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Title: Student Engineers as Agents of Change: Combining Social Inclusion in the Professional Development of Electrical and Computer Engineering Students
Authors: Wang,Tsen-Yung;Chang,Yao-Jen;Chen,Shu-Fang;Liao,Rhi-Hua
Contributors: 政大社工所
Keywords: Action research;Social inclusion;Service-learning;Engineering ethics
Date: 2011-06
Issue Date: 2013-09-26
Abstract: Community-based action research helps students link subject matter to everyday life and developing sense of responsibility to their community. While combining research and a development into teaching engineering software which has been vastly conducted in engineering disciplines such as Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and Computer Science (CS), including inclusive participatory research is yet to be fully developed. We participated in the NGO by providing information technology (IT) and/or assistive technology (AT). This paper examines the practice of action research in servicelearning projects that aim to introduce more socially responsible studies in the context of engineering education. It begins by exploring different forms of action research that may benefit engineering disciplines with a focus on action engagement to improve students’involvement in marginalized communities. The article provides field-based reflections of the action research project and suggests ways in which practice of action research may increase socially responsive value in the professional development of student engineers.
Relation: Systemic Practice and Action Research, 24(3), 237-245
Data Type: article
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