Additive manufacturing in remote higher education
Published on January 13, 2021
Teaching an Additive Manufacturing course in an online setting comes with some unique challenges — how can 3D printing and experimentation be effectively integrated into the curriculum?
In this webinar, Dr. Anna Thornton describes how she modified the course she teaches at Boston University to adjust to a remote teaching environment. She shares the results of last semester’s teaching assignments and insightful advice on applying her lessons learned in your classroom.
Watch and learn how to:
- Overcome the major challenges of remotely teaching an Additive Manufacturing course
- Prepare remote learning assignments that meet teaching objectives
- Integrate Topology Optimization and nTop in the curriculum
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