Online & Remote Education
What enables us to work effectively and build community remotely? Enhancing 5G technology, strengthening the resilience and cybersecurity of our computing infrastructure, experimenting with new digital platforms for online meetings, and building communities of support virtually are just a few ways that Purdue Engineering faculty, students and staff are tackling this challenge.
Virtual Labs have helped meet pandemic challenges and more. (Further information in Virtual Labs item below Featured Media.)
Virtual Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program offers students safe, valuable opportunities.
School of Engineering Education professor speaks in Geo-Institute of ASCE discussion on "Ready, Set, Remote! Lessons Learned During the 2020 Transition to Online Learning."
School of Engineering Education Faculty member participated in ASEE webinar on "Emerging Insights on Navigating Remote Student Support" on
July 22, 2020.
Nelson Baker, Dean of Professional Education at the Georgia Institute of Technology, delivers a presentation at Purdue on "Better Practices in Online Teaching and Learning."
School of Engineering Education Faculty members were featured speakers at the "Effective Remote Instruction: Reimagining the Engineering Student Experience Virtual Conference" on July 27-31, 2020.
Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics and Materials Engineering leads the development of virtual labs across the College of Engineering.
In a video series, an Engineering Education professor shares research-based advice on moving STEM courses online.
School of Engineering Education head offers 10 helpful tips for effective online learning.
Nelson Baker, Dean of Professional Education at the Georgia Institute of Technology, speaks at Purdue on the "Future of Online Engineering Education."
Professor of Mechanical Engineering is using augmented reality for online learning.
Professor of Engineering Education receives NSF funding for a project titled "Approaches to Online Implementation and Social Support in Undergraduate Engineering Courses."
Multidisciplinary research team receives NSF grant to support a study of implementation of Freeform, an online learning environment the team developed.
Professor of Mechanical Engineering discusses pioneering work in virtual education.
Minority Engineering Program moves to online delivery of its annual Summer Engineering Workshop and Academic Boot Camp.