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Volume 2015, Issue 1
  • E-ISSN: 2310-516X

Abstract

Radical change is being demanded of engineering education today–the result of the electronic-information revolution. Other information revolutions have occurred in the past; and each has led to radical changes in education. We look at some of these, giving particular attention to the little-recognized fast press revolution of the early 19th century. Perhaps these examples will help us to better see, and cope with, present change.

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