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Engaging students with e-activities

Winners of the Institution's 2013 Award for Excellence in Structural Engineering Education, authors from the University of Bath discuss the increase in student engagement, evidenced through a 'blended-learning' approached to computer-based learning activities.

Author(s): M. Evernden, A. Darby and T. Ibell, Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, University of Bath, UK