State of Education for Energy Efficiency in Australian Engineering Education - Summary of Questionnaire Results
Desha, Cheryl, Hargroves, Karlson, Smith, Michael, Stasinopoulos, Peter, Stephens, Renee, & Hargroves, Stacey (2007) State of Education for Energy Efficiency in Australian Engineering Education - Summary of Questionnaire Results. The Natural Edge Project (TNEP), Australia.
In 2007 the National Framework for Energy Efficiency provided funding for the first survey of energy efficiency education across all Australian universities teaching engineering education. The survey asked the question, ‘What is the state of education for energy efficiency in Australian engineering education?’. There was an excellent response to the survey, with 48 course responses from lecturers across 27 universities from every state and territory in Australia, and 260 student responses from 18 courses across 8 universities from all 6 states.
It is concluded from the survey findings that the state of education for energy efficiency in Australian engineering education is currently highly variable and ad hoc across universities and engineering disciplines.
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