Advisor

Koenig, Keith

Committee Member

Vizzini, Anthony

Committee Member

Bridges, David

Committee Member

Hannigan, Thomas

Date of Degree

1-1-2005

Document Type

Graduate Thesis - Open Access

College

College of Engineering

Department

Department of Aerospace Engineering

Abstract

In recent years, changes to the aerospace engineering curriculum have moved the laboratory classes ahead in the four year program. In an effort to alleviate the introduction of prerequisite and scheduling problems resulting from the curriculum changes, a study into the approach of making laboratory classes more accessible was initiated. Two options are in the process of being implemented as a solution to current and future curriculum obstacles as a result of this study. First, the first semester laboratory class has been successfully converted to an introduction to laboratory procedures class with the option of taking the lecture portion via the Web. Secondly, present preparations are underway to offer the entire introductory laboratory class via the Web. An in-depth analysis into laboratory tasks selected for the introductory class on laboratory procedures is presented, along with methods implemented, current results and suggestions for the future complete conversion into a virtual class.

URI

https://hdl.handle.net/11668/17937

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