|David Bacon (Canada)||email@example.com|
|Larry Weldon (Canada)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
The uses of technology in educating engineering students and practitioners
are examined by three experienced educators. The importance of stimulating statistical
thinking before considering specific statistical methodologies and the desirability
of identifying particular needs of students before selecting particular technological
aids are common themes in all three presentations.
|Presentation 7C1||To be announced||David Bacon (Canada)|
|Presentation 7C2||Technology, Elucidation, Statistical Thinking and Engineering Students||Helen MacGillivray (Australia)|
|Presentation 7C3||Teaching Experimental Design to Engineers||Douglas C. Montgomery (USA)|
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