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2016 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition Proceedings
The following case study describes and analyzes engineering judgment. The ethnography observes engineering students engaged in a design project and pays particular attention to how students make judgments. The analysis concludes that the practice of engineering judgment relies on displays to recognize and construct rhetorical tactics to satisfy the requirements of a task. This study connects to recent research in engineering education on the importance of displays 15, 16 for learning the designdoi:10.18260/p.25509 fatcat:mrpmldmslzfsdc27tpzpzb4tme