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ENG133 Engineering Professionals
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Course Code: ENG133
Course Title: Engineering Professionals
University: Adler University
Country: US

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Interview two people (not the same people as in previous papers) as part of the research for this assignment.  In your discussion you should talk about what was the main difference between high school and university level engineering study, what were the most important study skills they had to learn, what are their thoughts on group study, and how to be successful in the engineering program.  Your interviewees should include practicing engineers, junior/senior level engineering student …

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Interview two people (not the same people as in previous papers) as part of the research for this assignment.  In your discussion you should talk about what was the main difference between high school and university level engineering study, what were the most important study skills they had to learn, what are their thoughts on group study, and how to be successful in the engineering program.  Your interviewees should include practicing engineers, junior/senior level engineering students, engineering lab techs, freshman mentors, engineering faculty, or engineering professional advisors. Review Written Communication and Oral Communication in section 4.3-4.4 of Engineering Fundamentals: An Introduction to Engineering.  Visit Liberty University’s Online Writing Center.  What resources are offered to LU online students?  As an engineer, you will need to be able to communicate both in written and verbal format.  What steps will you take to improve your skills? Watch the following video and reflect on its application to helping you become a Master Student: It’s a little longer than normal, but well worth the time and effort (trying playing it at 1.25x normal speed). The Ultimate Skill: Learning How to Learn If you’re really committed to becoming a Master Learner, consider taking Barbara Oakley’s Learning How to Learn course at Coursera.org. Do you limit your learning mainly to what is required in your classes or do you look for other opportunities to learn?  What are some examples of things you could do to learn more than what is covered in your classes?  What is your view toward lifelong learning?  Are you excited about learning continuously throughout your career and life?  Summarize your thoughts.

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