SHS Web of Conf.
Volume 166, 20232022 International Conference on Education Innovation and Modern Management (EIMM 2022)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Published online||05 May 2023|
Practice OBE concept and innovate the guidance method for graduation design of electrical engineering
Shenyang Agricultural University, Information and Electrical Engineering, Liaoning Shenyang 110866, China
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In order to improve the quality of undergraduate graduation design, this paper studies and improves the guidance method of electrical engineering graduation design based on the OBE concept. The graduation design teaching process was discussed around the topic selection stage, the topic opening stage, and the design stage. The main goal is to expand students' knowledge, enhance their engineering knowledge and improve their ability to solve practical engineering problems. The process inspection and guidance methods were optimized from the three levels of instructors, majors and colleges. The process inspection and guidance of colleges and specialties were online or offline. After the student selected the topic, the graduation design guidance and inspection of the instructor was conducted face to face or online. Through the questionnaire survey, this paper completed the achievement degree analysis of graduation design goals. The method proposed in this paper is beneficial to improving the practical ability and innovation ability of electrical engineering undergraduates.
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