Using Retrospective Assessment to Measure Levels of Student and Faculty Engagement in the Development of Sustainability Supply Chain and Facility Logistics Curriculum
This paper details the use of retrospective assessment by a multi-institutional partnership to measure the level of student and faculty engagement in the course development process. This partnership includes two universities in the U.S., one in Puerto Rico, and one in Spain and is in the final year of an NSF funded project to integrate sustainability into supply chain management and facility logistics curriculum across institutional boundaries and international time zones. Lessons learned from the assessment are used to identify progress toward learning and pedagogical development goals as well as suggest measures for overcoming engagement barriers.
S. Long et al., "Using Retrospective Assessment to Measure Levels of Student and Faculty Engagement in the Development of Sustainability Supply Chain and Facility Logistics Curriculum," Proceedings of the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition (2011, Vancouver, BC, Canada), American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), Jan 2011.
ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition (2011: Jun. 26-29, Vancouver, BC, Canada)
Engineering Management and Systems Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Curricula; Societies And Institutions; Supply Chain Management; Sustainable Development; Course Development; Facility Logistics; Integrate Sustainability; Puerto Rico; Retrospective Assessments; Time Zones; Teaching
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