ChandĂa Gerardo Silva (2003). Â« Information Systems and Engineering Education: learning by doing Â». In International Conference on Information Systems and Engineering, 5 juin 2003, p. 159–164. ISSN 1-56555-270-9. En ligne : <http://www.scs.org/scsarchive/getDoc.cfm?id=2226>.
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Since microcomputers are on the engineer desktops, engineering software is available to support many engineering tasks. Most senior civil engineering (c.e.) students like to learn and practice this software because they see in its ability to use them, a way to get a job quickly when they will grade as
civil engineer. As the civil engineer that our department deserves to our
community is not highly specialized, they have a basic knowledge of structural, construction and hydraulics engineer, so they like to know the basic use of the
engineering software that supports that engineering projects. In this paper we present a near five years experience introducing the c.e. students to the use of engineering software by using the methodology of the "virtual project"?.
The name of the methodology derives from the fact that the engineering project is developed with all the stakeholders being virtual actors. Site and engineering needs are given at the start of the course and the results of the students work at the end of the academic semester is published in their own web pages including a VRML model and all the engineering documents needed to evaluate their virtual project. How the students evaluate the experience is also
summarized in the paper.(auteur)
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