In 2018, I switched from live in-class presentations of project results to video-recorded presentations. I surveyed the students about their experience and archived the videos and discussion boards for further analysis. Overall, the switch to student-produced video presentations was a success. In 2019, I shared the initial results and assignment design at the 2019 Frontiers in Education conference and the Quad-Pod Consortium Teaching Symposium: Transformative Practices in Teaching & Learning. The article is available on IEEE Xplore.
At the 2019 American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference, I published a tips and tricks paper about technologies that were available for providing feedback and grades to students. The full paper can be accessed from the ASEE website.
At the 2018 Dynamic Systems and Controls (DSCC) Conference, I published a paper detailing the methods for validating various DC Motor models. The full paper can be accessed from the ASME Digital Collection.
In 2018, I was asked to share an innovative assignment as part of Kettering University's Principles of Effective Teaching (PoET) lecture series. In this talk, I describe an assignment where I have students share a real-life application of something they learned in the course with their peers.