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Teaching Quality Enhancement through Experiential Learning in Industrial Engineering and Logistics Management


Abstract

The project aims at enhancing IMSE teaching quality through identifying effective ways to incorporating experiential learning in industrial engineering and logistics management. A study of IMSE’s current teaching and learning practices has been conducted to identify critical factors for enhancing student learning experience. On the basis of the study findings, a system for sharing experiential learning practices among IMSE staff has been designed. The system consists of two major modules: central repository and user interface. The central repository is a database maintained in a server for storing IMSE experiential learning practices and projects. There are three panels in the user interface module for administrators, authors and visitors to perform various interface functions. A prototype of the system has been built. The project has built a good foundation for establishing a fully integrated experiential learning environment in IMSE.

Principal Investigator

Dr. J.W.C. Ng, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Contact

Project level

Programme-level project

Project Completion

September 2015

Deliverables

The main deliverable of the project is a prototype system for sharing and integrating existing experiential learning practices in IMSE.  Please contact Dr. J.W.C. Ng, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, Faculty of Engineering by email (ngwc@hkucc.hku.hk) if you are interested in obtaining more information on this project.

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