ONLINE ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS COURSE – DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A SUCCESSFUL PROJECT
1 CEOS.PP / ISCAP / P.PORTO (PORTUGAL)
2 Koszalin University of Technology (POLAND)
3 TTK University of Applied Sciences, Tallinn University (ESTONIA)
4 Polytechnic University of Catalonia (SPAIN)
5 Technical University of Cluj Napoca (ROMANIA)
6 Letterkenny Institute of Technology (IRELAND)
About this paper:
Conference name: 14th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies
Dates: 4-6 July, 2022
Location: Palma, Spain
Abstract:According to the New UNESCO global survey studying the effect of Covid-19 on higher education (2021) the pandemic has had an impact on higher education systems in terms of access and quality of teaching and learning. Covid-19 has caused the suspension and cancellation of teaching activities and its major impact on teaching and learning is the increase in online education.
The Engimath - Mathematics on-line learning model in engineering education - was successfully carried out at the very right moment, as in recent two years there has been a significant increase in demand for a 100% online mathematics course with interactive learning materials and largescale practicing opportunities as well as for a mathematics online assessment model. This project has successfully developed a high-level online course as a basis for offering output-oriented education in engineering mathematics.
Some of development stages, that led this project – EngiMath - to an outstanding successful end, will be presented in this paper. These go from the educational needs’ analysis to its implementation and use, even allowing an open and live test.
Keywords: Innovation, Technology, Research Projects, Interactive Learning Materials, Higher Education, Online Learning, Distance Learning, Engineering Education.