Microcomputer Capability: Practitioners' Perspectiveby Stuart G. Walesh, Valparaiso Univ, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Hydraulic Engineering
Abstract: Leading practitioners in the water resources engineering field want new graduates who are well grounded in fundamentals and are computer literate. The needs of leading practitioners are surprisingly consistent with the teaching aims of undergraduate engineering colleges. Microcomputers can be used in many ways in engineering education to teach fundamentals, with the desired computer literacy being a valuable side benefit.
Subject Headings: Engineering education | Water resources | Hydraulic engineering | Computers | Computer software | Wells (water) | Undergraduate study
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