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Assessing the Effectiveness of an Automated Problem Generator to Develop Course Content Rapidly and Minimize Student Cheating
2020 ASEE Virtual Annual Conference Content Access Proceedings
The education environment has taken a dramatic shift in the last decade with a greater focus in online delivery. In online and traditional classes alike, engineering faculty rely on textbooks, online publishers' content, and problem repositories for class exercises as writing new problems every semester is prohibitive. The problem with this is that both students and faculty have access to the same information on the web. With digital solution manuals or solution websites, the traditionaldoi:10.18260/1-2--34181 fatcat:kl4wd5pnavge5ns7uxyy2bqvwq