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CONTINUOUS PHASE MODULATION. See MINIMUM SHIFT KEYING. CONTINUOUS PROCESSES. See PAPER INDUSTRY. CONTINUOUS-TIME CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN. See CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN, CONTINUOUS-TIME. CONTRACTING. See OUTSOURCING. htm ● HOME ● ABOUT US // ● CONTACT US ● HELP Wiley Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Educational Trends Standard Article Edwin C. 1 1Iowa State University, Ames, IA, Copyright © 1999 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. All rights reserved. htm Abstract The sections in this article are Studies of Engineering Education The National Science Foundation Coalitions Outcomes Assessment in Engineering Education and Accreditation Changes Factors Affecting Engineering Education Issues in Engineering Education Active Learning and Cooperative Learning Integrated Curricula Learning Styles Enrollment, Degrees, and Retention Faculty Development Promotion and Tenure | | | Copyright © 1999-2008 All Rights Reserved.
NEED FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION Engineers, indeed practitioners of all professions, have always sought better ways for accomplishing their goals. They seek to improve performance, efficiency, reliability, and aesthetics, and to reduce costs. Where possible they share ideas. They envision new ways to improve the quality of life for people. They perform research and try new ideas continually. In short, they learn from each other in discussions, in classes, at J. ), Wiley Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
Most engineers belong to at least one of the more than 50 engineering professional societies in the United States alone, such as IEEE and the American Society for Mechanical Engineers. Nearly all of these societies present programs related to their specialty. A telephone call, e-mail message, or World Wide Web (WWW) search will provide the needed information. Many of the approximately 400 colleges of engineering in the United States provide continuing education events, both degree programs and short courses.