If you’re looking for more information about the Hacking Engineering community, this page is for you.
No formal memberships, dues, or secret handshakes. In fact, we’re not even using the word “member.”
So what are we?
We’re envisioning a network of labs – that is, nodes of experimentation in engineering education, with people trying new new approaches, seeing what works, and making adjustments – and sharing their work with others to move knowledge and practice forward.
The “founding lab” is the Re/Course project at Purdue University, but we expect to welcome many fellow experimenters. The only qualification is that you and/or your institution is actively engaged in changing the way engineering education works to respond to the needs of a global, innovation-focused environment.
There’s a form below to fill out if you want to be listed as an entity engaged in this work.
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