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Transforming Ideas to Innovation I – SyllabusCourse OverviewCourse OutcomesLearning ObjectivesCourse ContentTeaching TeamClass OrganizationTeamingRequired MaterialsSoftware ToolsSupportHelp SessionsStudents with DisabilitiesResources for Mental HealthTeaching TeamEvaluating ProficiencyGradesGradingConcerns About GradingProfessional ExpectationsAttendanceDress CodeFood & DrinkPE DeductionsLate WorkCommunication with the Teaching TeamAcademic IntegrityMaterial CopyrightsCourse PoliciesChanging SectionsNondiscriminationEmergency Response ProceduresCourse ScheduleENGR 13100 Fall 2019 Page 1 of 10 Transforming Ideas to Innovation I – Syllabus Course Overview Engineering and engineers are very diverse. In ENGR 13100, you will begin to develop a wide variety of skills that will benefit you as a Purdue student and that you can build on as a practicing engineer. Course Outcomes In ENGR 13100, you will: • develop and evaluate mathematical models to describe or predict outcomes associated with engineering decisions. • use a systematic design process to develop innovative solutions to engineering challenges, compare design alternatives, and gather and use evidence for decision making. • examine and analyze information from various engineering schools at Purdue to make informed decisions about your choice of an engineering major. • practice making evidence-based engineering decisions. • work in diverse teams. • develop professional habits including professional communication, teamwork, and information literacy that will benefit you both as a student at Purdue and as a practicing engineer. Learning Objectives At the end of this class, you will be able to: • Visually represent data and derive meaningful information from data. • Demonstrate an understanding of key engineering concepts such as mass and energy conservation and schematic modeling of engineering systems. • Generate ideas fluently. Take risks when necessary. • Develop a problem statement from the perspective of stakeholders. Refine the problem statement as additional information is found through the process of design. • Use evidence to develop and optimize solution. Evaluate solutions, test and optimize chosen solution based on evidence. • Design final solution to be of high technical quality. Design final solution to meet client and user needs. • Reflect on both personal and team's problem solving/design approach and process for the purpose of continuous improvement. • Communicate engineering concepts, ideas and decisions effectively and professionally in diverse ways such as written, visual and oral. • Contribute to team products and discussions • Seek, find, use, and document appropriate and trustworthy information • Recognize how contemporary issues as part of cultural, economic and environmental factors impact engineering design and practice. See the detailed learning objectives for this course in Blackboard via Content > ENGR 131 – Learning Goals & Objectives.ENGR 13100 Fall 2019 Page 2 of 10 Course Content ENGR 13100 covers the following topics during the semester: • Data Analytics: Calculations, Descriptive Statistics, Histograms, Probability, Charts, and Regression • Academic Integrity and Ethics • Design: Need Finding, Problem Scoping, Concept Generation, Concept Modeling, Data Collection, Concept Reduction, Prototyping, Testing, Evaluation, Iterating, and Finalization • Communication: Reports, Peer Review, and Information Literacy • Teaming: Team Dynamics, Team Member Roles, Diversity, and Code of Cooperation • Team Projects: Modeling and Design. Teaching Team Each section of ENGR 13100 is served by a teaching team that includes one instructor, one graduate teaching assistant (GTA), four undergraduate teaching assistants called Peer Teachers (PTs), and one or two undergraduate graders. See the Course Contacts in Blackboard for names and contact information for your section’s instructor and GTA – click on Getting Help in the left-hand navigation menu and then select Course Contacts in the resulting folder. For answers to administrative questions, visit the FYE Operations Center located in ARMS B122. Class Organization You will attend two 110-minute class sessions each week. Check your course schedule for days, times, and locations of your class session. Note: ENGR 13100 sections meet in two different rooms each week (ARMS B061 and ARMS B098). Check your schedule for the room assignments. ENGR 13100 follows the model of a flipped classroom. Before class, you will watch custom-developed online modules (videos) related to course topics. In class, you will work on activities in teams or pairs related to the day’s topics. In essence, what is traditionally considered as homework are initiated during class. What it traditionally called lectures are delivered in the form of online modules. See the course schedule in Blackboard for details on meeting days and time and topics for each class session. Teaming You will be assigned to a team in this course. On this team, you will complete many assignments and activities. Your performance as a team member is part of your course grade. Past ENGR 13100 students have found their teaming experience in this course to be worthwhile and rewarding. Required Materials • Textbook: No textbook is required. All required readings, modules, assignments, etc. are available on Blackboard. • Laptop Computers: Each classroom has a limited number of laptop computers available. If possible, bring your own laptop with you to class.ENGR 13100 Fall 2019 Page 3 of 10 Software Tools You will use the following software in ENGR 13100. • Blackboard: The ENGR 13100 teaching team will communicate with you primarily via Blackboard outside of class. Within Blackboard, you will have access to course announcements, schedules, assignments, practice exams, grades, feedback, and course resources. Preferred browser: Information Technology at Purdue (ITaP) recommends Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox when accessing Blackboard. If you are using another browser or a mobile device, you may be unable to access some Blackboard content. (Link to Blackboard: My Courses) • CATME: You will use CATME to submit information used for Team Formation and Peer & Team Evaluations (Link to CATME). • MS Office: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. • Adobe: PDF Support During class, you can obtain help with


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