The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 94 (2016) > Issue 3 > Should students be introduced to analysis and design software?
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Should students be introduced to analysis and design software?

Some expertise in the use of technical software, often developed in a final-year project, is a necessary skill for graduates in civil or structural engineering, argues Professor Roger Johnson, although this poses several questions.

Author(s): R. Johnson (University of Warwick)