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ENGR 131 Exam 2 Learning Objectives (Class 9B is last class with complete coverage; All textbook references refer to the Final Edition of the textbook. Diversity (Week 2, 5 class PPT + discussion) o explain the critical role of diverse people and perspectives in innovative design Course basics (Week 1 PPT + discussion, Chapter 1) o List sources of help in ENGR 131, including specific course personnel o List sources of course information o Explain the elements of the Purdue University Academic Integrity definition o Describe ways in which study groups can and cannot be used on individual assignments to ensure academic honesty Engineering and the disciplines (Week 1-2 class PPT + discussion, Chapter 3) o List at least 10 distinct engineering disciplines (to be considered distinct, a discipline must have either a section heading in the textbook or be the name of a degree program or School name at Purdue University) o list and describe various engineering job functions (Chapter 3.2 in text, p. 33) Information gathering (Week 3 class PPT + discussion, Chapter 5) o Describe three reasons for documenting (citing) sources o List, justify, and apply three criteria for evaluating the trustworthiness of information resources o List and gather necessary elements of a APA-format citation Teaming / People (Week 1-2 class PPT + discussion, Chapter 6)
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This note was uploaded on 10/29/2010 for the course ENGR 131 taught by Professor Purzer during the Spring '10 term at Purdue University.

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