeschke

24. Diving in? How Users Experience Virtual Environments using the Virtual Theatre
Katharina Schuster, Max Hoffmann, Ursula Bach, Anja Richert, Sabina Jeschke

25. Status Quo of Media Usage and Mobile Learning in Engineering Education
Katharina Schuster, Kerstin Thöing, Dominik May, Karsten Lensing, Michael Grosch, Anja Richert, A. Erman Tekkaya, Marcus Petermann, Sabina Jeschke

26. Enhancing the Learning Success of Engineering Students by Virtual Experiments
Max Hoffmann, Lana Plumanns, Laura Lenz, Katharina Schuster, Tobias Meisen, Sabina Jeschke

27. Using Evernote in Engineering Education – Two Course Concepts to Explore Chances and Barriers
Dominik May, Tobias Haertel, Monika Radtke

28. Organizing, Performing and Presenting Scientific Work in Engineering Education with the Help of Mobile Devices
Dominik May, Philipp Ossenberg

29. Using Remote Laboratories for Transnational Online Learning Environments in Engineering Education
Dominik May, Tobias Ortelt, Erman Tekkaya

30. Transnational Connected Learning and Experimentation – Using Live Online Classes and Remote Labs for Preparing International Engineering Students for an International Working World
Dominik May, Abdelhakim Sadiki, Christian Pleul, A. Erman Tekkaya

31. Bitmap-Based On-Line Analytical Processing of Time Interval Data
Philipp Meisen, Tobias Meisen, Diane Keng, Marco Recchioni, Sabina Jeschke

32. TIDAQL: A Query Language Enabling On-line Analytical Processing of Time Interval Data
Philipp Meisen, Diane Keng, Tobias Meisen, Marco Recchioni, Sabina Jeschke

33. Investigating Mixed-Reality Teaching and Learning Environments for Future Demands: The Trainers’ Perspective
Lana Plumanns, Thorsten Sommer, Katharina Schuster, Anja Richert, Sabina Jeschke

34. The Challenge of Specimen Handling in Remote Laboratories for Engineering Education
Abdelhakim Sadiki, Tobias R. Ortelt, Christian Pleul, Christoph Becker, Sami Chatti, A. Erman Tekkaya

35. Development of a Cupping Test in Remote Laboratories for Engineering Education
Alessandro Selvaggio, Abdelhakim Sadiki, Tobias R. Ortelt, Rickmer Meya, Christoph Becker, Sami Chatti, A. Erman Tekkaya

36. Preparing for Industry 4.0 – Collaborative Virtual Learning Environments in Engineering Education
Katharina Schuster, Kerstin Groß, René Vossen, Anja Richert, Sabina Jeschke

37. New Perspectives for Engineering Education – About the Potential of Mixed Reality for Learning and Teaching Processes
Katharina Schuster, Anja Richert, Sabina Jeschke

38. Please Vote Now! Evaluation of Audience Response Systems – First Results from a Flipped Classroom Setting
Valerie Stehling, Katharina Schuster, Anja Richert, Ingrid Isenhardt

39. Development of a Tele-Operative Control for the Incremental Tube Forming Process and Its Integration into a Learning Environment
Rickmer Meya, Tobias R. Ortelt, Alessandro Selvaggio, Sami Chatti, Christoph Becker, A. Erman Tekkaya

40. Integration of new Concepts and Features into Forming Technology Lectures
Tobias R. Ortelt, Sören Gies, Heinrich Traphöner, Sami Chatti, A. Erman Tekkaya

41. Concepts of the International Manufacturing Remote Lab (MINTReLab) – Combination of a MOOC and a Remote Lab for a Manufacturing Technology Online Course
Tobias R. Ortelt, Sabine Pekasch, Karsten Lensing, Pierre-Jean Guéno, Dominik May, A. Erman Tekkaya

Part II. Mobility and Internationalization

42. International Student Mobility in Engineering Education
Ute Heckel, Ursula Bach, Anja Richert, Sabina Jeschke, Marcus Petermann

43. Motivationen und Hindernisse für die Auslandsmobilität von Studierenden in MINT-Fächern – eine vergleichende Studie an der RWTH Aachen University
Ute Heinze, Ursula Bach, René Vossen, Sabina Jeschke

44. International Exchange in Higher Engineering Education – A Representative Survey on International Mobility of Engineering Students
Ute Heinze, Ursula Bach, René Vossen, Sabina Jeschke

45. Student Exchange Programs in Engineering Sciences Between USA and Germany
Natascha Strenger, Marcus Petermann, Sulamith Frerich

46. Higher Education Institutions as Key Actors in the Global Competition for Engineering Talent – Germany in International Comparison
Natascha Strenger, Sulamith Frerich, Marcus Petermann

Part III. Student Lifecycle

47. Access to UML Diagrams with the HUTN
Helmut Vieritz, Daniel Schilberg, Sabina Jeschke

48. Innovative XXL-Lehre: Das Beispiel ,,Kommunikation und Organisationsentwicklung“ an der RWTH Aachen
Daniela Janßen, Stefan Schröder, Ingrid Isenhardt

49. Simulation-Based Learning for Conveying Soft-Skills to XL-Classes
Daniela Janßen, Sarah Valter, Esther Borowski, René Vossen, Sabina Jeschke

