April 2001

Process Technology/Information Systems

Global chemical engineering education: paradigms for online technology

Discover special tools that help to deliver valuable results in informational environments

Modern online technologies are breaking past distance barriers that have segregated education worldwide. Consequently, chemical engineering educators are increasingly aware of a universal audience. Although the traditional use of online technology has supplemented didactic teaching methods, continual development of online educational tools allows for better knowledge transmission, monitoring and supervision. A pedagogical framework has been developed, which best utilizes these technological tools to deliver valuable results. Current learning processes indeed have shifted from the simple assimilation of information to an active process; it is the learner's responsibility to co

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