Addressing Challenges for Internationalisation and Mobility in Engineering Through CDIO Standards
Campbell, Duncan A., Beck, Hilary, Buisson, David, & Hargreaves, Douglas (2009) Addressing Challenges for Internationalisation and Mobility in Engineering Through CDIO Standards. In Kestell, Colin, Grainger, Steven, & Cheung, John (Eds.) Proceedings of the 20th Annual Conference for the Australasian Association for Engineering Education, School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Adelaide, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, pp. 593-598.
There is a growing need for international transparency of engineering qualifications, and mechanisms to support and facilitate student mobility. In response, there are a number of global initiatives attempting to address these needs, particularly in Europe, North America and Australia. The Conceive-Design-Implement-Operate (CDIO) Initiative has a set of standards, competencies, and proficiency levels developed through a global community of practice. It is a well-structured framework in which best-practice internationalisation and student mobility can be embedded. However, the current 12 CDIO Standards do not address international qualifications or student mobility. Based on an environmental scan of global activities, the underpinning principles of best practice are identified and form the basis of the proposed 13th CDIO Standard — “Internationalization and Mobility”.
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|Keywords:||Engineering education, CDIO, Internationalisation, Student mobility|
|Subjects:||Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > ENGINEERING (090000) > OTHER ENGINEERING (099900) > Engineering not elsewhere classified (099999)|
|Divisions:||Past > QUT Faculties & Divisions > Faculty of Built Environment and Engineering|
Past > Schools > School of Engineering Systems
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|Deposited On:||18 Dec 2009 14:49|
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