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Problem-based learning in communications systems : student perceptions and achievement.

Mitchell, J. and Canavan, B. and Smith, J. (2010) 'Problem-based learning in communications systems : student perceptions and achievement.', IEEE transactions on education., 53 (4). pp. 587-594.


The paper presents a curriculum design for, and subsequent evaluation of, a communications systems course using problem-based learning (PBL) as the instructional methodology. It details the rationale for implementing PBL as well as reporting intended learning outcomes and assessing the students' achievements.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Communication engineering education, Education, Electrical engineering education, Electronics engineering education, Problem solving.
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