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Conference Paper

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Disciplines

2. ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

Publication Details

Presented at the INTED2009 Conference, 9-11 March, 2009, Valencia, Spain.

Abstract

This paper raises the question: What is philosophy and then, after describing its branches and school, it extends the definitions to implications for the practice of engineering and engineering technology education. It folds the definitions against the work of engineering faculty. The latter was described as including curriculum development, teaching, mentoring/advising, research/scholarship, and engagement. Sample codes of ethics are shared for engineering technology students and professionals.

IMPLICATIONS OF PHILOSOPHY - INTED 2009.ppt (2386 kB)
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