:: International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies
FEATURE PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLE
Elena N. Fokina (Department of Business Informatics and Mathematics, Tyumen Industrial University, RUSSIA
Disciplinary: Engineering Education (Curriculum and Learning Development).
Keywords: Engineering education, information competences; CDIO, digitalization; educational environment; learning model; DigComp.
Paper ID: 11A15R
Cite this article:
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