50. On-Professional Competences in Engineering Education for XL-Classes
Stefan Schröder, Daniela Janßen, Ingo Leisten, René Vossen, Ingrid Isenhardt

51. Die Studieneingangsphase als Weichensteller im Ingenieurstudium – Herausforderungen begegnen
Natascha Strenger, Theresa Janssen, Gergana Aleksandrova, Alexander an Haack

52. ,,Ist digital normal?“ – Untersuchung des Mediennutzungsverhaltens Studierender in der ingenieurswissenschaftlichen Lehre
Kerstin Thöing, Ursula Bach, René Vossen, Sabina Jeschke

53. Early Accessibility Evaluation in Web Application Development
Helmut Vieritz, Daniel Schilberg, Sabina Jeschke

54. ALLES ING! Count me in! – Attracting Human Talents in Providing Open Access to Universities with Focusing on Individual Opportunities in Engineering Sciences
Theresa Janssen, Mark Zeuch, Marcus Petermann, Andreas Kilzer

55. What Students Use – Results of a Survey on Media Use Among Engineering Students
Dominik May, Karsten Lensing, A. Erman Tekkaya, Michael Grosch, Ute Berbuir, Marcus Petermann

56. Inspiration für die Studienentscheidung. Mit Role-Models Orientierung gewinnen!
Natascha Strenger, Theresa Janssen, Gergana Aleksandrova, Daniela Antkowiak

57. Herausforderungen kooperativen Lernens und Arbeitens im Web 2.0
Kerstin Thöing, Ursula Bach, René Vossen, Sabina Jeschke

58. Retaining Talent, Addressing Diverse Requirements: Academic Writing for Engineering Students
Theresa Janssen, Natascha Strenger, Sulamith Frerich, Franz Peters

59. Are Virtual Learning Environments Appropriate for Dyscalculic Students? – A Theoretical Approach on Design Optimization of Virtual Worlds Used in Mixed-Reality Simulators
Laura Lenz, Katharina Schuster, Anja Richert, Sabina Jeschke

60. Access all Areas: Designing a Hands-On Robotics Course for Visually Impaired High School Students
Valerie Stehling, Katharina Schuster, Anja Richert, Sabina Jeschke

Part IV. Professional Competency

61. Where Have all the Inventors Gone? Is There a Lack of Spirit of Research in Engineering Education Curricula?
Tobias Haertel, Claudius Terkowsky, Isa Jahnke

62. Developing Cultural Competency in Engineering Through Transnational Distance Learning
Stephanie Moore, Dominik May, Kari Wold

63. Constructive Alignment als didaktisches Konzept – Lehre planen in den Ingenieur- und Geisteswissenschaften
Britta Baumert, Dominik May

64. FLExperimente als erster Schritt in der Laborausbildung – Wissenschaftliche Kompetenz aus dem Baukasten
Thorsten Jungmann, Philipp Ossenberg

65. Recruiting the Right Engineering Students – Comparative Study of Common Approaches in German Higher Education
Thorsten Jungmann, Philipp Ossenberg

66. Das Studienkonzept ,,Querformat“ – Förderung des interdisziplinären Dialogs
Tobias Berens, Ute Berbuir

67. Landscape Format – A Course Concept to Stimulate Interdisciplinary Dialogue
Ute Berbuir, Tobias Berens, Marcus Petermann, Pia Wagner

68. Problemorientiertes Lernen
Ute Berbuir, Hille Lieverscheidt, Andreas Slemeyer

69. Querformat – Ein Lehrveranstaltungskonzept zur Förderung des interdisziplinären Dialogs
Ute Berbuir, Marcus Petermann, Martina Schmohr

70. Begriffsklärung zur Kompetenzorientierung
Thorsten Jungmann, Philipp Ossenberg, Sarah Wissemann

71. Research Workshop in Engineering Education – Draft of New Learning
Thorsten Jungmann, Philipp Ossenberg

72. ModellING Competences – Developing a Holistic Competence Model for Engineering Education
Dominik May, Philipp Ossendorf

73. The Globally Competent Engineer – What Different Stakeholders Say About Educating Engineers for a Globalized World
Dominik May, Erman Tekkaya

74. What Should They Learn? – A Short Comparison Between Different Areas of Competence and Accreditation Boards’ Criteria for Engineering Education
Dominik May, Claudius Terkowsky

75. On Learning Objectives and Learning Activities to Foster Creativity in the Engineering Lab
Claudius Terkowsky, Tobias Heartel

76. Bringing the Inquiring Mind Back into the Labs – A Conceptual Framework to Foster the Creative Attitude in Higher Engineering Education
Claudius Terkowsky, Tobias Haertel, Emanuel Bielski, Dominik May

77. Creative Students Need Creative Teachers – Fostering the Creativity of Teachers: A Blind Spot in Higher Engineering Education?
Tobias Haertel, Claudius Terkowsky, Monika Radtke

78. Entrepreneurship and Gender in Higher Engineering Education in Germany
Dominik May, Bengue Hosch Dayican, Liudvika Leisyte, Karsten Lensing, Lisa Sigl, Claudius Terkowsky

Keywords: Mathematics, Computational Science and Engineering, User Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction, Artificial Intelligence (incl. Robotics), Simulation and Modeling, Computer Applications, Statistics for Social Science, Behavorial Science, Education, Public Policy, and Law

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
28 pages
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319469164
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-46915-7

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