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What is CEEDA?

The Collaborative Engineering Education
in the Digital Age website showcases examples of global best practice in collaborative and/or project-based engineering learning that are partially or wholly delivered online.  It forms one element of a wider study looking at the lessons learnt from the current period of ‘emergency teaching’ and how this might impact the trajectory of engineering education in the future. 

Photo of a student at Olin College of Engineering (with permission). Copyright Leise Jones Photography

Latest CEEDA case studies

SUTD, Singapore

Virtual Ideation Challenge

A two-day extra-curricular activity, where student teams collaborate with hospital clinicians to develop technological solutions to key challenges facing Singapore’s fight against COVID-19.

Distinctive feature: External collaboration to provide authentic context for learning

  • Student cohort: 58
  • Location: 100% online
  • Duration: 2 days, full-time
  • Activity type: Extra-curricular
  • New / existing: New

PUC, Chile

An introductory first-year course that challenges multi-disciplinary teams of engineering students to develop solutions to major societal challenges facing Chile, focusing particularly on the needs of the user. 

Distinctive feature: Undergraduate teaching assistants co-creating the course’s transition online.

  • Student cohort: 830
  • Location: 100% online
  • Duration: 1 semester
  • Activity type: Core course
  • New / existing: Existing

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