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Co-Curricular Activities and their Role in Supporting Experiential Learning
Proceedings of the Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA)
This paper presents a study into engineeringcompetitions as a type of co-curricular activity thatenhances student engagement and skills. The motive ofthe study is to evaluate the benefits of three selectedmajor competitions and compare these benefits to thosepublished in the literature. In addition, student feedbackwas collected and analyzed to understand the majorbenefits of these competitions as seen by students.Ten major benefits were summarized and listed basedon the literature search. Thedoi:10.24908/pceea.v0i0.5791 fatcat:bgycnxsdcja5bmouartyosrbqq