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  • Student Web Toolsand ResourcesStudent Web Toolsand Resources

  • Student Web Toolsand ResourcesStudent Web Toolsand ResourcesThe best teachers learn from their students.

  • Q1: Based on the presentations of our first two speakers of this session, how interested are you in incorporating these web tools into your course?

  • Web Tools Survey

  • Categories of Web ToolsInformationalEngineering AnalysisPlanningNetworking/CommunicationasynchronoussynchronousData Sharing/ArchivingIdeationOther

  • Categories of Web ToolsNeedsFindingBackgroundResearchIdeationAnalysisDistillationPrototyping(Relevant)InformationNetworkingCommunicationProjectManagementReportingTesting(V&V)

  • Opportunities for Web ToolsNeedsFindingBackgroundResearchIdeationAnalysisDistillationPrototyping(Relevant)InformationNetworkingCommunicationProjectManagementReportingTesting(V&V)

  • Q2: To what extent could (do) web resources benefit/enhance the following aspects of your students projects (and/or educational experience)?

  • Q3: For your top two picks above, what features would you ideally wish to see in the web resource?

  • Planning/Management

  • Planning/Management

  • CommunicationSynchronous & AsynchronousAdobe ConnectSkypeWebXMS SharepointFacebookdimdim

  • CommunicationWIGGIO

  • CommunicationWEB DESIGNsites.google.comsmartsite

  • Communication/Documentation

  • Needs GatheringSURVEY MONKEY

  • IdeationTRIZ TOOLS

  • IdeationCONCEPT MAPSjoiningdots.netcmap

  • Engineering AnalysisNetLogohttp://ccl.northwestern.edu/netlogo/StatPageshttp://statpages.org/and many more

  • (Relevant) Information

  • Human Engineering Design Data Digestwww.hfetag.dtic.mil/docs/pocket_guide.docRange of MotionMuscle StrengthCaloric expenditureAnthropometricsPoints to Consider (Adapted from Sawyer et al, 1996)Also:MIL-STD-1472F )HUMAN ENGINEERING)MIL-HDBK-759 (HUMAN ENGINEERING DESIGN GUIDELINES)FAA Human Factors Design Standardhf.tc.faa.gov/hfds/

  • Information(Also valuable for brainstorming sessions.)

  • OtherTechnical Writinghttp://www.writing.engr.psu.edu/csp.htmlEntrepreneurshiphttp://eclips.cornell.edu/ http://ecorner.stanford.edu

  • Medical Device Linkhttp://www.devicelink.com/subscribe/

  • Q4a: If there was an online repository of weblinks for these web tools, would you use it?yes no maybe

    Q4b: . would you be likely to contribute to it?yes no maybe

  • Imagine all the people

  • DISCUSSION

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