Engineering and Design Educators Network – EDEN
What is EDEN?
The Centre for Engineering and Design Education facilitates an Engineering and Design Educators Network (EDEN). Focusing on learning and teaching issues from an engineering and design perspective, EDEN is intended to provide practitioners with a range of opportunities to share and develop good practice.
EDEN Seminar series
CEDE hosts an occasional series of EDEN Seminars which primarily address topics requested by Loughborough University’s engineering and design schools, with expert speakers drawn from the Centre’s extensive network of contacts, both internal and external.
Upcoming seminars – watch this space for 2015-16 programme!
Further information about past seminars can be found from the listing below.
In November 2012, CEDE launched a new initiative – EDEN FLIX, a series of highly acclaimed, thought-provoking and inspirational documentaries on issues related to engineering, design and social consciousness. For further information about upcoming screenings, visit the EDEN Flix web page.
For further information about EDEN, please contact Dr Sarah Bamforth.
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Past EDEN Seminars
Further information and documentation is available for some of these past seminars by clicking the links below.
|Collaborative Learning, Assessment and Feedback||19th Sept 2011|
|Digital Video Reporting to Inspire and Engage Students||16th Jan 2012|
|Enhancing Employability via Student-led Projects Workshop||22nd Mar 2012|
|Curriculum enhancement and innovation – a showcase of HE STEM supported activity at Loughborough||11th Jun 2012|
|First Steps in Evaluation and Scholarship in Mathematics and Engineering||28 May 2013|
|Capturing Data and Evidence through Qualitative Methodologies for Scholarship and Research within the STEM Disciplines||12 June 2013|
|An Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods for Research and Evaluation within the STEM Disciplines||13 June 2013|
|Enhancing the practical skills of engineering undergraduates – where can technology help?||Weds 16th April 2014|